Community High School District 155 opened an alternative education campus, Haber Oaks Campus, in 2008. It is located at 400 Haber Road in Cary. Haber Oaks Campus houses District 155’s therapeutic day program. This program provides a self-contained educational setting for special education students with emotional and/or behavioral challenges. Haber Oaks Campus also houses a credit recovery program for students in District 155 who have not experienced successful progress towards a high school diploma in the traditional comprehensive high school setting.
This program serves students in grades 9-12 from Cary Grove, Crystal Lake Central, Crystal Lake South, and Prairie Ridge High Schools. Students take core classes in English, math, science and social science. Elective courses are limited. In 2015-16, an art course as well as various online learning opportunities were added for students. Some students return to their home high schools for elective coursework.
Haber Oaks Campus is staffed with eight full time special education teachers and a part time art teacher. Social work services and psychiatric consultations are also available.Julie Duncan serves as the coordinator of off campus programs at Haber Oaks Campus.