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Accredited Special Education School For Hamilton, NJ

For over 40 years, the Newgrange School in Hamilton, NJ has been a leader among special education schools. We have the dedicated and trained staff, teaching atmosphere, and focus on the individual student that prepares special needs children for the world.

Overview of The Newgrange School

The Newgrange School is a private, non-profit education facility dedicated to empowering people with learning differences. We employ an evidence-based, multisensory approach to education, creating a comfortable atmosphere for educational and social opportunities. Our program is dedicated to the well-being of every student, which is why we have group and individual therapies in order to ensure every student gets a chance to thrive in the environment in which they are most comfortable.

Our Students And The Areas We Serve

The Newgrange School is a New Jersey Department of Education approved special education school. We serve and receive funding for students from 37 school districts including Mercer, Somerset, Monmouth, Burlington, Middlesex, and other surrounding counties in New Jersey and Eastern Pennsylvania. We provide developmentally challenged students in grades 2-12+ individually-focused education and developmental support to acquire the skills and confidence they need to live as empowered adults. For children with learning challenges, autism spectrum disorders, Asperger's Syndrome, non-verbal learning differences, and/or dyslexia, as well as their parents, The Newgrange School in Hamilton, NJ is an ideal, accredited special education resource. Our compassionate, family-like environment includes a curriculum of specialized programs such as:

  • Dyslexia programs
  • Orton-Gillingham & Wilson Reading methodologies (cognitive skill building)
  • Non-verbal learning program (Social Strides)
  • Intensive transition program (preparation for college/life post-Newgrange)
  • ILS (Independent Living Studio, for household skills)
  • Super Seniors (supplemental year of preparation)

Why Choose The Newgrange School?

At the Newgrange School, we are more than just a traditional education facility. We want to teach our students skills like cooking, laundry, and other necessary abilities needed to lead an independent life. Our educational and administrative staff, including among them two science PhDs, understands and cares about our students' special needs. We are now proudly accredited by the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools, and the New Jersey Association of Independent Schools, along with our sister school, The Laurel School of Princeton, Designed for the Dyslexic Mind, and the newly named Ann Robinowitz Education Center (formerly Newgrange Education Center), which provides professional development, dyslexia training and testing, evaluations, consulting, and tutoring.

As a special education school, the Newgrange School focuses on the needs and strengths of every child, building their confidence and preparing them for the world. Explore our site to learn more about programs, staff, and possibilities and take the first step to give your child a foundation for life.

Upcoming Events

Violence Awareness Week
October 19, 2018 03:54 PM to 03:54 PM

Professional Development: EARLY DISMISSAL
October 24, 2018 03:12 PM to 03:12 PM

Fall Family Fun Night
October 26, 2018

November 8, 2018

AlertAnti-Bullying Coordinator, Howard Kaplan, Supervisor hkaplan@thenewgrange.org, 609-584-1800 x 238

The Laurel School of Princeton, the Newgrange School and the Ann Robinowitz Education Center are all parts of The Newgrange School of Princeton, Inc., a registered 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization.  Please visit our websites to learn more about us: www.laurelschoolprinceton.org;  www.thenewgrange.org; www.robinowitzcenter.org.

The Ann Robinowitz Education Center provides Professional Development, Educational Evaluations and Screenings, Consultations, Tutoring and other services to address the needs of those with learning disabilities, including dyslexia.  Visit us at www.robinowitzcenter.org to learn more.
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