Headstart of York County

YORK HOME SCHOOL ASSOCIATION, INC.

Christian support group for those parents who home school their children. Various meetings, activities, and newsletters.

York Home School Association, Inc.
211 Pauline Drive

Box 407

York, PA 17402
Phone: 717-854-0228
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YORK LEARNING CENTER

300 E. Seventh Ave.
York, PA 17404

Telephone: 717-801-1272

Public school facility of York and Adams County. Serves students with special needs (autistic, mental retardation, etc.) Part of LIU.

Special education classes (birth to 21 years). Diagnostic testing (birth through kindergarten). Audiological testing. Hearing and vision services.
http://www.IU12.org/Pages/Lincoln_12/our_schools_ _ _ Locations/The.York_Learning_Center

YORK SPANISH AMERICAN CENTER (YSAC)

Case management; life skills training; English as a second language; computer training; GED instruction and vocational rehabilitation.

York Spanish American Center
225 East Princess Street
York, PA 17403
Phone: 717-846-9434
Fax: 717-843-5722
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YOUTHBUILD CHARTER SCHOOL / CRISPUS ATTUCKS

YouthBuild programs help low-income young people ages 16-24 work toward their GED or high school diploma, learn job skills and serve their communities by building affordable housing, and transform their own lives and roles in society.

605 S. Duke Street
York, PA 17403
Phone: 717-848-3610 ext. 264

Fax:  717-843-3914
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LINCOLN INTERMEDIATE UNIT NO. 12

Services and special education for the learning disabled, physically handicapped, mentally retarded, autistic, hearing/visually impaired, socially/emotionally disturbed/speech and language impaired. Psychological testing and evalation of special needs children. Hearing problem diagnosis and recommendations. Preschool programs for special needs children.

Lincoln Intermediate Unit No. 12
65 Billerback Street
P.O. Box 70
New Oxford, PA 17350
Phone: 717-624-4616

Fax:  717-624-6519

http://www.iu12.org/

LOGOS ACADEMY

Christ-centered, intercultural, classical school located in downtown York, PA. Academic curriculum is creative, yet follows biblical truths. The school serves the educational needs of an intercultural, urban community by promoting spiritual, educational, intellectional, social,&emotional transformation of students to create leaders of the community. Financial aid is available.

250 West King Street

York, PA  17401

Telephone:  717-848-9835

Ginny Smeltzer: 717-848-9835 x108 to schedule a tour

www.logosyork.org

 

MANITO, INC.

Program for court adjudicated adolescents from 11 to 18 years of age; Day Treatment; Alternative Education; Counseling, drug and alcohol assessment, life skills, social skills. Provides individualized education programs in skill development, GED preparation and traditional academics. Additional fees for some programs. Also, insurance may cover some programs as well.  Grades 6-12

Manito Madison Avenue Center
601 Madison Avenue
York, PA 17404

Telephone:  717-848-2255

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PARADISE SCHOOL

Residential Treatment for ages 12-17 who are referred through juvenile probation of the Office of Children and Youth. The treatment program includes case management, structured activities, therapeutic recreation, behavior management, psychiatric evaluations and medication management. For those with extreme difficulty in their social functioning. Partial hospitalization and residential treatment. Part of Roman Catholic Diocese of Harrisburg.

Paradise School for Boys
6156 W. Canal Road
Abbottstown, PA 17301
Phone: 717-259-9537
Fax: 717-259-9262
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RED LAND COMMUNITY ACTION PROGRAM, INC.

GED preparation, computer instruction, budget counseling and OVR services also done on-site.

Red Land Community Action Program, Inc.
308 Market Street
Lewisberry, PA 17339
Phone: 717-938-4621
Community Progress Council, Inc.

YORK -ADAMS ACADEMY

Alternative schooling, for those 17 years and older, wanting to receive their high school diploma. Application and entrance exam.

300 E. 7th Avenue
Suite 500
York, PA 17404
Phone: 717-718-5836
York-Adams Academy

YORK COUNTY LITERACY COUNCIL

Adult Reading Program helps English-speaking adults improve their reading, writing, spelling and other basic skills. English as a Second Language (ESL) – classroom instruction with beginner to advanced levels to learn English.

York
800 East King Street
York, PA 17403
Phone: 717-845-8719

Fax:  717-699-5620

Hanover
2 Library Place
Hanover, PA 17331
Phone: 717-632-5183 x 321

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EVEN START PROGRAM

Even Start is an education program for low-income families that is designed to improve the academic achievement of young children and their parents. Family literacy programs for parents and children from birth through age 7. Provide case manager to families.

220 S. Duke Street
York, PA  17401

Phone: 717-849-1415
Contact Person: Kimberly Shelley
email address: shellkim@ycs.k12.pa.us

equity.psu.edu/tsyork/services/even-start

GED PREPERATION

Sites has free GED practice questions and study tips.

Additional Website: http://www.studyguidezone.com/gedtest.htm

HEADSTART OF YORK COUNTY

Child development program for children age 3-5 years old. Services include range of education&early childhood development services combined with medical, dental, mental health, nutrition,&parent involvement. 18 locations throughout York County.

Headstart of York County
226 E. College Avenue
York, PA 17403
Phone: 717-846-4600 ext. 266

Fax:  717-848-3054
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JEFFERSON RESOURCE CENTER

Computer lab open to public housing&section 8 residents of York Housing Authority. Computer classes&reading activities open to public.

Jefferson Resource Center
501 N. Pershing Avenue
York, PA 17404
Phone: 717-854-9860
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JOB CORPS

For those 16 to 24 years of age; job counseling, skills testing, job training; GED, driver’s education and peer counseling.

Job Corps Admissions Office
2001 N. Front Street, Suite 335
Harrisburg, PA 17102
Phone: 717-233-7305
Fax: 717-233-8615

L.I.U. MIGRANT EDUCATION PROGRAM

Provides services to children of migrant families; summer school, after school programs, in home education services.

65 Billerbeck Street

P.O. Box 70

New Oxford, PA  17350

717-624-6500

www.IU12.org

Under services “click LIU Migrant Services”

 

L.I.U., ADULT LEARNING CENTER

Offer to those 18 years and older. Adult Basic Education (0-8 grade level); General Educational Development (GED, 9-12 grades); English as a second language (ESL).

65 Billerbeck Street

New Oxford, PA  17350

717-624-4616

www.IU12.org

Under “Services Tab” click “Adult Education Programs”

 

 

Youth Employment Program

1685 Baltimore Pike

Suite F

Gettysburg, PA  17325

Meghan Ogley, Youth Coordinator

Email:  meogley@iu12.org

CRISPUS ATTUCKS CENTER FOR EMPLOYMENT&TRAINING

Job search for unemployed minorities, marginally employable. Career counseling and goal setting. Interview techniques, resumes, applications review. Training program referrals; education and training; GED preparation; parenting skills.

ELECT program for pregnant and parenting teens. Abstinence based initiative that uses simulators to educate youth about premature teen pregnancy/patenting; E.F.I., a program for teen fathers that educates a child developement, child safety, nutrition, GED preparation, and career exploration.

Program assists pregnant and parenting students to complete their high school education. Individual and group support services available. Intensive case management.

Services provided to following schools: William Penn, Hannah Penn, Edgar Fahs, Smith, West York, Southwestern, Spring Grove, Manito&CA Youth Build Charter School.

Contact Person: Michael D. Jefferosn, Director
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