Indian Ridge School

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  • The School District of Palm Beach County offers a variety of programs for a diverse group of students. Our programs are designed to nurture the development of socially appropriate, productive, self-sufficient students in a supportive educational environment committed to excellence in all endeavors.  Our goals are to improve students' academic and social skills, improve graduation rates, and transition students to the most appropriate school setting.

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About Us

  • Welcome to Indian Ridge!

    Indian Ridge staff partners with parents and the community to assist students in acquiring the academic and emotional tools necessary for their success in a less restrictive environment.

    Indian Ridge provides a therapeutically and academically integrated program that gives students the academic and social skills necessary for post-secondary education, productive citizenship, employment, and independent living. We are committed to developing a community of environmentally responsible learners by teaching how to use resources efficiently, create a healthy environment, integrate ecological curriculum, and encourage healthy eating and sustainable community practices.

    Indian Ridge School is a K-12 special day school serving Palm Beach County. We serve students with emotional/behavioral disorders. We are an academically focused school with therapy infused throughout the day.

    In addition to our instructional staff, we have paraprofessionals in every classroom. Our staff also includes seven family counselors, a school psychologist, a contracted child/adolescent psychiatrist, and a full-time speech/language pathologist. Unique to our campus is an on-call therapy system that provides immediate access to therapeutic interventions.

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      • A High-Performing School District FL Department of Education
      • 94.1% Graduation Rate
      • 10th Largest District in the U.S.
      • 192 Countries Represented
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      • 335 Choice & Career Programs
      • 171,261 Students in District-operated schools
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