NAPSEC MEMBERSHIP

 DIRECTORY

 


 

 

Table of Contents

   NAPSEC Member Programs - Sections N through R

 

   Link to Geographical Distribution of NAPSEC Member Programs

 

   Link to Membership Directory  A - G

 

   Link to NAPSEC Member Directory H - M

 

   Link to NAPSEC Member Directory S - Z

 

   Link to CASA Members - Council of Affiliated State Associations

 

   Link to Affiliate Members


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NAPSEC Members

Programs are listed in alphabetical order, letters represent sections of the directory. Member programs that have not returned their profile  information do not have an entry in the directory. To visit those programs go to Visit NAPSEC Member Site or click on the website addresses.

 

 

This Section is N through R


 


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New Interdisciplinary School

 

Address                                                           430 Sills Road 

                                                                        Yaphank, NY 11980  

                                                                        Phone: (631) 924-5583
                                                                        Fax:     (631) 924-5687

Web:   www.niskids.org            

                                                            
Contact                                                           
Jay Silverstein, Ph.D.

Founded                                                          1976

Joined NAPSEC                                             1989

 

Disabilities Served

Learning disabilities, speech and language impairments, multiple disabilities, emotional disturbances, hearing impairments, autism, attention deficit-hyperactive disorder, developmental delays, sensor and information impairment, PDD, medically fragile, orthopedic impairments, neurological disorders, and other health impairments.


Program Description

The New Interdisciplinary School (NIS) is a learning center for children with and without disabilities and their families. The name describes the integration of professionals reflecting a variety of disciplines into the classroom and homes of those we serve.  The team approach forms the basis for program development and implementation for each child and their family. The programs range from small self-contained classes to larger inclusion classes, licensed childcare, nursery school and pre-kindergarten.

 

Infants and toddlers are seen at home and school, while three to five year olds are in school on varied schedules.

 

Sensitivity to the mental health of children and parents is seen as a priority. Group and individual counseling, behavior management, and crisis intervention are available to families.

 

NIS established a special program to meet the needs of children diagnosed with Autism, pervasive development disorder, and other related disorders. The Autism Interdisciplinary Model (AIM) integrates three approaches: ABA, Sensory Integration and Social Interaction. In addition, a strong parent education and support component is included.

 

Program Profile
Students - Coed
Age Range Served - Birth to 5 years
Age at Admission - Varies
I.Q. Range Served - Varies
Program - Day, Summer
Staff/Pupil Ratio - Infants,  1:1; Preschool: 6:1:2, 8:1:2, 12:1:1, 18:2:1
Length of Program - 210 days
Enrollment - 350
 

Admissions Procedures
Children are referred from local school districts, doctors, community agencies, parent to parent, and Suffolk County Department of Health. Children are placed in programs based on their level of development, diagnosis, IFSP, IEP, and age.

Accreditation

N/A.

 

Funding Approval

 New York State Education, Suffolk County Department of Health, and Department of Social Services.

   


 

New Road School
 

Address                                                          3071 Bordentown Avenue
                                                                        Parlin, NJ 08859

                                                                        Phone:  (732) 238-7700
                                                                        Fax:      (732) 238-7868

                                                                        Web:    www.newroadschool.com

 

Contact                                                          Annette Hockenjos, Executive Director

Founded                                                         1986

Joined NAPSEC                                            1986

 

Disabilities Served

Learning disabilities, communication disorders, mild to moderate cognitive impairments, Autism, Asperger's, emotional disabilities, traumatic brain injuries, vision impairments, and multiple disabilities.

 

Program Description

New Road School operates three campus environments for learning. These campuses are located in Parlin, Somerset, and Ocean County. Our buildings provide the ideal settings for our diverse population of students. New Road Schools is committed to providing an individualized academic instructional program along with a time-proven truly effective educational focus which continues to evolve. We strive to build the confidence and competence of our students through our two philosophies: learning by doing and the Micro-Community concept. We believe that our diverse groups of students are served best through providing interactive, hands-on approaches to education. Our positive learning environments therefore feature small class sizes, one on one instruction, a structured positive school wide reward program and a social skills component . To best equip our students with the tools they need to succeed in the classroom, at home, and in the community we offer a variety of programs to expand their opportunities for learning in conjunction with the core academic curriculum. All New Road schools offer social skills development through our School Psychologist and counselors, career preparation for all ages in addition to a Structured learning Experience for our older students, life skills training, Community-based instruction, speech and language development and Occupational Therapy. Each campus does offer additional components unique to their students; for example an afterschool program, sports in school, an autistic resource room, integrated services, parent groups and Family-based counseling.

 

At New Road School, we design our programs to focus on the specific learning strengths and needs of each student. Because we individualize their programs we are able to meet the student at his or her own performance level, and the student advances at his or her own pace. In the process, self esteem grows and self-motivation blossoms. We also provide educational workshops for parents and districts. It is essential that all members of the educational team work together so our students are successful.

 

For over two decades now, the New Road Schools have been successfully carrying out the New Road guiding principle: Building Confidence and Competence through Personalized Academic Interventions and Career Preparation.

                                                                                                                    

Program Profile
Students - Coed
Age Range Served - 5-21
Age at Admission - Varies
I.Q. Range Served - Varies
Program - Day, Summer
Staff/Pupil Ratio - 1:4
Length of Program - 10 months, Day; 6 weeks, Summer
Enrollment -  350
 

Admissions Procedures
Referrals are accepted from many sources. Please contact your district and have the CST contact us and send current records. You may also contact the school for a parent tour.

 

Our intake process begins with a review of records, we then contact the CST and set up an intake. The intake tour will consist of the student working in a class with a certified teacher while the parent and CST tour the program. This process may last approximately 45 minutes.

 

Accreditation

NIPSA.

 

Funding Approval
State Education Departments

 

Other Campuses -- See website for further information.

New Road School of Parlin

New Road of Somerset

High Road School of Ocean County

 


 

New York Institute for Special Education

 

Address                                                          999 Pelham Parkway

                                                                        Bronx, NY 10469-4998

                                                                        Phone:  (718) 519-7000

                                                                        Fax:      (718) 881-4219                      

                                                                        Web:    www.nyise.org
 

Contact                                                           Dr. Bernadette M. Kappen, Executive Director

Founded                                                          1831

Joined NAPSEC                                             1987


Disabilities Served

Developmental disabilities, speech and language disabilities, autism, other learning disabilities, visually impaired and blindness, and emotional and behavioral challenges.

