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MEMBER SCHOOLS

309 East 45th Street (K-7)

New York, NY 10017


40 East 30th Street (8-12)

New York, NY  10016

(212) 867-9594

AARON SCHOOL

(212) 867-9594

Admissions Director: Linda Gardner (x4120)

Email: lgardner@aaronschool.org 


Student Profile: Speech and Language delays, Sensory Integration Disorder, NVLD, Learning Disabilities, ADHD…Average to Above Average Intelligence

Grades: K – 12

Age Group: 4.5 – 18yrs.

Class Ratio:  12:1:1 (K-12)        

Private-Carter Funded

Term: 10 month, summer program

37 W. 65th Street, 5th Floor
New York, NY 10065
212-580-0080 ext. 12

ACADEMICS WEST

Contact: Evan Flamenbaum

drevan@academicswest.com 


Student Profile: Mild to Moderate Learning Differences (LD), Emotionally Disturbed (ED), High Functioning Autism, ADHD, Anxiety and Depression

Grades: K-12

Age group : 6-21

Class ratio: 5:2 in Lower and Middle school; 5+:2 in High School. We offer 1:1 support if necessary

Related Services:  SLP, OT Other: Psychotherapy, Art Therapy, Yoga, College Counseling

Term: 10 or 12 month           

Funding: Carter funding with variable Connors spots per year available

# of students: up to 75

Notes: Academics West is the only school in NYC that is accredited as a therapeutic school (NIPSA and NATSAP). AW is an intensive therapeutic educational program that offers 1:1 and small group instruction of all academic curricula and provides comprehensive clinical (CBT) services.

1156 N. Broadway

Yonkers, NY 10701

914-610-5842

Contact: Leslie Zeller, LCSW VP

Email: lzeller@jdam.org 

ANDRUS, THE ORCHARD SCHOOL

Student Profile: ED, LD, OHI, ASD
Grades: K-9
Age Group: 5-16
Class Ratio: 8:1:1
Related Services: SLP,OT.PT.CO Day and Residential
Term: 12 month
Tuition/Funding: Public and private

252 West 29th Street  

New York, NY 10001

212-256-0846

Contact: Amanda Friedman

Email: amanda@atlasforautism.org  

ATLAS SCHOOL

Student Profile: Autism, Communication & Learning Challenges, Dev. Differences 
Grades: 
Age Group: 7 - 21
Class Ratio:  6:2:1
Related Services:  SLP, OT, CO, Music Therapy, Phys. Ed
Funding: Private-Carter Funded and Limited Number of Connors Funding
Term: 12 month
# of students: 23

8101 Ridge Boulevard 

Brooklyn, NY 11209

718-833-9090

Admissions Coordinator: Alissa Roeder

Email: aroeder@bayridgeprep.org 

BAY RIDGE PREPARATORY SCHOOL

Student Profile: average to above average IQ, 2- 3 yrs delayed in math and/or reading, speech/language LD, ADHD/ADD Executive functioning
Grades: 6-12
Age Group: 11-18
Class Ratio: Varies according to need
Related Services: SLP, CO
Term: 10 month
Funding: Carter/Connors
# of students:
**Notes**
K-12 mainstream with a “bridge” program for LD students as per profile above which begins in 6th grade. We are on occasion able to accept lower school students (except Kindergarten) into the Bridge program based on profile and make up of current class.

220 E 50th Street

New York, NY 10022

Telephone (212) 755-6666

Contact Nicole Harris

E-mail nicoleh@beekmanschool.org 

THE BEEKMAN SCHOOL

Student Profile: Students with learning disabilities, International students, those who require scheduling flexibility due to personal/professional obligations outside of school, students who thrive in small learning environments, and those who simply need a comfortable intermediate step before pursuing other opportunities
Grades: 9-12 (8th grade and post high school classes are available by request)
Age Group: 13-18+
Class Ratio: Beekman School 7:1 (max 10), Tutoring School 1:1 (max 3)
Related Services: Learning Specialist, College/Post Graduation Counseling
Term: 10 Month
Funding: *Need and merit-based tuition assistance is available 
# of students:
Notes: Tutoring School – Classes can be taken during Fall, Spring, and Summer and run at the student’s pace, ending when they have met mastery criteria. Hourly rate based on type of service. Single Class – The Tutoring School: pro-rated based on start date.

