bellaire school, a private school in central texas, is home to one of the largest populations of students with disabilities in the state.
The high school is located in the heart of the city, with many students walking, running, and using a wheelchair to get around.
According to the Austin American-Statesman, the school is also home to students with special needs.
The school has a large playground with wheelchair ramps, as well as an open field with a playground chair, two playground tables, and a ramp for a cart.
“There’s a lot of space for kids to play,” said Principal Lisa Broughton.
“We have a playground that has a ramp and a cart, and we have a lot that’s wheelchair accessible.”
The school’s facilities are also wheelchair-accessible, and the school has created a “special education coordinator” position to support students with learning disabilities.
The university is also located in Austin, which is home of UT Austin, one of America’s most selective universities.
The University of Texas, Austin, is one of Austin’s largest and most well-respected universities.
Students with disabilities at the university are encouraged to use the school’s public facilities, including sports fields, locker rooms, and classrooms.
The student body at the school includes approximately 400 students with mobility disabilities, as many as 100 of whom are students who use a cane.
“It’s a very supportive community, and I think it’s very proud of what we have here,” said Brough, the high school principal.
“The campus is very welcoming, and it’s a wonderful place for students to come and be part of.”
Brough said the school plans to offer students with the disabilities access to special programs and programs like the Longhorn Challenge, a competitive football and basketball tournament.
“One of our biggest goals is to make sure we are making sure that we’re providing the right environment for them to thrive,” she said.
Austin’s public schools have also been making strides in recent years, with the Austin Public Schools becoming the first school in the nation to be recognized by the United States Department of Education for improving its accessibility to students and faculty with disabilities.
In 2015, the Austin Unified School District became the first public school district in the country to be designated as a “Special Needs School” by the American Association of School Administrators (AAOSA).
The AAOSA is a nonprofit organization that has helped more than 1.5 million students access education.
“What we have seen in the past year is a really, really strong commitment by the public school system to make its students’ lives better,” said Austin Public School District President Gregory W. Smith.
“I think it really speaks to the fact that we have been working really hard to make our campuses accessible to people with disabilities.”