ScenicView Academy is licensed with the State of Utah Department of Human Services.
National Commission for the Accreditation of Special Education Services
Since 2009, ScenicView Academy has been accredited by the National Commission
for the Accreditation of Special Education Services. ScenicView Academy joins an elite group of 30 programs nationwide, and is the only program in Utah with this high level accreditation.
The National Association of Therapeutic Schools and Programs (NATSAP) seeks to recognize programs across the nation committed to research-based interventions. This endorsement is designed to acknowledge programs that track outcomes using a normed and valid assessment as an outcome measure. The bronze certification signifies that ScenicView Academy is using standardized assessments to evaluate students as they are admitted into the program. As we work toward silver and gold certifications over the coming months, additional assessments will be used to track student progress throughout the duration of their stay as well as several months following their discharge from services.
ScenicView Academy is proud members and participants in the following organizations:
National Association of Private Special Education Centers
NAPSEC member programs provide educational therapeutic services to both publicly and privately placed individuals that are not able to be successfully educated in the regular education environment. These services also include infants and toddlers that are served by our early intervention service members and our postsecondary college experience and adult living programs that serve individuals who have graduated or who are over 21 and are no longer eligible for services under IDEA.
Network of Special Needs Programs is a national group of specialized learning centers that provides Independent Living, Academic and Vocational services for young adults with a myriad of intellectual and/or developmental disabilities. These programs strive for excellence in person centered services and collaboration with one another to effectively provide families with support services and placements throughout the United States. These programs offer transitional and long term placements.