57 Willoughby Street, 3rd Floor

Brooklyn, NY 11201

718-554-1027

Executive Director: Jana Levin 

Email: jlevin@brooklynautismcenter.org

BROOKLYN AUTISM CENTER

Student Profile: Children/adolescents with ASD requiring 1:1
Grades: N/A
Age Group: 5-21
Class Ratio: 1:1 ABA
Related Services: None
Term: 12 month
Funding: private pay/Carter
# of students: 21

587 Main Street 

Roosevelt Island, NY 10044

Phone: (212) 223-5055

Admissions Director: Marisa O’Brien

Email: admissions@thechildschool.org

CHILD SCHOOL/ LEGACY HIGH SCHOOL

Student Profile: Autism, OHI, ED, LD, S/L
Grades: K-12
Age Group: 5 – 21
Class Ratio: (K) 6:1:1 1st-5th grade   8:1:1      6th – 12th grade 12:1:1 
Related Services: S/L, OT, PT & CO
Term: 12 month
Tuition/Funding – NPS
# students: 294

317 East 50th Street

NY, NY 10022 

Phone: 646-823-9911

Director of Admissions: Jordan Wishner 

Email: jwishner@childrensacademynyc.org 

Phone: 646-823-9911 

CHILDREN'S ACADEMY

Student Profile: Speech and Language Delays
Grades: K – 12
Age Group: 4.5+ 
Class Ratio: 6:2:1 (SLP) 
Related Services: SLP, OT, reading
Term: 12 month 
# students: 57

301 East 29th Street

NYC 10016

212-722-0610 

Bob Thomas, Director of Enrollment Management and Communications 

Email: rthomas@churchillschoolnyc.org

Sarah Szen, Director of Admissions/Assistant Director of Communications

Email: sszen@churchillschoolnyc.org

CHURCHILL SCHOOL AND CENTER

Student Profile: Average to above IQ Language based LD
Grades: K – 12
Age Group:  5 – 18
Class Ratio: 12:1:1
Related Services: SLP, OT, CO
Term: 10 month
Tuition/Funding: Transitioning to a fully independent school.  New students entering 2021-2022 will be privately enrolled.  Financial aid available and Connor's funding considered
# students: 397

11 West Forest Avenue

Teaneck, NJ 07666
Tel: 201-837-8070

Director: Christine Gill
Email: cgill@communityschool.us  

Admissions: Donna LaTour

dlatour@communityschool.us 

COMMUNITY SCHOOL - LOWER SCHOOL

Student Profile: Average IQ language based LD, SLI, OHI 
Grades: 3-8
Age Group: 7-15
Class Ratio: 12:1:1
Related Services: SLP, counseling
Term: 10 month 
Tuition/Funding NYS Approved NPS 
# students: 136

1135 Teaneck Rd

Teaneck, NJ 07626

201-862-1796

Contact: Toby Braunstein

Email: tbraunstein@communityschool.k12.nj.us

COMMUNITY SCHOOL - HIGH SCHOOL

Student profile:  Average IQ language based LD, SLI, OHI
Grades: 9-12
Age group: 14-21
Related service: SLP, Counseling, OT
Term: 10 month
# students: 178

1713 Madison Avenue

New York, NY 10029

Tel: 646-273-5555  | Fax: 212-995-1989

Director of Admissions: Billy English
Email: benglish@cookeschool.org  | web: www.cookeschool.org

Admissions Associate: Gail Gerzetic
Email: ggerzetic@cookeschool.org

COOKE SCHOOL

Student Profile: Students with mild to moderate cognitive or developmental disabilities that severely impact their acquisition of academic, social and daily living skills. Our program is also very effective for students with severe language-based disabilities that significantly affect their development of academic and social skills. 
Grades: K - 12
Age Group: 5 – 21
Class Ratio: 12:2:2
Related Services: SLP, OT, PT, CO
Term: 10 month, optional summer
# students: 300

124 West 95th St.

New York, NY 10025

Tel: 212-605-3244

COO: Abigail Weiss
Email: aweiss@manhattanchildrenscenter.org    

Head of Admissions: Patricia Paloma
Email: ppaloma@manhattanchildrenscenter.org 

CROSSBRIDGE AT MANHATTAN CHILDRENS CENTER

Student Profile: ASD, speech and language delays, sensory integrations disorder, learning disabilities, ADHD/ADD 
Grades: K - 8
Age Group: 4-12 year old
Class Ratio: 8:1:3 and 8:1:2
Related Services: SLP, OT
Term: 12 month
Funding: Carter/Connor 
# students: 31

45 Glenville Road

Greenwich, CT 06831

Sue Rappaport

Email: s.rappaport@eaglehill.org

EAGLE HILL SCHOOL

Student Profile: Language Based Learning Differences
Grades: K-9
Age Group: 5-14
Class ratio: average of 4:1
Related Services; SLP, CO, OT consult, Motor Training
Term: 10 month, summer program
# of students:
Availability: 2020-21 average 60 open spots each Fall

