Program Overview

About Options High School

(9th-12th Grades)

Options High School is designed to serve students who are currently attending another high school within Littleton Public Schools. Interested students need to contact a counselor at their home school to receive an application, and arrange for an interview with Options.            

Options High School is an alternative program for LPS high school students, grades 9-12.

  • Smaller student to teacher ratio (18 to 1) provides a more individualized learning experience.
  • Students earn a high school diploma from their home high school.
  • Core academic classes and electives meet the graduation requirements of the home high schools.
  • Community Employment Experience, ACTS vocational programs, and PSEO programs available.
  • Restorative Practices/Empathy Building
  • Online courses for credit recovery are offered.

About Options Middle School

(6th-8th Grades)

Options Middle School is designed to meet the needs of unique learners by providing a variety of approaches and activities. The core of the program is a skill-based curriculum specifically created to promote maximum success for those learners. Contact home school for consideration for placement in Options Middle School.

OMS serves 6th-8th grade students enrolled in Littleton Public Schools.

  • Small class size
  • Team oriented
  • Mentor groups
  • Strong sense of community
  • Emphasis on academics
  • Restorative Practices
  • Individual academic intervention
  • Integrated 21st century classroom technology
  • Empathy Building

About Phoenix Program 10th-12th

Phoenix Progam(10th-12th) formally know as Redirection Evening Program is set up to serve Littleton Public School expulsion students and students that are at a high risk of being expelled. Special considerations are taken into account before a student is recommended for an at-risk placement that typically comes from a student's home high school.  

Phoenix Progam(10th-12th)  is a unique program that runs Monday through Friday 8:45am-1:45pm and also requires students to work on their academics outside of those hours.

Students will need to demonstrate steady academic progress by earning the credits needed to meet the graduation requirement of their home high school. On-line work (PLATO) outside of class is required.

  • Increased academic success (credit recovery)

  • Successfully re-enter students to home school setting

  • Assist students to achieve success and explore opportunities

  • Provide counseling and interventions to help support a healthy, productive lifestyle

About Phoenix Program 6th-9th

(6th-9th Grade)

Phoenix Program is a program serving expelled students and students at risk of expulsion.  If you have questions about this program or you are interested in learning more about it, please contact an administrator or counselor at your home LPS school.  Prior to enrollment, all students participate in an intake process that includes a student and family interview.