Programs & Services
City Life 742 staff provide structure and support for students, and believe families are an integral part of the learning process. Support is available for parents and guardians, as well as siblings, and monthly family nights are scheduled throughout the school year. From the referral and initiation of services, families are closely involved in planning educational and mental health related services and goals.
Students at City Life will receive job skills training as part of the daily curriculum. As students progress in the program they will participate in volunteer work settings in the community. The goal of the work experience classes is to prepare students for real world job opportunities.
City Life 742 is also the home for the district’s 18-21 program for students with Emotional, Behavioral, and Cognitive needs. The program focuses on building independent living and transition skills, and has a strong work experience and vocational component. Mental health related services are also available to eligible students on a group and individual basis.