450 Park Avenue South, 9th floor

New York, NY 10016

212-326-9522; 561-718-3052


157 Columbus Avenue 3rd Floor

New York, NY 10023

212-362-1014


1 Metrotech Center North 

Suite 1004

Brooklyn, NY 11201

718-522-3286 

Director of Admissions & Outreach: Jacob Phillips jphillips@fusionacademy.com  

FUSION ACADEMY

Student Profile: LD, ADHD, Anxiety Gifted, Chronic illness
Grades: 6 – 12 (accepts younger using home schooling curriculum)
Age Group: 12 - 18
Class Ratio: 1:1
Related Services: None  
Term:  12 month 
# students: 70 at Park Avenue
60 at Lincoln Center
60 at Brooklyn campus
Fusion is a private, alternative school, serving grades 6-12. All of our classes are taught 1-to-1, one teacher, one student per classroom. Our 1-to-1 teaching allows our teachers to completely customize and individualize each class. Our teachers have experience working with students with different learning styles and strengths. Fusion also has a learning center division. We see students for academic tutoring, test prep, enrichment and study skills

211 West 61st Street, NY NY 10023

212-777-5966 


Admissions Director: Ellen Grayson

Email: admissions@gatewayschool.org

Associate Director of Admissions and Placement: Danielle Tandet

Email: dtandet@gatewayschool.org

Admissions Associate: Paula Wallace

Email: PWallace@Gatewayschool.org

THE GATEWAY SCHOOL

Student Profile: Students with Language Based Learning Disabilities (with areas of Above Average Intelligence). Will accept language impaired, learning disabled, and OHI with no primary emotional or behavioral issues.
Grades: Lower School – Not graded, but grouped by age; Middle School, 5th – 8th grade
Age Group: 5 – 14
Class Ratio: Lower School 11:1:1, Middle School 11:1
Related Services: SLP, OT & Social Development 
Term:  10 month
# of students: 200

Nassau County

307 Eagle Avenue

West Hempstead, NY 11552      

Tel: 631-385-3342  Fax: 516-564-5064

West Hills

21 Sweet Hollow Road

West Hills, NY 11746

Tel: 516-986-9580   

Founder: Kevin Gersh

Email:  kgersh@gershacademy.org   

Director of Admissions: Delphine Lenoir

Email: dlenoir@GershAutism.com

Admissions Coordinator: Nadege Innocent

Email: ninnoncent@gershacademy.org    

Legal Admissions Coordinator: Yvonne Waskewicz

Email: ywaskewicz@gershacademy.org                                                  

GERSH ACADEMY - LONG ISLAND

NASSAU COUNTY

Student Profile: Neurobiological Disorders, Autism Spectrum

Grades: K – 12, Transition 18-21 yrs.

Age Group: 5 - 21

Class Ratio: 6:1:1, 8:1:1

Related service: SLP, OT, PT, CO, Parent Training

Term: 10 month, 12 month

Funding: Carter/Connors plus related services

# students: 156


WEST HILLS                    

Student Profile: Neurobiological Disorders, Autism Spectrum

Grades: K – 12, Transition 18-21 yrs.

Age Group: 5 - 21

Class Ratio: 6:1:1, 8:1:1

Related service: SLP, OT, PT, CO, Parent Training

Term: 10 month, 12 month

Funding: Carter/Connors plus related services

# students: 30

1 Verney Dr

Greenfield, New Hampshire 03047

Tel: 516-986-9580  Fax: 516-564-5064


Founder: Kevin Gersh

Email:  kgersh@gershacademy.org   

Director of Admissions: Delphine Lenoir

Email: dlenoir@GershAutism.com

GERSH ACADEMY – CROTCHED MOUNTAIN RESIDENTIAL SCHOOL

Student Profile: Neurobiological Disorders, Autism Spectrum, Deaf-Blindness, Developmental Delay, Emotional Disturbance, Hearing Impairments, Intellectual Disability, Multiple Disabilities, Orthopedic Impairment, Other Health Impairments, Specific Learning Disability, Speech Language Impairments, Traumatic Brain Injury and Visual Impairments.
Grades: K – 12, Transition 18-21 yrs.
Age Group: 5 - 21
Class Ratio: 6:1:1, 8:1:1
Related service: SLP, OT, PT, CO, Parent Training
Term: 10 month, 12 month
# students: 50

410 East 92nd Street
NY, NY 10128
212-831-3667
Director of Admissions: Julian Parham Santana (x219)
Email: julian@gillenbrewer.com  
Admissions Officer: Susan Finkelstein (x207) 

Email: susan@gillenbrewer.com

GILLEN BREWER SCHOOL

Student Profile: Comprised of students with language impairment, gross/fine motor needs, sensory issues, language-based and non-verbal learning disabilities, social/emotional issues, ASD, executive functioning issues. Can also accommodate medically fragile students.
Grades: Ungraded
Age Group: 2.8 - 5 (Preschool), 5-10 (School-Age)
Class Ratio: 8:1:2 (Preschool), 10:1:2 (School-Age); 6:1:2 (School-Age)
Related Services: SLP, OT, CO
Term: 12 month

Funding: Carter/Connor
2020-2021 Student Capacity: 82

121 East 30th Street

New York, NY 10016

212-679-4319

Contact: Joel Maute

Email: joel@happyhour4kids.com

Jonathan Trichter

Email: jonathan@happyhour4kids.com

HAPPY HOUR 4 KIDS

Student profile: Two types of ASD profiles (mild to severe), which includes high functioning autism and related behavioral challenges, as well as ADHD, anxiety, language disorders, depression and medically fragile students.

