Columbia Regional Program (CRP) assists local school districts by providing specialized educational services to children with disabilities that occur infrequently in the general population and that may require a high level of special education. This cooperative effort enables the department of education to offer cost-effective, high-quality services that would be cost-prohibitive if each school were responsible on its own.
Columbia Regional Program is state and federally-funded.
Students We Serve
- Students with hearing impairments, vision impairments, autism spectrum disorders (ASD), severe orthopedic impairments (SOI) and deafblindness may be eligible for the services.
- CRP serves students from birth to 21 years of age.
- Learn more about the areas we serve.