Our mission is to provide for maximum independence, continued learning, and personal growth for young adults with differing intellectual disabilities, ages 18-22, in the areas of independent living, vocational skills, community integration, recreation and leisure, and 21st century technology by providing instruction in the classroom and the community.
Miles P. Richmond School fosters an atmosphere that is conducive to learning. The school takes an “intervention” approach to behavior and social skill development. Students are consistently provided opportunities to learn skills and strategies that promote pro-social skill development, which helps to maintain an environment of success and mutual respect. Opportunities for intervention occur through a variety of levels, and disciplinary issues are addressed on an individual basis.