At Connections Wellness Group our focus is on the whole child. Our academic program is designed to complement the therapeutic care our students receive while in treatment. We recognize that students can feel overwhelmed by the academic and social pressures of traditional school environments and that can contribute to a decline in mental health. Our CWG K12 program provides an academic environment that can reignite a love for learning while allowing students to focus on their treatment while in our Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP) and Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP).
Connections Wellness Group is a Candidate for Accreditation with NCA CASI, NWAC and SACS CASI.
Education Mission Statement
CWG K12 offer students the opportunity to gain hope and find their love of learning.
Students will experience the value of diversity in cultures, backgrounds, and abilities.
Students will have the opportunity to realize their own potential.
Students will understand how to develop higher-order thinking skills.
Students will develop and implement executive functioning skills that will provide them
with the necessary skills to be successful moving forward.
Students will experience learner-centered practices.
Students will have in-depth knowledge of how to set, plan, achieve, and evaluate SMART
Students will be engaged in learning in such a way that will build self-confidence and a
love of learning.
Students will experience individualized instruction that is tailored to meet their academic
and non-academic needs.
Students will be assessed on a balanced system of both social/emotional learning and
The option that is best for the child will likely depend on the student’s grades and the student’s academic situation.
- (Option A) Some districts will require that certain students unenroll from their school and enroll with Connections Education Services.
- (Option B) while others require that students stay enrolled in their school and simply complete the schoolwork provided during the time in programming.
We recommend that all clients communicate with their school’s counselor to see what assistance will be offered to the student and what steps need to be taken moving forward.
Withdraw from your school for the duration of treatment and enroll in CWG K12. Our
curriculum is designed specifically for students in short-term education situations.
Focusing on executive functioning, social-emotional skills and professionalism as a student
inside a project-based assignment, the curriculum is designed to give solutions for the
stressors stemming from school. We have ensured that processing skills incorporated into
every core course are included, enabling us to give transfer grades that can be accepted.
Your student will also leave with a completed transition plan to prepare them for catching up
when they return. This choice is unique to Connections and cannot be found anywhere
Remain enrolled in your present school during treatment. We will notify your school to
address any concerns about their attendance and to ask for teachers to be notified that
reduced assignments are appropriate due to the two hour time limit for education. It is the
student’s and parent’s responsibility to arrange the educational piece with the school
authorities. We will monitor your student to the best of our abilities to see that they are
working during the educational time. They will participate in some of the activities to help
their executive functioning and social/emotional skills, and they will leave with a transition
plan for return to school.