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    44001 Garfield Road
    Clinton Township, MI
    48038
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Special Schools and Programs




Autistic Programs  provides services for students with Autism Spectrum Disorders at 13 different sites across Macomb County. 
Keith Bovenschen School provides educational services for students with moderate to severe cognitive impairments, ages 3-26. Bovenschen currently serves students from South Macomb County. 

Robert Lutz School for Work Experience is a Special Education Center, operated by the Macomb Intermediate School District, which serves special needs students ages 18 to 26 who live in Macomb County Michigan. 
Maple Lane Elementary provides services for students, grades K-6, who have severe emotional and social skill deficits. The mission of Maple Lane is to educate a diverse population of students with special needs and provide the skills necessary to become lifelong learners and contributing members of society. 
Neil Reid High School offers an academic and behavioral program for students with severe emotional impairments in Macomb County. Students attending Neil Reid are provided courses aligned with the Michigan Merit Curriculum. In addition to core MMC requirements, students maintain an Educational Development Plan as part of the transition planning process.
Glen Peters School provides educational services for students with moderate to severe cognitive impairments, ages 3-26. Peters currently serves students from Northern Macomb County.

Rockwell Middle School is a program for 7th-9th grade students with emotional impairments. Student's academic abilities range from those with severe learning difficulties to those in the gifted range.