Individualized Learning Center
500 North Central, Eureka, MO 63025
Phone 636-733-2100 . Fax 636-733-8846
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Program Information

​Who are the students at the ILC? Reponses gathered from current ILC students.

  • Students in the Rockwood School District who are 16 years and older.
  • Students who may be credit deficient in their current high schools.
  • Students who struggle with school anxiety.
  • Students who struggled to stay focused in large classes.
  • Students who are, or have been, involved in treatment or therapy programs.
  • Students who express significant fear or unhappiness at their previous high schools.
  • Students who have a desire to be successful.
  • Students who need a little more t​ime to finish high school.
  • Students who were failing to thrive at their previous school.​

How is the ILC Program different?

  • We are on a 3 block school day schedule that runs from 8:00-1:00.
  • We treat each 9 week quarter as a semester.
  • We use a mastery learning system where students receive only pass/fail grades. Students must have an average grade of 75% in a course to pass.
  • Pass/Fail grades do not affect student grade point average.
  • Classes are smaller, typically 6-15 students per class.
  • Students are primarily assessed using projects, discussions and papers ​instead of traditional tests or quizzes.
  • Students complete all school work in the building.
  • Students participate in team-building, community service and field trips as an entire school.
  • Resident students must provide their own transportation to and from school.
  • Students attending the ILC are not eligible for the A+ program.