It is becoming increasingly common to have students with a range of learning difficulties and special needs in all schools, including international schools. The level of support required to provide a student with learning difficulties access to the curriculum depends on the severity of the challenge. In many instances, students with challenges can be integrated into the regular classroom with minor accommodations and modifications. This process is referred to as inclusion.
Vilnius International School supports a policy of inclusion and accepts students with mild learning needs under the condition that he or she is able to meet the academic requirements of the education programme with the supports outlined in the Learning Support Policy.
Vilnius International School, though philosophically devoted to providing an inclusive environment that supports learners with cognitive, social, emotional, physical and other special needs, is restricted from doing so by financial and human resource limitations and local access to specialists.