King’s High School seeks to support the learning needs of students. King’s recognizes the need for certain academic accommodations to be made for students with documented learning disabilities and deficits.

A learning disability is defined as “any person who has a physical or mental impairment which substantially limits a major life activity, such as learning.” In order to qualify for classroom accommodations for this disability, a student must complete a battery of educational tests by a qualified educational psychologist, must be diagnosed by this specialist as having a learning disability that limits classroom learning, and King’s must determine, in its sole discretion, that it can offer reasonable classroom accommodations to the student. In response to this diagnosed learning disability, King’s may design a Student Plan for Success that outlines the specific accommodations that should be utilized.