Project GROW (Gaining Responsibilities, Opportunities, and Wisdom) is an elementary alternative education program designed to help students reach their full potential by providing a consistent and highly structured alternative instructional environment. Students are assigned a minimum of 20 days, depending on the need at the time of entrance and the social skills progress made during their stay. Classes are provided for students grades 3–4. A Project GROW team from the home campus determines placement. Individual and group counseling are recommended for both students and parents. Family counseling is also recommended. Academic and social skills instruction will be regular curriculum benefits. Grades will be assigned based on regular classroom expectations.
Students are transported by bus from and back to their home campuses daily.