Heartland school is a K-12th grade, non-profit school serving verified behaviorally disordered, emotionally disturbed students from Omaha, Eastern Nebraska, and Western Iowa public schools.
Students gain knowledge and skills through an Individualized education program (IEP) developed by the Heartland multidisciplinary team, the student, parents and the home school district.

Students will gain increased physical and mental health through a success-based nurturing program in an environment with a low student to staff ratio. Students are constantly supervised in a physically small self-contained environment.

Students will develop a positive self-image, responsibility for themselves and others, as well as the community and the ability to function as self-directed individuals in mainstream situations. This is accomplished through individualized instruction, social skills training and vocational transitional activities to name a few.