Lower School

The Lower School includes children with diagnosed learning differences in grades 2 through 5. Each grade is made up of 8-10 students, taught grade level subjects with differentiated instruction based on ability and learning style. Student response is constantly monitored and teaching techniques are adapted to most effectively meet individual needs. Self-esteem is an important factor in the learning process and as students experience success, they find the confidence to attempt greater challenges in their academics. The nurturing environment at Woodfield Academy supports social-emotional learning in both individual and group situations.

Middle/Upper School

The Middle School offers a structured academic program providing grade level content and appropriate remedial instruction to students with diagnosed learning differences, grades 6 through 12. Classes are made up of 8-12 students who receive direct instruction for academic deficit areas, and compensatory strategies for personal learning needs and self-advocacy skills. Electives and activities such as student council, yearbook, community service initiatives, field trips, etc. are offered to compliment the emphasis on academic success.

Graduation Requirements

  • 4 units of English
  • 4 units of Math
  • 4 units of Science
  • 3 units of Social Studies
  • 2 units of consecutive Foreign Language
  • 1 unit of CTAE (Career Technical Agricultural Education) or Fine Arts
  • 4 units of electives
  • 1 unit of Health/PE
  • 75 hours of Community Service



  • Social Skills / Career Exploration
  • Computer Applications
  • Forensic Science
  • Introduction to Psychology
  • Art History
  • Current Events
  • Peer Facilitation
  • Math Enrichment
  • Mathematics of Finance

*Electives are offered on a year to year basis. Not all electives are offered every year.*

Rivoli School

At Woodfield, we recognize the importance of providing a curriculum for students with developmental delays.  This inclusive philosophy is the foundation for Rivoli School, designed for students 8-21 in need of a functional curriculum, rich in experiential learning.  The curriculum is individualized to address specific needs of each student and strengthen functional, academic, motor and living skills.  Students participate in pre-vocational and vocational experiences through community based instruction.  Social and emotional learning opportunities are abundant as teachers and instructors purposefully challenge their students' understanding of ability and self-awareness.

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