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Department of Learning and Academic Support (LAS)

JSerra Catholic High School is committed to providing a supportive and inclusive environment that enables all students to achieve both their academic and spiritual potential.

As each student develops and learns at their own individual pace, we recognize that for students with diagnosed learning challenges, supplemental academic support is required for them to be receive equitable access to their education. JSerra has developed three programs to meet the needs of our students: Student Educational Resource Program (SERP), Academy, and Academic Coaching Program (ACP).


As an independent Roman Catholic High School within the Diocese of Orange, JSerra Catholic High School follows the guidelines outlined by the Diocese of Orange for placement in academic support programs and all accommodations. All JSerra-approved accommodations closely parallel those of College Board, ACT, and the DSM-5.


More detailed information about the required documentation and the admission process can be found in the document below.




"Each child learns a different way. SERP provides this support for my child and for all the students in the department."

~ The P. Family, '20



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