Special Programs

Special Education

As a network of public schools, Valor is committed to making our distinctive classical education available to all students, regardless of background or ability. We serve students with a variety of disabilities and other special needs. Our team is responsible for identifying, locating, and evaluating individuals with disabilities who are enrolled at one of our campuses. If you know or suspect that your student has a disability, please contact the Special Programs Coordinator, Andy Bennett, at 512-646-4170 or by email for information about available programs, assessments, and services.

Child Find Brochure (English) / (Spanish)
Procedural Safeguards (English) / (Spanish)
Parent’s Guide to the Admission, Review, and Dismissal Process (English) / (Spanish)

Dyslexia
TEA Dyslexia Handbook

Other Resources
Autism Resources for Families
Special Education Information Center
Transition Information
Texas Transition and Employment Guide

504 Services

To ensure that all students receive equal educational opportunity, our schools provide appropriate educational accommodations to disabled students. To be eligible for 504 accommodations, students must have a physical or mental impairment that substantially limits their learning or limits a major life activity. If you have questions about 504 plans, contact the Special Programs Coordinator at 512-646-4170.

EL Services

Students identified as English language learners at Valor receive direct services from ESL certified teachers. Through targeted support, our ESL program helps students become proficient in reading, speaking, listening, and writing in English. Please contact our ESL Coordinator, Isabel Silkett, at 512-646-4170 or by email.