Act 89 Services
The state of Pennsylvania established Act 89 through legislative action in 1975. The purpose of Act 89 is to provide auxiliary educational services to Pennsylvania students who are enrolled in nonprofit, non-public schools. Regulations, guidelines, and procedures are issued and updated by the state Department of Education. All related information is summarized in the Public School Code of Pennsylvania.
The Capital Area Intermediate Unit (CAIU) administers the fiscal, educational, and programmatic services to the non-public schools located within Dauphin, Cumberland, and Perry Counties. Approximately 10,000 students attend these schools.
If you are an Act 89 eligible school and are looking for a consultation, please click on the appropriate link below. We will get back to you shortly.
Request for Act 89 Psychological Consultation or Evaluation
Purpose: An Act 89 evaluation identifies a student’s strengths and weaknesses and is used to assist the private/nonpublic school in educating the student.
To request an Act 89 Psych Consultation or Evaluation, the nonpublic principal or other staff member completes Google Psych Request form: