About Us

Carolina Tanauan Intervention Center (CAROLINA) is a school for individuals with special educational needs. It is under the supervision of the Department of Education (DEPED) with Government Recognition no. SPED-002,s.2008.  CAROLINA follows an educational, not a medical, framework and offers as its main service Special Education or SPED. The instruction is given one-on-one, dyad (two students), or in a small group of 4 students depending on the functioning level of the students. 

The School has worked with learners diagnosed with Cerebral Palsy, Autism Spectrum Disorder, Pervasive Developmental Disorder, Global Developmental Disorder, Down’s syndrome, Asperger syndrome, Intellectual Disabilities, Learning Disability, or many other neuro-developmental disorders that affect learning. To address these disorders and dysfunctions, the School provides auxiliary services such as Occupational and Physical Therapies, Behavior Coaching, Reading and Math remediation, and Language and Communication training to support SPED, its main line of service.

Like all other schools, Carolina has been greatly affected by COVID 19 pandemic which has a great impact on all especially our students. The continuity of the students’ program is a must because early intervention is crucial in the development of these children. We value everyone’s safety but we do not want learning to be compromised. We all know that learning should continue.

Carolina has decided to launch its new program, CAROLINA VIRTUAL LEARNING, in response to the needs of the current situation.

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