Services for Academic Success
- Specific Learning Disorder (mild to moderate)
- Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)
- Communication Disorders: Speech sound disorder, language disorder
Because of the nature and difficulty of the ASF curriculum and programs, only students with mild to moderate disabilities in any of these areas is able to benefit from the Services for Academic Success program.
To be eligible the following aspects constitute the main criteria:
- The student’s dominant language is English.
- If English is not the dominant language, the student demonstrates proficiency in the English language as measured by standardized tests.
- Average to above average cognitive abilities, as measured by individually administered standard intelligence instruments
- Individualized strategies and remediation techniques are needed for the student to access the regular curriculum.
- Individualized strategies and remediation techniques that can be provided through the Services for Academic Success Program enable the student to access the regular curriculum.
- SEP or UNAM accreditation for students in Services for Academic Success will vary depending on the student’s extent of difficulties and his possibility to cope with the demands of the U. S. and the Mexican programs.
SAS services constitute and additional fee. That is, the family pays the regular charges for standard admission, registration, and tuition plus an additional SAS fee for all added services. This fee varies depending on the number of periods per day each student is in the program and type of service received.
For more information regarding the Services for Academic Success program, please email SAS Coordinator Virginia Solórzano or call 5227-4900 ext. 4123.