Are you fed up with the school district and looking for schooling alternatives? Check out these options for schools that have the tools to work effectively with your child:
1) The Creekside School: a nonprofit 501(c)(3) nonpublic and private 1st-12th grade school dedicated to children with challenges relating to the world around them, most commonly found in autism and related special needs.
2) Spectrum Center Schools and Programs: Spectrum programs are designed for students ages five to 22 with a wide array of special needs, including autism, emotional disturbance, physical challenges, behavioral disorders and developmental delays.
3) Learning Springs Academy: With a talented staff that is experienced in working with students of varying learning styles, Learning Springs Academy focuses on recognizing the unique skills and strengths that each child possesses and on nurturing these talents to allow each child to develop and grow at their own pace and comfort level.
4) Skylar Hadden School: A nurturing learning environment that engages the whole child academically, socially, emotionally, physically and intellectually. The curriculum responds to the individual students learning needs by offering a variety of educational approaches: using children’s natural interests to build strengths and remediate weaknesses.
5) Morgan Autism Center: Provides an individualized school program that uses a comprehensive approach that targets multiple areas of development—language, cognition, social behavior, motor and self-help skills—creating the best opportunities for success.