Greenville County is home to ten group homes and psychiatric residential treatment facilities (PRTF). These facilities exist to help students learn to cope with the difficult issues they're facing.
While living in a residential setting, students receive state standards-based education in on-site classrooms. Our education system is a unique hybrid virtual education environment. The students are instructed via virtual classes, with frequent in person visits from the virtual teachers. This model allows for over two hundred students to receive quality education while staying in a residential placement.
Each of our locations includes a special education teacher and instructional aides on site to assist students in real time. The virtual teachers, who are stationed out of MT Anderson Support Center, visit each facility frequently to instruct students individually and in small groups.