Marie Philip School Residential Program

Five-day boarding—available for qualifying students in the  middle and high school programs—teaches vital transition skills needed for post-graduate life. In a “home-like” atmosphere, with varying levels of staff support, residents develop independent living skills. Through the use of the Casey Life Skills Curriculum and working closely with TLC’s Transition Services and the Career and Technology Education Program, the residential program provides structure and community-based opportunities for students to master the following skills:

  • Personal Finance
  • Home Management
  • Food and Nutrition Awareness 
  • Decision Making
  • Community Resources
  • Accessing Transportation
  • Clothing Care and Purchases

Open Monday after school through Friday morning (following the academic calendar), each residence has laundry access, a kitchen, and a computer lab. After-school programming includes the MPS Athletic Program, a variety of internships, community service, homework support, tutoring, and/or part-time employment.

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