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CTY Summer Programs offer unique enrichment or accelerated courses for students who have completed grades 2-12. Please visit our summer programs page for further information.
If you are unsure whether you want to share information about your child's disability with CTY staff, please review the information about why you may choose to disclose and what it involves. You may also want to review any Transition Documents available if applicable to your child.
If your child has a learning, physical, mental health, or medical disability or impairment (including life threatening/severe allergies or other medical dietary restrictions) that may impact his or her summer programs experience:
If you have any difficulties, contact CTY Disabilities Services: 410-735-6215 or email@example.com. Please note this email and voicemail are checked regularly, but you will be directed to leave a message. Your call or email will typically be returned within 48 business hours. You can also contact Melissa Kistler at 667-208-7641 or firstname.lastname@example.org .
You must complete a request for accommodation every year and with a re-test within the same academic year, even if your child received accommodations for CTY testing, in a past CTY program, or was evaluated by CTY’s Diagnostic and Counseling Center. The privacy rights of each student are honored to the fullest extent possible.
The following resources may help prepare you and your child for summer programs. They are designed to address what makes CTY Summer Programs unique and what you will want to consider when preparing your child to attend. The documents will open in a new window when selected.
If your child has been prescribed an epinephrine auto-injector for a severe allergy, please visit our Allergy Information page to download CTY's Allergy Action Plan and review further information to consider about how allergies, particularly food allergies, are managed at CTY sites.
“We are so grateful to CTY for providing an environment where our son can be adequately challenged academically and at the same time feel like an accepted part of a social group.”
Lisa M. , CTY Parent