           
Program Description

The Schermerhorn Program serves children with blindness and visual impairments from the ages of 5-21 years old. The Van Cleve Program serves children with learning and emotional disabilities from the ages of 5-11 years old. The Readiness Program serves preschool children ages 3-5 years old who are developmentally delayed.

 

Program Profile
Students - Coed (all three programs)
Age Range Served - 3-21
Age at Admission - Age 3 (Readiness); Age 5 (Schermerhorn and Van Cleve)
I.Q. Range Served - Low average to average
Program - Day, Residential, Summer
Staff/Pupil Ratio - School age 6:1:1, preschool varies - largest ratio is 12:1:2
Length of Program - 180 days for 10 month program; 30 day summer program
Enrollment - 275
 

Admission Procedures

All students must be recommended for placement by their local school district.  Students in the Schermerhorn and Van Cleve Programs require appointment by the New York State Department of Education.  An evaluation is scheduled at NYI.  If the parent is in agreement, an MDT meeting is scheduled.  The child is then approved and begins attending school.


Accreditation

NCASES.

 

Funding Approval
New York State.


 

Newgrange School

 

Address                                                          526 South Olden Avenue

                                                                        Hamilton, NJ 08629

                                                                        Phone: (609) 584-1800

                                                                        Fax:     (609) 584-6166

                                                                        Web:   www.thenewgrange.org

 

Contact                                                           Robert Hegedus   

Founded                                                          1977

Joined NAPSEC                                             1998

 

Disabilities Served

Language-based learning disabilities.

 

Program Description

Newgrange offers curriculum for students with individualized instruction, utilizing specialized techniques for students with specific skill weaknesses or learning disabilities.  An average day centers on daily small-group instruction in the basics of oral and written language, literature, mathematics, organization and study skills, and communication skills. Newgrange stresses problem solving, especially in the areas of the natural and social sciences. To help each student set goals and achieve academic success through a program designed specifically for his/her learning needs in the context of a rich curriculum.  The Newgrange day also features remedial reading, writing, and math, as well as one-to-one tutoring in all skill areas. Arts, physical education, career education, and computer instruction are also offered.

 

Program Profile

Students - Coed

Age Range Served - 7-18

Age at Admission - 7

I.Q. Range Served - Average to above average

Program - Day, Summer

Staff/Pupil Ratio - 1:3

Length of Program - 214 days

Enrollment - 104

 

Other Location

Newgrange Independent School at Princeton

407 Nassau Street, Princeton, NJ 08540, 609-688-1280.

 

Admission Procedures

Parents and educators must contact our Principal, Bob Hegedus, and schedule an interview.  A tour of the school and submission of student records is completed.  Parents are notified of acceptance.

 

Accreditation

N/A.

 

Funding Approval

State of New Jersey.


 

Newmark Schools

 

Address                                                          1000 Cellar Avenue

                                                                        Scotch Plains, NJ 07076

                                                                        Phone: (908) 753-0330

                                                                        Fax:     (908) 753-0860

                                                                        Web:   www.newmarkeducation.com

 

Contact                                                           Dr. Regina M. Peter

Founded                                                          2001

Joined NAPSEC                                            2002

 

Disabilities Served

Attention deficit disorder, attention deficit hyperactive disorder, highly functioning autism, anxiety, Asperger's syndrome, bipolar, obsessive compulsive disorder, sensory integration disorder and oppositional defiant disorder, PDD-NOS.

 

Program Description

State approved private schools for children with learning disabilities and behavioral disorders at two locations: Plainfield (K-8) and Carteret (9-12).

 

At Newmark Schools, we believe that setting our students up to succeed academically is the foundation of helping them grow as individuals.  Structured learning, combined with appropriate behavior modification and social skills reinforcement, are our keys to student development.

 

Newmark School (K-8)

At the Newmark School, we create an intimate, family-like environment where our students' individual needs are met and they are challenged both academically and socially.  Our unique educational system encourages students to work to their full potential, making them more confident and productive at school and in their everyday lives.  Education at the Newmark School is based on structure and discipline.  Each student receives an individually tailored academic plan with appropriate educational material and learning tools for their level., delivered by highly trained staff members that understand and cater to the unique learning challenges our students face.  All learning takes place in a small, calm, and quiet classroom environment. Extended school year is available.

 

Newmark High School (9-12)

Newmark High School is committed to preparing our students for success as they leave high school and enter the next phase of their lives.  The cornerstone of each student's development is an individually tailored, comprehensive academic program that utilizes an interactive, technology-infused approach.  Classroom learning is rounded out with training in social skills and responsible decision-making that will help our students navigate the challenges of our complex world.

 

Our goal at Newmark High School is to train students to think independently and give them the skills necessary to confidently manage their environment outside of the classroom.  Our transition program includes counseling and career components designed to build "real world" skills, develop problem solving skills and increase the levels of proficiency needed for independent living, post secondary education or professional training upon graduation. Our community based, paid work experience program offers qualified students the opportunity to have a paid supported work experience with a professional job coach in their senior year. The supported work program is designed to increase our student's ability to successfully transition out of high school by increasing their ability to get and maintain jobs. The program reinforces skills developed in the classroom that can be transferred to the workplace.

 

Program Profile

Students - Coed

Age Range Served - 5-14 (K-8); 14-21 (high school)

Age at Admission - 5 (K-8); 14 (high school)

I.Q. Range Served - Low Average to Above Average

Program - Day, Summer

Staff/Pupil Ratio - 1:4

Program Length: - 10 months/180 days (extended school K-8)

Enrollment - 77 (school); 66 (high school)

 

Admission Procedures

If you wish to enroll your child in Newmark School or High School, please contact your school district and request that your child's case manager call Cynthia Allman, Executive Director at (908) 753-0330 (Newmark School) or (732) 541-5112 (Newmark High School) and provide an Individualized Education Plan.  Current reports and records from applicable therapists and specialists are also needed for admissions.  Once this information has been reviewed and your child is deemed an appropriate candidate for admissions, your district case manager will be contacted to schedule an official intake.  The intake will include a tour of the Newmark facilities for you and your child along with a student interview.  The student interview will last approximately 30-45 minutes.

 

Accreditation

N/A

 

Funding

State/Local School Districts and New Jersey Department of Education.

