York County Prison

The York County Prison Behavioral Intervention Program was created in January 1998 to meet the educational needs of eligible detainees under Act 30 of 1997 of the Pennsylvania Legislature. All detainees under the age of 21 without a high school diploma are eligible. Persons under the age of 17 are subject to the compulsory education laws of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.

The facility is located at 3400 Concord Road, York, in York County, Pennsylvania, 17402.  Upon entry to the facility, all prospective students are offered the opportunity to attend classes five days a week to earn credits toward a diploma from their home school district. Jefferson County, Kentucky curriculum courses are utilized in a credit recovery program. For those students with exceptionalities, individualized instruction based on IEP goals is developed. Supports provided by Lincoln Intermediate Unit 12 educators, with cooperation from the student’s home school district, provide the opportunity for these students to earn their high school diploma while incarcerated.

All detainees under the age of 21, without a high school diploma, are eligible. Persons under the age of 17 are subject to the compulsory education laws of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.  For those students with exceptionalities, individualized instruction based on IEP goals is developed. Supports provided by Lincoln Intermediate Unit 12 educators, with cooperation from the student’s home school district, provide the opportunity for these students to earn their high school diploma while incarcerated.