The mission of the Home/Hospital Program and Transition Supports School is to provide students with seamless instructional services while supporting their academic, social/emotional, and transition needs during a time of crisis. 

We serve students in grades K-12 whose medical condition prohibits their attendance in a regular school or who have a short term placement in a therapeutic setting. The majority of our students are enrolled for a short period of time before transitioning back to their regular school, while some attend for a longer period of time.

The Home/Hospital and Transition Support Center serves more than 2,500 students in grades K-12 annually. Our school provides service to both general education and special education students located within the boundaries of San Diego Unified School District at ten different hospitals and transition settings and to students confined to their homes per physician order. San Diego Unified is not responsible for the admission or discharge of students into or out of the facilities.

Our staff work collaboratively with partner agencies to provide a comprehensive instructional program. As students transition to a comprehensive site, designated staff members collaborate with personnel to ensure a smooth transition and to develop appropriate supports.

For information about educational services in the home for students who are medically homebound, click here.

For information about hospital instruction for students who are hospitalized in San Diego Unified boundaries, click here.

Fact Sheet on Home/Hospital and Transition Supports 2016-17