Peer Mentoring for Students with Disabilities

Peer mentoring is a course in which general education students are able to become more aware of various disabilities, learn to advocate for people with disabilities and interact with the students in the Small Group Classroom at our school. Peer mentors are responsible for providing assistance to students with disabilities in daily living, social, academic, vocational and community skills. As peer mentors, students are taught how to instruct students with disabilities in various settings and activities, As advocates, peer mentors set an example to others that people with disabilities have the same right to consideration and respect that all people are given.



High School Credits


School Level

High School


9, 10, 11, 12