The Mission of Newgrange is to improve educational outcomes for people with learning disabilities and to empower them to become accomplished, dynamic members of society. We will achieve this through evidence-based instruction for our students and expert professional development for educators.
The Newgrange School is a state-approved private school for children with disabilities and special needs. We focus on the needs and strengths of every child, building their confidence and preparing them for the world.
Small student-teacher ratios give our students the environment needed to achieve learning success. Teachers at The Newgrange School understand learners’ strengths and weaknesses and work diligently to find means that lead to effective learning pathways.
Navigating curricula and programs that best serve your child with an IEP is challenging. With more than 40 years of experience, we understand the difficulties that arise in trying to find the right school. We offer a state-approved education for children with disabilities, such as autism spectrum disorders, dyslexia, and other non-verbal learning disorders. We are committed to providing a strong, intensive program that helps Newgrange School students move into college and beyond.
Our student-to-teacher ratios offers an environment that is conducive to long-term success. Teachers at The Newgrange School understand learners’ strengths and weaknesses and find ways for effective learning pathways. