RAP is a highly individualized program. Our peer recovery specialists work directly with participants to understand their unique academic and recovery needs, and formulate a plan that will maximize the RAP offerings. Once enrolled in RAP, youth are encouraged to participate until they graduate high school.

Home School RAP

Students who are currently enrolled in a county school and are doing well at their home school may continue attending their home school during the day. They are welcome to attend programming at The Landing in the afternoon.

Online RAP

For some students, traditional schooling has not been effective. For these students, attending classes online may be more appropriate; students have 24/7 access to online Montgomery County Public School courses. Students participating in online RAP are welcome to attend The Landing during the day, working directly with certified teachers from 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m., Monday – Friday. In the afternoon, students engage in the programming offered at The Landing.

About Montgomery County Public Schools

The Montgomery County Public Schools Office of Student and Family Support and Engagement is committed to providing the services and programs needed to promote positive school cultures and advance the academic, social, physical and emotional well-being of each and every student. We promote student achievement and well-being through school-based and community supports that not only help students overcome challenges to learning, but assist in the creation of safe and nurturing school environments. By advocating for students, we help to maximize successful school experiences. We are specialized professionals committed to the educational and emotional development of each and every student and work collaboratively with students, parents, schools and community partners to facilitate supports and services that reduce barriers to student learning. Our coordinated services help students achieve success in our schools and community.