The Intervention Services Department provides a comprehensive, student-centered curriculum focused around the five characteristics of Marianist Education. Our goal is for students to learn and independently use academic and executive functioning skills for successful transition into the college and career settings. STVM serves students with Individualized Education Plans (IEPs) through the Jon Peterson and Autism scholarships. Scholarships are available through the Ohio Department of Education.
Intervention Services Department Faculty
We offer varying levels of academic classes to prepare students for life beyond high school based on each student’s post-graduation goals. Intervention specialists collaborate with classroom teachers to further support students.
- Co-taught college preparatory
- Career education classes
- Job coaching opportunities at local businesses
Additional Services & Supports
- Intervention study hall
- Small group interventions
- Study & organization skills
- ACT & standardized test prep
The Charles and Salome Reymann Foundation
In January 2021, STVM launched a transition-to-work program for students with special needs. In partnership with the Charles and Salome Reymann Foundation, we are able to offer transition services, including career exploration and job based internships, to ensure students have the skills to be successful in the workplace. As part of the vocational training class, students will receive job coaching while working at local businesses in order to gain employment upon graduation. This program offers them the specific training and skill development to turn their dreams into real accomplishments! Learn more about the Charles and Salome Reymann Foundation and make a donation toward this effort by clicking the link below.
How much will my scholarship cover and what extra fees can I expect?
- 2020-2021 School Year Tuition: Visit our financial policy page to see the current tuition.
- The Jon Peterson Special Needs Scholarship awarded amounts are based on the child’s qualifying disability. In the 2020-2021 school year, students received at least $10,025.
- Families can expect to pay for the annual registration fee, school uniforms, lunches, parking fees, textbooks, & other supplies.
- Families needing assistance with the remaining tuition balance can complete the FACTS financial aid application available on STVM’s website.