Spectrum Alternative school was established in 1978 and has a tradition of providing an excellent academic program with an emphasis on project work that integrates language arts, visual arts, drama and technology. Spectrum students develop strengths in time management, personal responsibility and creative collaboration. Spectrum offers a small-school environment with approximately 60 students in grades 7 and 8.
Our highly experienced and dedicated teachers help create an engaging world of learning and artistic inquiry that your child will value for life.
Spectrum students are expected to be self-motivated learners who strive to achieve their personal best.