Grades: Ungraded

Ages: 3-12

Class ratio: 1:1 

Related Services: SLP, OT, PT, CO

Term: 12 month

Funding: Carter/Connors

# of Students: 30


Notes:  ABA focused 12-month full day (30+ hr/week) program promoting 1:1 treatment within a group setting.  We handle children with behaviors and focus on addressing them as well as pushing academics.  The goal for some students is to transition to a less restrictive environment over time.

270 Lake Ave.

Greenwich, CT 06830

475-258-9930

Contact:   Jonathan Trichter

Email: jonathan@hubbardday.com

Ashley Coelho

Email: ashley@hubbardday.com

HUBBARD DAY

Student profile:   We serve a wide variety of profiles, including mild to moderate ASD as well as genetic disorders and other atypical students with moderate to severe impairments.

Grades: Ungraded

Ages: 5-21

Class ratio: 1:1 

Related Services: SLP, OT, PT, CO, Vocational

Term: 12 month

Availability: Rolling admission and current availability


Notes:  A special education 12-month school with ABA (30+ hr/week) offering 1:1 treatment within a group setting.  We handle children with a wide variety of diagnoses, including ASD, and will take some behaviors, focusing on addressing them while pushing academics, life skills and vocational transitional training for our older students.

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1458 East 14th Street

Brooklyn, NY 11230

718-376-8882 ext.127

Head of School: Elisa Chrem

Email: echrem@imagineacademy.com

IMAGINE ACADEMY

School Profile: ASD requiring 1:1
Age Group: 3 – 21
Class ratio: 4/6 students in 1:1
Related Services: DIR/FT, ST, OT, PT, ABA, MT, AT
Term: 12 month
Funding: Carter/Connors
# of students: 40

Lower School Admissions (K-5)

314 W. 91st Street

New York, NY 10024

212-769-1699 


Middle and High School Admissions (6-12, 18-21 program)

270 W. 89th Street

New York, NY 10024


Director of Admissions: Lori Murphy

Email: lmurphy@theidealschool.org

IDEAL SCHOOL OF MANHATTAN

School Profile: Inclusion – standard & special education
Dylan Program:  1:1 mobility or cognitive challenges, 270 minutes of services per week
Zenith Program: 180 minutes of services per week
Standard Program – no support
Grades: K – 12 and an 18-21 transitions program
Age Group: 5 – 21
Class ratio: 3:1
Related Services: SLP, OT, PT, CO
Term: 10 month
Tuition/Funding: Independent, not for profit, financial aid available for Standard Program
# students 203

101 West 116th Street

New York, NY 10026

212-787-8315 

www.ihopenyc.org 

Associate Program Director: Mayra Diaz

Email: mdiaz@ihopenyc.org 

INTERNATIONAL ACADEMY OF HOPE (IHOPE)

School Profile: students with traumatic brain injury and brain based disorder
Age Group: 5 – 21
Class ratio: 6:1:1/8:1:1
Related Services: SLP, OT, PT, AT, Vision, Hearing
Term: 12 month/extended day
Funding: Carter/Connors
# of students: 77
Availability: open

331 West 25th Street 

NY, NY 1001

212-229-1715

Head of School: Ivy Feldman

Email: ifeldman@keswellschool.org 

THE KESWELL SCHOOL

Student Profile: children/adolescents with ASD requiring 1:1 ratio. 
Age Group: 3 – 21
Class Ratio: 5/6 students in 1:1 
Related Services: ABA model all day, SLP, OT, CO
Term: 12 month, 8:45am – 4:45pm  school day
# of students: 51

26 Broadway, Suite 900

NY, NY 10004

Phone: 212-977-7777

Head of School: Micaela Bracamonte

Email: micaela.bracamonte@thelangschool.org

Director for Admissions and Program: Reid Kuioka

Email: reid.kuioka@thelangschool.org

THE LANG SCHOOL

Student Profile: Twice Exceptional (2e) students. Academically/creatively gifted students with variety of diagnostic profiles.
Grades: K – 12
Age Group: 5 - 21
Class Ratio: 12:2
Related service: SLP, OT & sensory gym, doctoral level school psychs., learning specialists, integrated tutoring program ("Basis"), 1:1 talent development, college counseling
Term: 10 month
Funding: Carter/Connors
# students: 60

