Music at the Franklin Learning Center is not the traditional “open-your-book-andturn-to page 22 to sing a song” class.
Aquatics and Adaptive Physical Education
The Aquatics Program at the Franklin Learning Center modifies the aquatic teaching environment, skills, equipment, and instructional strategies for people with disabilities.
The FLC Art Education Program encourages an awareness of the elements and principles of design, creative independence, as well as developing an awareness and exposure to a wide range of artistic media.
The Kitchen Laboratory, located within the Franklin Learning Center instructional area,
provides a wonderful opportunity for students to observe and practice functional life skills
useful in the kitchen.
Prevocational Skills Laboratory
As part of the transition from the Industrial Arts curriculum, a portion of the shop
classroom was converted into a job skills area – otherwise known now as the PreVocational
The Franklin Learning Center values learning that happens both inside and outside the classroom.
Sensory Rooms at the Franklin Learning Center are recent additions that provide space for teachers, assistants, therapists and other staff to take students who need to self-regulate in order to participate in learning activities.
Beginning at age 14, the Franklin Learning Center offers transition programming and activities to meet the unique needs of each secondary student.