Students recovery from substance use disorders often relapse upon leaving treatment and returning to their old school. A newly opened school on the city’s east side seeks to help young people break the cycle of addiction through dedicated care and attention.
Heartland High School is Ohio’s first school specifically for students recovering from addiction. The inaugural class consisting of 8 students will receive a recovery-centered education that aims to create a sense of belonging, self-confidence and purpose.
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The purpose of a recovery high school is to give students in recovery a high-quality education in a safe and supportive environment that is specifically conducive to substance use recovery.
Heartland High School will receive and maintain a charter issued by the state board of education. Students will be awarded a state-recognized diploma upon graduation.
Heartland High School is located at 760 E. Broad Street in Columbus. For more information, visit heartlandhighschool.org.