247 East 20th Street

NY, NY 10003

212-239-4926

Head of School: Margaret Poggi

Email: MPoggi@learningspring.org

Admissions Coordinator Wing See Har

Email: whar@learningspring.org

LEARNING SPRING SCHOOL

Student Profile: Autism Spectrum
Grades: K - 8
Age Group: 5-14
Class ratio: K-5 is 8:1:2   6 – 8 is 12:1:2
Related Services:  SLP, OT, CO, PT
Term: 12 month
Funding: NYSED approved non-public school; also accept private funding 
# of students: 108

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353 West 17th Street

New York, NY 10011

212-929-8660

Executive Director AND Admissions: Harry Gonzalez 

Email: harry.gonzalez@lorgeschool.org

Principal/Instructional Supervisor:  Edwin Alexander

Email: edwin.alexander@lorgeschool.org

Supervisor of Clinical Services: Ellen Mollen 

Email: ellen.mollen@lorgeschool.org

LORGE SCHOOL

Student Profile:  LD, ED, OHI
Age Group: 5-21 
Funding: NYS Approved Funded School
# of students: 96
Term: 12 month, summer program

24-20 Parsons Boulevard

Whitestone, New York 11357

718-352-3525

Principal: Elizabeth Simona 

Email: esimona@thelowellschool.com

Director of Admissions: Alicia A. Devins

Email: adevins@thelowellschool.com

LOWELL SCHOOL (ELEMENTARY/MIDDLE SCHOOL)

Student Profile: LD, SI, OHI (ADHD) average cognitive potential, Fragile ED, ASD High Functioning including Asperger’s/Autism
Grades: 3 – 8
Age Group: Graded Program – turning 8 yr to 14 yr old
Related services: SLP, OT, PT, CO
Class Ratio: 12:1:1
Funding: NYS Approved funded school
# of students: 117
Term: 10 month, Summer Program
**Notes**
Multi-Sensory learning environment with individual 1:1 reading program to remediate deficits in decoding; Fluency and comprehension

142-45 58th Road

Flushing, NY 11355

718-445-4222 

Principal: Irene Psilocin 

Email: ipsilakis@thelowellschool.com 

Director of Admissions: Paul Phillips 

Email: pphillips@thelowellschool.com 

LOWELL HIGH SCHOOL

Student Profile: LD, SI, OHI (ADHD), ED (fragile, needs small nurturing environment), Autism (high functioning ASD) 
Grades: 9-12 
Age Group: 14-21
Class Ratio: 12:1:1
Related Services: SLP, OT, PT, CO
Term: 10 month, Summer Program
Funding: NYS Approved Funded School
# of students: 144
**Notes**
NYS Regents Approved and Accredited 
High % of students go to college 
Afterschool interscholastic sports (Metro League) and afterschool programs/clubs

111 West 92nd St. 

New York, NY 10025

212-749-4604

Contact: Abigail Weiss, COO

Email: aweiss@manhattanchildrenscenter.org

Educational: Amy Davies Lackey

Email: alackey@manhattanchildcenter.org 

Head of Admissions: Patricia Paloma Ppaloma@manhattanchildrenscenter.org

MANHATTAN CHILDREN’S CENTER

Student Profile: ASD or with similar needs requiring high teacher to student ratio and/or 1:1
Age Group:  5-21
Class ratio:  6/7 students in 1:1 or 8:1:3 or 10:1:2
Related Services:  SLP, OT
Term: 12 month
Funding: Private – Carter/Connor
# of students: 82

180 Amsterdam Avenue (Lower School)

150 Amsterdam Avenue (Upper School)

New York, NY 

646 795 3850

Contact: Alix Ginsburg

Email: Alix.Ginsburg@yai.org and MSAAdmissions@yai.org 

www.manhattanstaracademy.org 

MANHATTAN STAR ACADEMY

Student Profile: Included but not limited to global developmental delays, autism spectrum disorder, genetic disorders, ADHD, speech and language delays, complex communication needs and neurodevelopmental disabilities. MSA has gained a reputation for customized learning programs that promote independence, self-confidence, and life skills.

Grades: Preschool- High School
Age Group:  3-21
Class ratio:  6:1:1 or 8:1:2 or 10:1:2
Related Services:  SP, OT, PT, Feeding, Vision, CO, HES, AAC
Term: 10 months, summer program (12 month programming)
Funding: Carter/Connors
# students: 140

20 Bergen Street

Brooklyn, NY

718-625-3939

Director of Admissions: Susan Jackson

Email: susanj@mmfsnyc.org

Assistant Director of Admissions: Pam Cotto

Email: admissions@mmfsnyc.org

MARY MCDOWELL FRIENDS SCHOOL

Student Profile: Language-based LD, mild ADHD
Grades: K - 12
Age Group: 5 and up
Class Ratio:  10:2 - 11:2 (lower school); 12:2 (middle school); 5:1 to 12:2 (upper school)
Related Services: SLP, OT         
Term: 10 month
# students: 404

