Professional development opportunities for education professionals working with students who learn differently on their transition to college.
Partnership on curriculum design — designed for your student population and their learning or transition needs — or use of Beacon’s transition course curriculum.
Transition Services Assessments
Assessment of schools’ college preparatory and transition supports, including transitional framework and objectives, assessments and tracking tools, skill-based curriculum, and other consulting as needed.
Consulting on Resources
Student assessment and worksheet consulting, to provide schools and educators with data-driven tools to evaluate student transition preparation, progress, or succes
Co-branded re-selling of Beacon’s transition services, offering our personalized and custom solutions to your organization or clients.
Corporate orientation/onboarding assessment and consulting, designed to improve accessibility for new employees with learning differences.
Want to chat about options or design a custom solution? Meet one-on-one with Alex Morris-Wood, vice president of program development and global partnerships.Schedule a Meeting
Free College Readiness Tools
Browse our popular, free worksheets for proactive college readiness, including the 4-year college preparation timeline, awareness surveys, college match scale, and more.Access Tools
Oak Hill Academy in Dallas, Texas, has engaged Beacon College to strengthen their high school curriculum and further prepare Oak Hill Academy students for life after high school. In addition, a Beacon instructor teaches “Self Discovery” to the junior and senior students two days a week on-site at the Oak Hill Academy campus. This proprietary Beacon course is designed to strengthen skills for postsecondary success and build student awareness to options and life after high school.
Beacon College has truly been that; a beacon to our students, family, and staff. Their expertise in the transition skills arena has bolstered our high school curriculum in a way that will help our students prepare for their next stage of life. In addition, their depth of knowledge in our student population has allowed us to take a deep dive into our structures and systems, so our faculty and staff can serve both students and families in a more comprehensive manner.
—Nicolle Devos, Oak Hill Academy