  


 

NJEDDA

North Jersey Elks Developmental Disabilities Agency

 

 

Address                                                          1481 Main Avenue

                                                                        Clifton, NJ 07011

                                                                        Phone: (973) 772-2600
                                                                        Fax:     (973) 772-5171

                                                                        Web:   www.passaiccountyelkscpc.org

 

Contact                                                           Dr. William G. Weiss, Executive Director

Founded                                                          1947

Joined NAPSEC                                             2003

 

New Jersey Department of Education, Division of Developmental Disabilities.

 

 

Disabilities Served

Students with multiple, physical and intellectual disabilities, including: cerebral palsy, mental retardation, spina bifida, brain injury/head injury, muscular dystrophy, neurological impairments. 


Program Description

Elementary and High School special education with therapies (physical, occupational, speech, nursing and social services). 

 

Program Profile

Students - Coed                                                   

Age Range Served - 3-17

Age at Admission - Age 3 and up

I.Q. Range Served - 0 - 100          

Program - Day

Staff/Pupil Ratio - 1:1

Length of Program - 200

Enrollment - 214

 

Admission Procedures

Referrals from sending school districts and State agencies. 

 

Accreditation

COA, JCAHO.


Funding Approval

 


 

North Valley Schools

 

Address                                                         1360 East Lassen Avenue

                                                                       Chico, CA 95973

                                                                       Phone: (530) 893-0758

                                                                       Fax:     (530) 893-0502

                                                                       Web:   www.victor.org

 

Contact                                                          Cathy Rayden
Founded                                                         1984
Joined NAPSEC                                            2008

Disabilities Served

Emotional disturbance, deaf/hard of hearing, autism,  specific learning disabilities, developmentally delayed, other health impairments (all campuses serve emotional disturbance other disabilities offered at specific campuses).


Program Description

North Valley Schools, Inc. operates three non-profit schools in Northern California certified by the California Department of Education to provide special education services to a coeducational population in grades K-12. North Valley Schools has campuses in Redding, Lodi, and Santa Rosa, California. Through the intake process, including observation, assessment and prescription, specific academic, vocational and behavioral goals are established for each student. Related instruction services include, speech and language development and remediation, occupations. therapy, behavior intervention plan development and implementation, temporary support aide and individualized specialty mental health services. Students may either complete the requirements for high school diploma, a certificate of academic achievement, or a certificate of personal program completion. The educational focus of North Valley School is individualized for each student based on the needs and services identified through the I.E.P. Additionally, NVS offers vocational training, independent living skills training, and employment opportunities. Extra-curricular activities include sports teams, social activities and student government.

 

Program Profile
Students Served - Coed

Age Range Served - 7-21 years
Age at Admission - Determined by student's IEP
I.Q. Range Served - N/A
Program - Day, Residential, Summer
Staff/Pupil Ratio - 1:3
Length of Program - Determined by students' IEP
Enrollment - 155

Admissions Procedures

Contact Cathy Rayden at crayden@victor.org or each location individually.

 

Accreditation
Western Association of Schools and Colleges, all three locations.


Funding Approval
N/A

 

Additional Campuses - See website for further information.

Lodi Campus

Santa Rosa Campus

San Bernardino Campus

Perris Campus

 


 

NECHN Therapeutic School & Preschool

 

Address                                                       570 Belleville Avenue

                                                                     Belleville, NJ 07109

                                                                     Phone: (973) 450-3123

                                                                     Fax: : (973) 450-3025

                                                                     Web: www.northwestessex.org

 

Contact                                                        Dr. Elizabeth Callahan

Founded                                                       1971

Joined NAPSEC                                          1990

 

Disabilities Served

Autism Spectrum Disorders, Behavioral Disabilities, Preschool Disabilities, Multiple Disabilities, and other health impairments.

 

Program Description

The school provides a psychotherapeutic education enabling each child to grow at his/her own pace. Psychiatric evaluation and monitoring are available as needed. A total treatment approach provides a setting designed to foster emotional, social, cognitive and language development.

A variety of techniques including Applied Behavioral Analysis for children on the autism spectrum and intensive play therapy for children with  behavioral disabilities is provided. Positive rewards help the children internalize their gains and foster emotional growth. A carefully implemented Individual Educational Plan is devised and followed for each child. The educational program meets the New Jersey State Department of Education Core Curriculum Standards. The staff is trained in Crisis Prevention Intervention.

Technology is available throughout the school in a media center and in classrooms.

 

Program Profile

Students - Coed

Age Range Served - 3-21

Age at Admission - 3-15

I.Q. Range Served - low-high

Program - Day, Summer

Staff/Pupil Ratio - 1:2

Program Length - 210 Days

Enrollment - 75

 

Admission Procedures

Documents, evaluations, reports and a current IEP are reviewed as an intake is scheduled. The child and family are given a tour of the facility and the child will visit an appropriate classroom. The parents or guardians must want the child to attend the Therapeutic School. If the child is an appropriate fit for the school a letter of acceptance is sent to the sending school district.

 

Accreditation

N/A

 

Funding Approval

New Jersey State Department of Education.

 

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Oakwood School

 

Address                                                          62 Hance Avenue
                                                                        Tinton Falls, NJ 07724
                                                                        Phone:  (732) 747-8746
                                                                        Fax:      (732) 933-0545

                                                                        Web:    www.oakwoodschool.net                                                                        
Contact                                                           Dr. Robert E. White 
Founded                                                          1980
Joined NAPSEC                                             2002

Disabilities Served

Learning disabilities, emotional disabilities, high functioning Autism/Asperger's, and other health impairments.


Program Description

For 33 years we have been meeting the needs of students with learning and behavioral disabilities. Our small, nurturing program which incorporates school-wide Collaborative Problem Solving and Positive Behavioral Supports is ideal for disable students who have difficulty reaching their potential in large departmentalized school environments.

 

Oakwood School can offer your students:

  • A small, safe, structured school for middle school and high school students.

  • A strong academic program for students with learning disabilities, ADHD, behavior disorders, school phobias, anxiety disorders, OCD, and mild to moderate ODD, and high functioning autism/Asperger's.

  • A therapeutic setting with three counselors.

  • An experienced and highly qualified staff and administration.

  • A less than 3:1 student to staff ratio with 15 teachers and aides for 35 students in six self-contained and departmentalized classrooms.

  • An emphasis on transitioning back to the sending district, vocational school and into the post-high school world including Brookdale Community College Fast Start enrollment.