831 Eagle Avenue

Bronx, NY 10456

718-665-2760 ext. 2015

Contact: Ayodele Saromi

Email: asaromi@lssny.org

THE NEW LIFE SCHOOL

Student Profile: ED, Speech & Language, OHI, MR, Autism, LD
Grades: 3 - 12
Age Group: 8 - 21
Class ratio:  12:1:2
Related Services:  SLP, OT, CO
Term: 12 month
Tuition/Funding: NYS Approved Funded School
# of students: 145

48 West 74th Street

NYC 10023

212-721-8888 ext. 114

Administrative Director: Albina Miller

Email: amiller@parksideschool.org 

Admissions Director: Rachel Vannucci

rvannucci@parksideschool.org

Exit Admissions: Katie Bassett 

KBassett@parksideschool.org 

PARKSIDE SCHOOL

Student Profile: Language-based learning differences
Grades: K - 5
Age Group: 5 - 11 
Class Ratio: 8:1:1
Related Services: OT, SLP, CO
Funding: NPS Funded 
# of students: 82
Term: 10 month, Summer Program

51 Potterville Road 

Pottersville, NJ 07979 

(908) 439-2154

Olivia Hunt, Associate Director of Admission and Outreach 

Contact: ohunt@purnell.org

Meghan Coates, Admissions Associate 

Contact: mcoates@purnell.org

PURNELL SCHOOL

Student Profile: Adolescent girls with dyslexia, dyscalculia, dysgraphia, ADHD, executive functioning challenges, auditory processing disorder, and other language and attention-based learning differences.
Grades: 9-12 & Post-Graduate 
Age Group: Adolescent girls 
Student to Teacher Ratio: 4:1 
Related Services: Differentiated Instruction, Learning & Enrichment Center, English & Math Foundations, Executive Function Coaching, Flipped Learning, Advisory Program, Psychologist-in-residence, Counseling services, College Guidance, Purnell Plus Program (suite of services with additional fee) 
# of students: 50
Term: 10 month Academic Year

25 Pine Street (Early Childhood and Lower School) 

80 Maiden Lane (Upper School)

646-649-3913

Director of Admissions and Outreach: Anna Christodoulou, Psy.D.

Email: achristodoulou@quadprep.org

www.quadprep.org

THE QUAD PREPARATORY SCHOOL

Student Profile: Twice Exceptional (gifted with Aspergers, ADHD, NLVD, Social Communication D/O, anxiety, especially those who would benefit from Social Thinking Curriculum developed/coached by Michele Garcia Winner
Grades:  K-12
Age Group: 4-18
Class Ratio 50% 1:1instruction, varying groups of 10 students with 1-2 head teachers:1 psychosocial teacher, 1 associate teacher and 1:1 assistant teachers (varies)
Related service: SLP, OT, CO, Social Thinking Curriculum, Tools of Mind executive functioning
Term: 10 month 
# of students: 183

40 East 30th Street

New York, NY 10016

212-810-4120 ext. 234

Admissions Director: Elizabeth O’Shea

Email: eoshea@rebeccaschool.org

REBECCA SCHOOL

Student Profile: Autism Spectrum Disorders, Neuro-Dev., delays with relating/communicating
Age Group: 3 - 21
Class Ratio: 2:1
Related Services: SLP, OT, PT, CO, Music Therapy, DIR/Floortime
Term: 12 month
Funding: Carter/Connors 
# of students: 157

25 East 104th Street

NYC, NY 10029

Phone: 212-289-4872 ext. 1416

Fax: 212-534-1673

Coordinator of Pupil Personnel Services: Jeanine Soulet

Email: jeanine.soulet@reeceschool.org 

REECE SCHOOL

Student Profile: SI, ED, LD & OHI. Students should demonstrate average to above cognitive functioning. They may demonstrate difficulty in one or more sensory areas and may have difficulty responding to social cues in a developmentally appropriate manner. Students entering Reece turning 5 should be completely toilet trained and perform activities of daily living with minimal or no assistance. They should also demonstrate readiness skills appropriate for ELA and Math.
Grades: K-8
Age Group: 5 – 14
Class Ratio: 6:1:1, 8:1:1, 12:1:1
Related Services: SLP, OT, PT, CO
Term: 12 month
Funding: NYS Approved Funded School
# of students: 130

24 West 74th Street

New York, NY 10023

Phone: 212-787-6400   ext 214

Director of Admissions: Joe Surak 

Email: jsurak@stevenson-school.org 

Assistant Admissions Director: Soeurette Morley

Email: smorley@stevenson-school.org

Director of External Affairs and Program Innovation: Jerry Pavlon-Blum

Email: jpavlonblum@stevenson-school.org 

ROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON SCHOOL

Student Profile: College bound students with therapeutic needs. Typical diagnoses include depression, anxiety, ADHD and co-occurring conditions; Mild to moderate LDs. 
Grades: 7-12
Age Group: 12-18
Class Ratio: 7:1
Related Services: DBT-based psychological services; Learning Specialists
Term: 10 month, summer program
# of students: 80

