Students enrolled in this program are 18 years and older. They have the opportunity to complete courses towards their high school diploma via independent study with home district approval; or study for the California High School Proficiency Exam. Some students have the opportunity to attend Ohlone Community College registering as a high school student and take one class per semester. Students work with Disabled Student Services and the Department of Rehabilitation to register for a class, purchase books, and work with the Alternative Media Specialist on Ohlone's campus. In addition, students receive instruction in the Expanded Core Curriculum focusing on work, independent living and self-advocacy.