Program Profile

Students - Male
Age Range Served - 11-21
Age at Admission - 11-21
I.Q. Range Served - Low Average and Up
Program - Day
Staff/Pupil Ratio - 1:2
Length of Program - 180 days
Enrollment - 34
 

Admission Procedures

We accept both private placements and public school students. If you are interested in visiting or having your child attend the Oakwood School, please contact your Child Study Team. Ask them to send your child's IEP and pertinent records so that we can determine if our program is appropriate. We will then arrange an interview with your child's Child Study Team. Private placements are facilitated through our office.

 

Accreditation

N/A

 

Funding Approval

State of New Jersey; Department of Education

 


   

Olive Crest Academy

 

Address                                                 2130 East 4th Street, Suite 200

                                                              Santa Ana, CA 92705

                                                              Phone:  (714) 543-5437

                                                              Fax:      (714) 543-5463

                                                              Web:    www.olivecrest.org

  

Contact                                                 Dr. Donald Verleur II
Founded                                               1973
Joined NAPSEC                                  
1995

Disabilities Served:

Developmentally disabled, learning disabilities, educational behavioral, attention, deficit hyperactive disorder, autistic spectrum.

 

Program Description

Therapeutic Education Center (TEC) is a special education school that strives to meet the education, behavioral and emotional needs of students who cannot be served in the public education system.  The goal of all TEC schools is to fine-tune the academic process through therapeutic interventions.  TEC is able to challenge students academically while addressing social and emotional needs.

 

TEC is a non-public, non-profit school for children in grades Kindergarten through twelfth grade dedicated to meeting the academic, emotional, and behavioral needs of the exceptional student through individuated and innovative educational programs.  TEC is devoted to the development of academic, social and emotional growth in children.  This includes master of basic academic skills, critical thinking skills, social skills, vocational skills and the development of independence, mutual respect, feeling of self worth and confidence.

 

Elementary Special Ed K- 7, Secondary Special Ed 8-12. Early College High School Charter School 9-12, after school programs, tutoring and mentoring programs, speech clinic with Biola University.

 

Program Profile
Students - Coed
Age Range Served - 4-18

Age at Admission - 4-18
I.Q. Range Served - 220
Program - Day
Staff/Pupil Ratio - 1:3

Length of Program - 220
Enrollment - 320


Admission Procedures

Admissions procedures vary with the different programs.

 

Accreditation

Council on Accreditation and Western Association of Schools and Colleges.


Funding Approval

California State.

 


 

Overbrook School for the Blind

 

Address                                                          6333 Malvern Avenue

                                                                        Philadelphia, PA 19151

                                                                        Phone:  (215) 877-0313   

                                                                        Fax:      (215) 877-2466

                                                                        Web:    www.obs.org
 

Contact                                                           Todd Reeves

Founded                                                          1832

Joined NAPSEC                                             1995   

Disabilities Served

Blindness and visual impairments.


Program Description

Overbrook School for the Blind offers a variety of programs for children of different ages and abilities.  Since Overbrook was founded in 1832, its mission has been to provide all of its students, according to their individual needs, with the skills that will give them the greatest opportunity to experience active and fulfilling lives.


Besides academics, Overbrook School for the Blind offer many special services and activities that are important to children who are blind or have visual disabilities.  The students receive services in orientation and mobility, speech and language, occupational and physical therapy, and daily living skills.


Overbrook teaches social skills in the classroom and during community activities and planned social events.  The school offers full sports, music, and art programs.


All students at Overbrook are involved in the technology program.  Overbrook is currently involved in a program called Overbrook 2001.  The program offers each student appropriate computer technology in the classroom every day.  Technology is a key toward independence, literacy, and communication. 

 

The school offers several programs: T.E.A.M.S. - Together Exploring All My Senses, a home-based early intervention program for children birth to age three.  Early Childhood - A program for children ages 3-5.   L.I.F.E. - Learning in Functional Environments, a program for students who are visually impaired and may have additional disabilities ages 6-21.  Secondary - Another name for junior and senior high school.  This program is for students ages 13-21.  Stepping Stones - An elementary program to assist students with skills necessary to participate in their neighborhood school.  The students are offered intensive training in Braille, orientation and mobility, daily living skills, and social skills in addition to an academic program.  Work Experience - Offered to students ages 7-21.  The students are involved in five phases: pre-vocational, career classes, production workshop, on-campus jobs, and off-campus jobs.  Residential - Offered to students who live too far away to commute every day.  Students in this program range in age from 7-21.

 

Outreach - One way that Overbrook shares information with the general public, parents, and other agencies.  It offers workshops, prepares informational packets, and provides evaluations and consultations.  Currently the school age programs are serving 185 students.  The T.E.A.M.S. program is working with 85 families in the Philadelphia area.

 

Program Profile
Students - Coed
Age Range Served - 21
Age at Admission - 3
I.Q. Range Served - Above average to severe mental retardation
Program - Day, Residential

Staff/Pupil Ratio - N/A
Length of Program - 10 months                                           
Enrollment - 200

Admission Procedures
All students must be legally blind and between ages 3-21.  Referrals by school district.

Accreditation
Middle States.

Funding Approval
Pennsylvania Department of Education 60% and local school districts 40%.

 

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P.G. Chambers School

 

Address                                                          15 Halko Drive
                                                                        Cedar Knolls, NJ 07927
                                                                        Phone:  (973) 829-8484
                                                                        Fax:      (973) 829-8485

                                                                        Web:    www.chambersschool.org                 

 

Director                                                          Susan Seamans

Founded                                                          1955

Joined NAPSEC                                             1998

 

Disabilities Served

Children with multiple disabilities.

 

Program Description

At P.G. Chambers School, "discovering potential" is an important part of our mission, inspiring us to provide the best, most comprehensive educational and therapy programs for children with special needs. Founded in 1954, P.G. Chambers School offers a wide range of educational and therapeutic programs designed to help children with learning, physical, speech and language, and sensory disorders develop the skills they need to realize their unique talents and capabilities. The School has a range of program offerings specifically designed for children from birth to age 22 years.

The P.G. Chambers School mission is to help children lead fuller, more productive lives, develop confidence in their own abilities, and engage as fully and as frequently in the community at large. Our organization is revolutionizing the role of private schools in the community by offering programs that start in infancy and run through a child's teenage years; include children with and without special needs whenever possible; involve parents as active decision makers; and, most important, are individually tailored around the unique learning styles and needs of each child and family. At P.G. Chambers School, we take every opportunity to discover the unique potential within every child.