3151 Stoney Street

Mohegan Lake, NY 10547

Telephone 914-585-0110

Lauren Koffler, Head of Admissions and Communications

Email: lkoffler@shruboak.org

SHRUB OAK INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL

Student Profile: Children, adolescents, and young adults on the autism spectrum who face complex challenges and have high personal-attention needs. Typical diagnoses include Autism Spectrum Disorder; Social Pragmatic Disorder; Nonverbal Learning Disability; Reactive Attachment Disorder; ADHD; Developmental/Intellectual Disability; Dual Diagnoses of Autism and Co-Occurring Conditions including Visual and Hearing Impairments; and other related disorders. Our students benefit from small class size, high teacher-to-student ratio and nurturing structured student-life activities. Some of our students will plan to pursue college or enter a meaningful career following secondary school. Many of our students may have difficulty with social interaction, executive functioning, and abstract non-literal communication. They may experience sensory integration challenges, such as under- or over-active responses to sensory stimulation. Our students are not involved in substance abuse. 
Grades: K-12 and beyond (multiple programs under one roof) 
Age group: 7-30 
Class ratio: 2:1 student-to-teacher with no more than 8 students per class; Founders program ratio is 1:1, and classes are capped at 4 students. 
Related Services:  SLP OT PT CO Other: Clinical Music Therapy (As we are a boarding school, we also have nurses, nurse practitioners, nutritionists, and psychologists on staff.) 
Term: 12 month 
Boarding/Day Program
At capacity can house 391 students: 300 boarding students and 91 day students.

655 West 254th Street, Riverdale, NY 10471

Contact Aura Lurie

Telephone 347-274-3634

E-mail: alurie@sinaischools.org 

SINAI SCHOOLS AT SAR ACADEMY

Student Profile: Large range of complex learning disabilities and special needs
Grades: 1-8
Age group: Elementary
Class ratio: 5-9 students, 3 teachers
Related Services:         SLP, OT, PT, CO, Other: APE, Art Therapy, Music Therapy
Term:      10 month          
# of students: 14

131 West 86th Street

New York, NY 10024

212-879-6354

Head of School: Karen Smith   ksmith@smithschool.org

Assistant Head of School: Allison Kellner allison@smithschool.org

THE SMITH SCHOOL

Student Profile: LD, ADD/ADHD, Emotionally Sensitive, Gifted, Executive Functioning Challenges, college bound, Students with social-emotional sensitivities

Grades:  6 – 12

Age Group: 11-19

Class Ratio: 5:1

Related Services: SLP, CO – Individual & group

Term: 10 month, summer program 

Funding: Carter/Connor

# of students: 50

Notes: College Preparatory - Counseling & Advisement

             Summer Sessions: June, July, & August (3 weeks per session, Monday-Thursday)

             - Students earn ½ credit per session for credit recovery, enrichment or remediation. Available for grades 6-12.

            - academic coaching and executive functioning skillbuilding 

             Parent Workshops (monthly)

148 West 90th Street

NY, NY 10024

212-787-7070 

Director of Admissions: Juliana May

Email: jmay@stephengaynor.org

Director of Educational Evaluations for Admissions: Mindy Stern

Email: mstern@stephengaynor.org 

Associate Director of Admissions: Roberta Hirsch  

Email: rhirsch@stephengaynor.org  

STEPHEN GAYNOR SCHOOL

Student Profile: Average to above average intelligence with language-based learning disabilities
Grades: Pre K - 8
Age Group: 3 – 14 
Class Ratio: 11:2
Related Services: SLP, OT
Term: 10 months
# of students: 390
Funding: Independent-Carter Funded

134 Atlantic Ave.

Brooklyn NY 11201

917-909-0942

Director: Ruth Arberman

Email: sterlingschool@msn.com

STERLING SCHOOL

Student Profile: Dyslexia, Language Based LD, educationally fragile
Grades: 2nd - 6th 
Age Group: 8 – 12
Class Ratio: 9:2
Related Services: SLP, CO, Orton Gillingham 1:1 or 1:2
Term: 10 month
Funding: Carter/Connors
# of students: 48
Notes: small group for math & writing, multi-sensory approach to all curriculums

187-30 Grand Central Parkway

Jamaica Estates, NY 11432

Phone: 718-264-2931 ext. 206

Admissions Director: Nancy Morgenroth

Email: nmorgenroth@summitqueens.com

SUMMIT SCHOOL

Student Profile: Average to superior IQ, LD, Fragile, anxious student with LD or ED classification, OHI
Grades: 3 – 8 (Lower School), 9 – 12 (Upper School)
Class Ratio: 12:1:1.5
Related Services: SLP, OT, CO
Term: 
Funding: NYS Approved Funded School 
# of students: 276

