|Bulldog Academy||| Print ||
Located in the Eugene Field Center
Bulldog Academy is the alternative education site for at-risk high school students in the Altus School District. Classes are held Monday through Friday, from 8:00 a.m.- 2:00 p.m. at the Eugene Field Center. Students are admitted through a referral and screening process. When it is determined that alternative placement is appropriate for the student, the student and parent meet with the Bulldog Academy administrator to design an education plan that is individualized to meet his/her academic needs.
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