The Institute for Diverse Education, a Mississippi nonprofit corporation, is a group of educators, parents, behavioral health professionals and business professionals committed to creating a dynamic educational setting where every student is taught in his optimal zone, and empowered to become his best. TIDE School will begin operation in August, 2015 as a special purpose coeducational middle- and high school for students who have average or higher intellectual ability, yet experience learning challenges such as Dyslexia or other specific learning disorder, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, Anxiety Disorders, and/or other issues that complicate their learning experiences. We will begin serving students in grades 7, 8 and 9 in August 2015, at 120 South 25th Avenue behind Parkway Heights United Methodist Church. Grade 10 will be added in 2016, with higher grades added thereafter. All high school students will complete coursework leading to a high school diploma, in preparation for college or career/technical training. TIDE School will not award an Occupational Diploma or Certificate of Completion.
TIDE offers equal opportunities for education and employment. TIDE does not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, sex, age, national origin or disabling condition.
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