100 Glen Cove Avenue

Glen Cove, NY 11542 

Coordinator of Admissions: Dr. Helene Mermelstein, Psy D

Telephone: 516-609-2000 Ext. 132 

E-Mail:  HMermelstein@Tiegerman.org

THE TIEGERMAN SCHOOL

Student Profile: Majority of our students have classifications of: SPL, Autism, LD, and OHI
Grades: PS High School – 4 Buildings
Age Group: 
Class Ratio: 12:2:2; 12:1:3; Woodside Program- 6:1:3; 8:1:2; 10:1:1 
Related Services:
SLP, OT, PT, CO      Elementary 
SLP, OT, CO             Middle School
SLP, CO                    High School
SLP, OT, PT, CO      Woodside Program
Term: 12 month            
Funding: NYS Approved Funded School
# of students:

90 John Street

New York, NY 10038

646-756-4103

Contact: Natalie Brandefine

Email: nbrandefine@thetitusschool.com 

212-787-7070 

THE TITUS SCHOOL

Student Profile: ASD, ADHD, Genetic Disorders, Language/Learning difficulties
Age Group: 5 - 21
Class Ratio: 1:1, 2:1
Related Services: SLP, OT, PT, CO, Art Therapy, APE, ABA
Term: 12 months
Funding: Carter/very limited Connors
# of students: 51

255 West 71st Street

NYC 10023

212-873-5780

Admission Head: Jennifer Greene Susser, LCSW

Email: admissions@westenddayschool.org

WEST END DAY SCHOOL

Student Profile: Students with average to above average intelligence in need of a small therapeutic setting to address language, learning and social/emotional challenges.
Grades: K - 6
Age Group: 4.6 – 13
Class Ratio: 10:1:1
Related Services: SLP, OT, Adaptive PE, CO for student/parents
Term: 10 month, Summer Program for 5 – 9 yr olds
Funding: Carter/limited Connors
# of students: 48

1275 Mamaroneck Avenue

White Plains, NY 10605

Phone: 914-949-6968

Director of Admissions: ToniAnn Hutchison

Email: thutchison@thewindwardschool.org

Assistant Director of Admissions: Tristes Dunn

Email: tdunn@thewindwardschool.org 

Coordinator of Admissions: Robin McDonough

Email: mcdonough@thewindwardschool.org

Coordinator of Admissions: Carly Lillo

Email: clillo@thewindwardschool.org

THE WINDWARD SCHOOL

Student Profile: at least average intelligence with language-based learning disabilities, free from emotional and behavioral problems that would interfere with learning
Grades: 1 – 9 (Lower & Middle School)
Class Ratio: 4:1
Related Services: None
Term: 10 month, Summer Program
Funding: offer financial aid
# of students: Windward Manhattan – 348
Westchester Lower School – 293
Westchester Middle School – 302

126 West 17th Street

NYC, NY  10011

646-638-2705 

Head of School: Sandy Hagerty

Email: shagerty@winstonprep.edu

Director of Admissions: Alyson Walmsley

Email: awalmsley@winstonprep.edu

Assistant Director of Admissions: Becca Kaplan

Email: rkaplan@winstonprep.edu

WINSTON PREP

Student Profile: NLD, EF, Dyslexia 
Grades 3 – 12
Class Ratio: 10:1 
Related Services: none
Term: 10 month, summer program for Winston/Non- Winston students
# of students: 228
**Notes**
Students grouped by learning profile, not by grade

240 Madison Avenue, 14th Floor

New York, NY 10016

646-869-4600

Contact: John Civita, Head of School

Email: jcivita@winstonprep.edu  

Admissions Director: Lauren Kellner

Email: lkellner@winstonprep.edu

WINSTON TRANSITIONS

Student Profile: NLD, EF, Dyslexia, social emotional needs 
Age: 17-21
Class Ratio: 4/5:1 
Related Services: none
Term: 10 month, summer Focus program for returning and incoming Transitions students is an option. 
# of students: 45
**Notes**
Students grouped by learning profile, focus on independence for life, work and higher education. Essential elements: Goal setting, internships, academic support, counseling and social emotional growth and support.

57 West Rocks Road 

Norwalk, CT 06851

(203) 229-0465 x5600

Director of Admissions: Michelle Rolfe

Email:  mrolfe@winstonprep.edu

WINSTON PREP - CT

Student Profile: Language-Based, Nonverbal Learning Disorders, Executive Functioning
Age: 4-12th grade
Class Ratio: average 10 students in a class, max of 12 (3:1 ratio when factoring in Focus class)
Related Services: Daily 1:1 Instructional period; all related services integrated into program
Term: 10 mo
Funding: FA available
# of students: 125

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