Each year, P.G. Chambers School provides services both on- and off-site for more than 600 children with special needs and their families from a nine-county area of northern New Jersey. Its programs reach children of all ages including infants at risk for developmental disabilities; school-age children eligible for special education services; and children diagnosed with cerebral palsy, spina bifida, seizure disorders, autism, communication disorders, and other disabilities.

The Chambers School employs more than 100 professionals and support staff who work closely together implementing an integrated, interdisciplinary approach across all programs and services. A multi-million dollar operating budget is supported by a diversified funding stream from fees and tuitions, government and private grants, and contributions. Although the organization operates from a fairly stable and secure financial base, it must rely on the continued financial support from individual donors, foundations, and corporations in order to provide services for all children in need of help, without regard to their family's ability to pay.

P.G. Chambers School is a private, nonprofit, tax-exempt organization under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code.  

Program Profile
Students - Coed
Age Range Served -
3-12

Age at Admission - 3-12                                             

I.Q. Range Served - Mild to severe                        

Program - Day, Summer

Staff/Pupil Ratio - 1:3      

Length of Program - 180 days, plus extended summer

Enrollment - 68

 

Admission Procedures

School district calls associate director with initial referral information.

 

Accreditation

N/A.

 

Funding Approval

Approved by the New Jersey Department of Education and the Department of Health and Human Services.

 


  

Park Century School

 

Address                                                          3939 Landmark Street
                                                                        Culver City, CA  90232
                                                                        Phone:  (310) 840-0500
                                                                        Fax:      (310) 840-0591

                                                                        Web:    www.parkcenturyschool.org                 

 

Director                                                          Genny Shain

Founded                                                          1968

Joined NAPSEC                                             2002

 

Disabilities Served

Primary learning disabilities such as dyslexia and co-occurring attention deficit hyperactivity disorder.

 

Program Description

The Park Century academic program is taught within one to one tutorial sessions and in small, ungraded classrooms.  One to one instruction in reading and mathematics is provided.  Subject areas such as social studies and science are presented within the small group.  Written and oral expression is taught individually.  Integral parts of the program are computer and study skills, physical education and perceptual motor skills, arts and enrichment, and, if necessary, speech and language therapy.  Students are helped to develop a positive self-image, set realistic goals, and learn skills and strategies necessary to return to a traditional school.  Parent education and participation within a team approach are essential to each student’s intellectual, psychological, social and moral development. 

 

Program Profile
Students - Coed
Age Range Served - 9-21

Age at Admission - 9                                             

I.Q. Range Served - 50-120                        

Program - Day and Extended School Year

Staff/Pupil Ratio - 1:2      

Length of Program  - 196 days regular, 25 Summer

Enrollment - 58

 

Admission Procedures

Admission to Park Century is selective requiring complete psycho-educational testing as well as meetings with parents and visits by the child.

 

Accreditation

California Department of Education.

 

Funding Approval

N/A.

 


   

Perkins School for the Blind

 

Address                                                          175 North Beacon Street
                                                                        Watertown, MA 02472
                                                                        Phone:  (617) 924-3434
                                                                        Fax:      (617) 926-2027

                               Web: www.perkins.org

 

Contact                                                           Martha Majors

                                                                         Superintendent of Educational Programs 

Founded                                                          1829
Joined NAPSEC                                             1993

Disabilities Served
Students who are blind, visually impaired, or deaf-blind, including those who are deaf with additional disabilities, sensory impairment with cognitive, other health impairments, orthopedic impairment, and Autism.

Program Description

Inside Perkins School begins with our beautiful Watertown, Massachusetts campus, where one can immediately sense the rich history we have as the first school in the United States for people who are visually impaired. Walk along the winding paths and through the halls and you will inevitably find Perkins greatest resource: the energy of the students and the passion of the staff.

 

Over 200 students populate Perkin's residential and day programs, thriving on the guidance of an exceptional, interdisciplinary team of highly rained teachers, clinicians, residential support staff. Perkins students enjoy an academic experience similar to that off any child, but also have access to specialized services that are critical for their development into adulthood. Students also benefit from everyday interaction with their peers and friends and special programs in the community.


Program Profile

Students - Coed

Age Range Served - Infant/Toddler, Preschool to 22

Age at Admission - 3-22 on campus

I.Q. Range Served - All

Program - Day, Residential

Staff/Pupil Ratio - 2:1

Length of Program - 210

Enrollment - 201

 

Admission Procedures

The referral agent (a school district representative or parent) sends referral paperwork to Perkins including a letter seeking admission, along with educational, clinical and medical reports. The Perkins admission team determines if the student might be well placed in one of our programs. If the team determines that Perkins might be an appropriate option for the student, we schedule a day for the student and family to visit the school and meet with the program staff.

 

Prior to admission, the school's education directors and social workers are available to conduct interviews with students, parents and public school liaisons. Interviews usually take place during evaluations for admission, but can also occur after a student is accepted to the program. A tour of the program and facilities is conducted and opportunities to meet staff and students are provided. The education director describes the school's purpose and services that are provided by the program.

 

Students and parents receive a letter containing additional information before they enter the program. The letter contains the names of the student's social worker, clinician, case manager and residential coordinator and give their telephone numbers. The student/parent manual, which explains the termination procedure and an appeals process accompanies the letter. A clothing list and school calendar for the year are included. Social workers and psychologists follow up by making calls to all new students and their families.

 

When the student enters the school, the case manager and/or education director explains the program and their residential staff orient the student to the residence and school. A mobility instructor is assigned to continue this orientation, as appropriate. The homeroom teacher and house parent are also responsible for giving the student information about the school and residential programs on an ongoing basis.

 

Accreditation

New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC).


Funding Approval

Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education; MA EEC.

  


 

PHILIPS Academy of NC

 

Address                                                            3115 Providence Road
                                                                          Charlotte, NC 28211
                                                                          Phone:  (708) 365-4533
                                                                          Fax:      (708) 365-4508

                                                                          Web:   www.philipsacademync.org           

                                                        
Contact                                                            Amy Firth
Founded                                                           2005
Joined NAPSEC                                              2014

Disabilities Served

Cognitive Disabilities, Autism, Complex Language Disabilities.


