Frequently Asked Questions:
1. What is a “home campus”?
A “home campus” is the physical high school campus that OJA students attend. Our goal is to have our students participate in as many on-campus activities as possible – Jewish life, elective courses, clubs, sports, etc. Each “home campus” offers different options and families should find which school meets their needs.
1. What is an educational therapist?
An educational therapist is a professional who combines educational and therapeutic approaches for evaluation, remediation, case management, and communication/advocacy on behalf of children, adolescents and adults with learning disabilities or learning challenges.
2. What is psycho-educational testing/assessment?
A Psycho-educational Evaluation is a comprehension assessment of a student’s functioning in three primary areas that impact learning and academic functioning: These areas, which include: 1) learning aptitude, 2) basic academic skill development, and 3) personality/adjustment factors
3. Do students take ALL of their classes online?
OJA is a blended-learning program that is individually tailored for each student. Some students take one or two classes with OJA while others take five or six. OJA partners with the “home campus”, the student and the family to determine each student’s needs.
We will be happy to answer any additional questions you may have. Please call us at 818.464.3399.