Newgrange is a nonprofit educational institution with over 35 years experience providing learning opportunities to students with related learning differences.
Under the leadership of Dr. Gordon Sherman, Executive Director, Newgrange is a internationally known and respected educational institution for people with learning disabilities. Newgrange delivers state-of-the-art services in a cost-effective, financially prudent manner.
The Newgrange School of Princeton, Inc. was founded in 1977 and is a State of New Jersey approved school for students ages 7 through 21 with language-based learning differences. The Newgrange School Campus is located at 526 South Olden Avenue in Hamilton, NJ
The Newgrange Education Center, recently renamed the Ann Robinowitz Education Center, was founded in 1991 and is located in Princeton, at 407 Nassau Street at Cedar Lane in Princeton, NJ.
History of the Newgrange name:
Newgrange takes its name from an ancient site in Ireland. Approaching it, the visitor sees only the rolling hills common to that area. Under the hills of Newgrange, however, lies a prehistoric site of remarkable artistic and historic significance.
Just as there is little indication of the hidden treasure within the Irish Newgrange, people with learning disabilities often give no outward indication of their extraordinary intelligence and talents. Newgrange helps bring these treasures to light!
Laurel School of Princeton opened its doors in 2012. It is the newest component of the Newgrange family of services that focuses exclusively on developmental dyslexia. The new school benefits from the expertise of the Newgrange School and the Newgrange Education Center, recently renamed the Ann Robinowitz Education Center. For further information visit the Laurel School web site http://www.laurelschoolprinceton.org/