Program Description

Designed specifically for students requiring a life-centered approach to education. Our program offers unique combination of remediation, practical instruction and community based application. Daily living and social skills are taught as well as vocational skills.

 

Program Profile

Students - Coed                                                   
Age Range Served - 11-27

Age at Admission - 11-27

I.Q. Range Served - 65-100

Program - Day

Staff/Pupil Ratio - 5:1

Length of Program - 175 days

Enrollment -  30  

 

Admission Procedures

 Contact Program.

 

Accreditation

 

Funding Approval

Agency Funding.                                                    


 

PHILLIPS Programs for Children and Families

 

Address                                                           8920 Whiskey Bottom Road
                                                                         Laurel, MD 20723
                                                                         Phone:  (301) 470-1620
                                                                         Fax:      (301) 470-1624

                                                                         Web:   www.phillipsprograms.org             

                                                        
Contact                                                            Sarah Headley
Founded                                                           1967
Joined NAPSEC                                              2013

Disabilities Served

Emotional disability, multiple disabilities, intellectual disability, autism spectrum disorders, specific learning disability.


Program Description

PHILLIPS provides a place where children left behind in traditional settings can get the supportive services they need to become successful, responsible adults. We offer a strengths-based specialized learning environment with multidisciplinary faculty and teams. We have a strong emphasis on academic, social and career skills and partnering with families.

 

Our students are supported therapeutically by our specially trained behavior and crisis management staff. Admission Procedures: Most students are enrolled in PHILLIPS Schools by their public school system, however private pay students are accepted. Parent/student tours and interviews can be scheduled by contacting the school. PHILLIPS conforms to all state and federal regulations barring discrimination with regard to admissions or employment on the basis of race, color, religion, age, sex, national origin or handicapping condition. The schools serve only children with disabilities for which they are certified to provide services.

 

Program Profile

Students - Coed                                                   
Age Range Served - 8-21

Age at Admission - 8

I.Q. Range Served - ID to gifted

Program - Day

Staff/Pupil Ratio - 1:3

Length of Program - 183 days
Enrollment -   75   

 

Admission Procedures

Most children are enrolled in PHILLIPS Schools by their public school system then participate in a student and parent tour and interview.

 

Accreditation

MANSEF

 

Funding Approval                                                      

Maryland, District of Columbia Public Schools, DC Charter Schools.

 


 

PHILLIPS Programs for Children and Families

 

Address                                                            7010 Braddock Road
                                                                          Annandale, VA 22003
                                                                          Phone:  (703) 941-8810
                                                                          Fax:      (703) 658-2378

                                                                          Web:   www.phillipsprograms.org             

                                                        
Contact                                                            Piper Phillips Caswell, President & CEO
Founded                                                           1967
Joined NAPSEC                                              1997

Disabilities Served

Emotional disability, intellectual disability, behavioral challenges, multiple disabilities, autism, and other health impairment, specific learning disability.

Program Description

PHILLIPS Program for Children and Families operates two private, non-profit day schools, offering quality special education to exceptional children ages 6-21. The schools are located in Annandale, Virginia, and Laurel, Maryland, and serve students from Virginia, Maryland, and the District of Columbia. Our comprehensive, multidisciplinary team includes a wide variety of professionals providing many necessary services customized for the needs of each child.

 

For more than forty years, PHILLIPS has provided a place where children left behind in traditional settings can get the support and education they need to become successful, responsible adults. Our children's lives have been colored by a variety of personal and environmental circumstances, so we tailor our approach to address each child's unique situation. We give our students and their families every advantage: PHILLIPS provides a fresh start, helping children develop critical life skills so they too can enjoy respect, acceptance, and personal achievement. At PHILLIPS we believe any child can overcome adversity, and we help them to prove it every day.

 

PHILLIPS Family Partners' (operating at our Annandale, VA site) staff works with families to create realistic goals. Family counselors collaborate with schools (including our Annandale school), medical providers and other service providers to ensure a comprehensive, coordinated approach to services including: Family and Child At-Home Counseling, 24 Hour Crisis Intervention, Behavior Autism Spectrum Services Consultation, Mentoring, Assessment, Respite, Parent Nurturing Program, Medicaid Intensive In-Home Services, Individual and Family Therapy, Supervised Visitation, Adoptive Family Assessments, and Community-based Transitional Services.

 

Program Profile

Students - Coed                                                   
Age Range Served - 6-21

Age at Admission - 6-21

I.Q. Range Served - ID to gifted

Program - Day

Staff/Pupil Ratio - 1:3

Length of Program - 180 days

Enrollment -      

 

Admission Procedures

Most children are enrolled in PHILLIPS Schools by their public school system. Usually the admissions process is as follows: (1) Parent and County personnel discuss placement options at the IEP meeting; (2) PHILLIPS receives referral file; (3) PHILLIPS calls parent(s) to arrange free interview; (4) Admissions team reviews child's history; (5) Parents and/or guardians attend interview with child (required). 

 

PHILLIPS conforms to all state and federal regulations barring discrimination with regard to admissions or employment on the basis of race, color, religion, age, sex, national origin or handicapping condition. The schools serve only children with disabilities for which they are certified to provide services.

 

Accreditation

Virginia Association of Independent Special Education Facilities (VAISEF) and MANSEF.

 

Funding Approval                                                      

Virginia, Maryland, Virginia Department of Youth and Family Services, Department of Social Services, DC/DHS, DC Public Schools, and DC Charter Schools.

 


 

 The Phoenix Center

 

Address                                                          16 Monsignor Owens Place
                                                                        Nutley, NJ 07110

                                                                        Phone:  (973) 542-0743          
                                                                        Fax:      (973) 542-0687

                                                                        Web:     www.thephoenixcenternj.org                                               
 

Contact                                                           Julie Mower
Founded                                                          1991
Joined NAPSEC                                             1997

Disabilities Served

The Phoenix Center is an accredited, not-for-profit school serving the educational, behavioral and therapeutic needs of students ages 5-21 with autism, multiple disabilities, behavioral and intellectual disabilities.


