Our Recognitions and Honors

  • Over the years, Continental Project has garnered attention for it's unique concept, collaborations, and success. 
    In 1999, the National Association for Career & Technical Education named Continental Project the "Outstanding Vocational Special Needs Program" for the country.
    In 2003, The US Department of Education, through the Transition Coalition, named Continental Project a "Model of Success", urging replication for school districts across the country.
    Two of Continental Project's premiere business partners (Continental Country Club and Bill McGrath, General Manger of Flagstaff JC Penney) have been named "Employer of the Year" through the National Council of Exceptional Children.
    After researching transition programs world-wide, Australia's Ministry of Education representative spent a week with us in 2009, taking our methods, assessments & delivery model back to her country for replication.
    Stephanie Rust, through her work with the students and families of Continental Project, was named Arizona Daily Sun "Flagstaff Citizen of the Year-2004".