Grade School

Elementary School Program



Our grade school program serves boys and girls aged 5-12 with:

  • Developmental delays
  • Autism Spectrum Disorders
  • Emotional and Behavioral Disorders
  • Learning Disabilities
  • Intellectual disabilities
  • Traumatic Brain Injuries
  • Other impairments

Our Curriculum

At the same time, students learn in a social environment in warm, small classes. Every child in the class has a personal teacher in addition to the classroom teacher. Children develop communication and social skills within the framework of individualized learning.

Classes are small, intimate, and focused on each child’s skills and development. Classmates are all on a compatible level—whether a student is nonverbal, moderately verbal, or highly verbal. The class has no more than six students, to ensure that all the children receive an immersive social experience as well as customized lesson plans.

We provide in-house coaching and consulting from senior professionals in the ABA fields for all of our classroom teachers and personal teachers. This ensures that each child’s entire team receives the most professional guidance on helping the child thrive.

Taking ABA Methodology to the Next Level

Empowered by the success of ABA and the latest breakthroughs in Applied Behavior Analysis, each day is spent building each child’s skills, furthering their development, and meeting their personal goals.

Every therapy module students receive—occupational, physical, speech, music, or animal therapy—is seamlessly incorporated into the student’s schedule.

Our classrooms are equipped with state-of-the-art equipment. Lunches are delicious and nutritious, cooked in our private kitchen which accommodates dietary restrictions, allergies, and unique nutritional needs.

Our goal is to create a warm haven of learning and growing so that each child can outgrow the program. Parents are a vital part of our education efforts, and included in every part of our students’ education.

A multi-disciplinary team consisting of special education teachers, a curriculum coordinator, behavior analysts, speech therapists, occupational therapists, physical therapists, and a school psychologist work together to target individual and holistic goals simultaneously.