Program Description

The Phoenix Centers customized evidence-based programs—developed for each student—are anchored by a hands-on, real-life, community-based instruction model. Our accredited classroom and community-based instructional programs are built around the “whole child.” Our NJ Dept. of Education-approved school works closely with districts, professionals, and parents to develop programs (communication, behavioral and social) tailored to meet the specific academic and functional needs of each child. Our teachers and related service providers are highly qualified, certified and/or licensed. We employ a range of educational and therapeutic methods to meet each child at his/her particular stage of development and help students prepare for life beyond The Phoenix Center, which is at the core of our mission. By pulling from each child’s innate gifts, we help them rise, like the ancient phoenix, above their challenges to build confidence and achieve greater fulfillment and success in the world.

 

Program Profile
Students - Coed
Age Range Served - 5-21
Age at Admission - 5
I.Q. Range Served -
Program - Day and ESY Offered
Staff/Pupil Ratio - 2:1 or 1:1 as per student IEP

Length of Program - 200 Days
Enrollment - 140

Admission Procedures

The Phoenix Center’s intake process begins with the school district (LEA) contacting us for possible openings. Parents may not tour facility without notification from the LEA to The Phoenix Center. The LEA sends the student file to us for a review of records. We then schedule an intake/tour with the LEA representative, parent and student. This intake consists of the student working in a classroom with an interdisciplinary intake team while the parent and LEA representative tour the program.


Accreditation

NCASES, MSA-CESS


Funding Approval

New Jersey State Department of Education.

  


 

Pineland Learning Center

 

Address                                                          520 North 4th Street, Building 1

                                                                        Vineland, NJ 08360

                                                                        Phone: (856) 378-5020

                                                                        Fax:     (856) 378-5025

                                                                        Web:  www.pinelandschool.org  

 

Contact                                                           Frederick W. Eccleston

Founded                                                          1980

Joined NAPSEC                                             2006

 

Disabilities Served

Behavioral disabilities.

 

Program Description

Students progress through four phases. Phase One, stabilization, focuses on consistent attendance, behavioral compliance and academic investment. Phase Two, demystification, assesses learning, social skill, behavior and mood regulation. Phase Three, empowerment, shifts the focus of responsibility  from the school structure to the student for self-regulation. Phase Four, reintegration, transitions the student to a less restrictive environment.

 

Program Profile

Students- Coed

Age Range Served - 5-21

Age at Admission - 5-21

I.Q. Range Served - 40 and up

Program - Day

Staff/Pupil Ratio - 1:2

Program Length - 210 days (180 day school year; 30 optional extended school year)

Enrollment - 140

 

Admission Procedures

Send most recent IEP and evaluation reports with a letter of intent to Velvet Allen, Registrar.

 

Accreditation

Accredited by Middle States Commission (MSACS)

 

Funding Approval

New Jersey Department of Education.

 


 

Princeton Child Development Institute

 

Address                                                          300 Cold Soil Road

                                                                        Princeton, NJ 08540
                                                                       
Phone: (609) 924-6280
                                                                        Fax:     (609) 924-4119

                                                                        Web:   www.pcdi.org                                                                                      
Contact                                                          
Edward C. Fenske

Founded                                                          1970                                                   
Joined NAPSEC                                            
1998   

Disabilities Served
Autism.

 

Program Description

Princeton Child Development Institute provides individualized education, treatment and home program services based on an applied behavior analysis model.

 

Program Profile

Students - Coed
Age Range Served - 18 months through adult

Age at Admission - Varies

I.Q. Range Served - N/A

Program - Day

Staff/Pupil Ratio - 1:1.5

Length of Program - 210 days

Enrollment - 30 Education program, 22 Adult program

 

Admission Procedures

Cover letter and diagnostic evaluations. School age (3 years - 21 years) referral from public school district. Adult referral from New Jersey Division of Development Disabilities.

 

Accreditation

N/A.

 

Funding Approval

New Jersey Department of Education.
 

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Raymond Hill School at Klingberg Family Centers

 

Address                                                          345 Linwood Street

                                                                        New Britain, CT 06052

                                                                        Phone:  (860) 832-5700/5701
                                                                        Fax:      (860) 826-7935

                                                                        Web:   www.klingberg.com    

 

Contact                                                           Jane Morris
Founded                                                         
1903
Joined NAPSEC                                            
2011

 

Disabilities Served
Emotional disturbances, learning disabilities, trauma-informed care, PDD, Asperger's syndrome, bipolar, PTSD, attachment disorder, depression, school refusal as well as additional diagnoses stemming from family disruption.

 

Program Description

The Raymond Hill School is a private special education school for residential and day students between five and eighteen years of age who have a combination of moderate to severe learning, social, emotional and/or family problems. Students are taught in classrooms serving a maximum of ten, grouped according to age and academic level. Each class is served by an instructional team that works to identify each student's individual strengths and areas for growth. We work to provide instructional/vocational experiences that will maximize student potential. The Post-Secondary Vocational Programs serve young adults referred by their Local Educational Agencies (LEAs) or the state Bureau of Rehabilitation Services in a predominantly worksite based training program augmented by classroom instruction.

 

Program Profile         

Students - Coed

Age Range Served - 7-18

Age at Admission - 7 and up

I.Q. Range Served - 70 and up

Program - Day, Extended School Year Program

Staff/Pupil Ratio - 4:1

Length of Program - 182 days

Enrollment - 95

 

Admission Procedures

LEAs make referrals either through for the Intake Director or the Director of Education.  DCF refers residential students. As part of the process, a school administrator reviews the intake packet to verify that the school is able to meet the child's education needs as delineated in the IEP. Modifications to the IEP can be made through the PPT process.

Accreditation

NCASES, Joint Commission.

 

Funding Approval

LEA, CT Department of Children and Families (for some Extended School Year placements), CT Bureau of Rehabilitation Services ( for some Post-Secondary placements).

 


 

Reece School

 

Address                                                          25 East 104th Street

                                                                        New York, NY  10029

                                                                        Phone:  (212) 289-4872
                                                                        Fax:      (212) 423-9652

                                                                        Web:   www.reeceschool.org    

 

Contact                                                          Duncan Lester
Founded                                                         1948
Joined NAPSEC                                           
2003

 

Disabilities Served
Emotionally disturbed, learning disabled, and speech impaired.

 

Program Description

The School’s program is full day and is offered within a nurturing environment that is designed to provide high levels of academic and emotional support. Children study a modified sequential, elementary curriculum for grades K-6 and learn various strategies for overcoming their individual academic difficulties. They develop the social skills to function successfully in the classroom, the school, and the larger communities.

 

Program Profile         

Students - Coed

Age Range Served - 5-13

Age at Admission - 5

I.Q. Range Served - Normal to above average

Program - Day

Staff/Pupil Ratio - 6:1:1, 8:1:1, 12:1:1 in classrooms

Length of Program - 210 days

Enrollment - 90

 

Admission Procedures

The Reece School accepts applications for admission throughout the school year as openings occur. Applicants submit current evaluations, progress reports, etc. which are then reviewed by the Executive Director and School Admissions Team. Selected applicants who fit the Reece School model are invited for a visit consisting of an informal evaluation and a social history.

Accreditation

N/A.

 

Funding Approval

New York State Funded and Approved.

 


 

Rivermont Schools

 

Address                                                          c/o Virginia Baptist Hospital

                                                                        3300 Rivermount Avenue

                                                                        Lynchburg, VA 24503

                                                                        Phone:  (434) 942-9638
                                                                        Fax:      (434) 200-4449

                                                                        Web:    www.centrahealth.com

 

Contact                                                           Dr. Lloyd Tannenbaum

Founded                                                          1986   
Joined NAPSEC                                             
1999   

 

Disabilities Served

Emotional disturbances, learning disabilities, mental retardation, traumatic brain injury, autism, developmental delay, and other health impairments.

 

Program Description

Rivermont Schools, established by Central Health’s mental health services division in 1986, is a structured therapeutic education day program designed to meet the needs of children and adolescents who have emotional or behavioral problems.  The school believes that students who are not able to participate in regular school programs due to psychiatric disorders, emotional disturbances, conduct disorders, or other maladaptive behaviors should be provided with educational opportunities that allow them to progress academically and emotionally. The program, designed to meet individual needs of students K-12, is administered in conjunction with therapeutic goals and objectives based on a total environmental approach.  Attention is given to: individualized instruction; interpersonal skills; family involvement; community and social awareness; and behavioral management.  The emphasis is always placed on preparing the student for transition into a less restrictive environment.

 

Program Profile

Students - Coed

Age Range Served - 5-19

Age at Admission - Varies

I.Q. Range Served - Varies

Program - Day

Staff/Pupil Ratio - 1:3

Length of Program - 180 days plus Extended School Year

Enrollment - 364

 

Admission Procedures

Representative from local education agencies or other public agencies initiate contact with school staff for the purpose of reviewing a child’s relevant records.  School staff will determine the appropriateness of a placement based upon a careful review of the supplied data.  Private referrals can be made by contacting the school’s director.

 

Accreditation

Virginia Association of Independent Specialized Education Facilities, SACS.

 

Funding Approval

Virginia.

 

 


 

Rock Brook School

 

Address                                                          109 Orchard Road
                                                                        Skillman, NJ  08558
                                                                        Phone:  (908) 431-9500
                                                                        Fax:      (908) 431-9503
                                                                        Web:    www.rock-brook.org   
 

Contact                                                           Mary Caterson, Director
Founded                                                          1974
Joined NAPSEC                                             1994

Disabilities Served
Multiple Disabilities and Communication Impairment. Students have a variety of medical diagnosis including but not limited to: autism spectrum, language and learning disabilities and developmental delay.
 

Program Description

All classes are taught using a team teaching approach.  Each class is staffed with a fulltime special education teacher, a certified speech language pathologist and teaching assistant. A full academic program is provided along with individual speech and language therapy, occupational therapy and physical therapy if needed.  The academic individualized programs follow NJ Core Content Standards.
 

Other specialized programs include music and art therapy, individualized behavior plans, counseling and social skills training, technology, and Community Based Instruction. 

 

Program Profile

Students - Coed
Age Range Served - 3-21
Age at Admission - when appropriate
I.Q. Range Served - varies
Program - Day
Staff/Pupil Ratio - 1:3
Length of Program - 180/30 day extended summer
Enrollment - 60
 

Admission Procedures

Call the school and talk with our main office staff.  A time will be scheduled to speak with the Director or Principal about the student's capabilities and current needs.  A visit to observe the program, tour the facility and have additional questions or concerns addressed could be scheduled.  The last step would be an intake meeting.  At this meeting the child would come for a screening of skills and abilities and their own tour of the school.  Students are placed by local school districts and privately.

 

Accreditation

Middlestates

 

Funding Approval

New Jersey Department of Education.

 


 

Rugby School at Woodfield

 

Address                                                          PO Box 1403

                                                                        Wall, NJ 07728
                                                                        Phone: (732) 681-6900
                                                                        Fax:     (732) 681-4857

                                                                        Web:   www.rugbyschool.org

 

Contact                                                           Dolores DeSanto, Executive Director
Founded                                                          1977
Joined NAPSEC                                             1987

Disabilities Served
Learning disabled, neurological impairments, and/or hearing impairments, attention deficit disorder, attention deficit hyperactive disorder, behavioral disorders, multiple disabilities, mild cognitive impaired and higher level autism.

Program Description

The Rugby School at Woodfield is a K-12 day school located near the Jersey Shore. Our innovative facility offers an array of programs geared to develop and uncover hidden talents of the individual special needs student. Areas of interest included are: Computer Graphics, Culinary Arts, Horticulture, Instrument and voice and Photography (digital and black and white 35mm). We also offer transitioning students an opportunity to explore work and experience "on the job" learning through Rugby W.O.R.K.S., in addition to college prep and credit earning through our Fast Start program. Professional therapies are also offered including Art Therapy, Interactive Counseling, Restorative Practices and supportive counseling by LSWs and school

counselors.

 

Rugby School is currently serving 38 school districts with the counties of: Mercer, Middlesex, Monmouth, Ocean and Somerset. The program has also served districts within Essex, Morris and Union.

 

Program Profile
Students - Coed
Age Range Served - 5-21
Age at Admission - 5
I.Q. Range Served - Low average and high
Program - Day, Summer
Staff/Pupil Ratio - 1:3
Length of Program - 180 days and 30 day extended summer program
Enrollment - 107

Admissions Procedures

Referrals are made through district school child study team members. Parent and professional inquiries are welcomed.
 

Accreditation

Middle States Commission for Schools and Colleges, New Jersey State Department of Education, New Jersey State Department of Special Education, New Jersey Department of Vocational Education (Certified Cooperative Industrial Education)

 

Funding Approval

New Jersey State Department of Education and New Jersey State Department of Education Division of Special Education. 

 

The Rugby School at Woodfield   

 

 

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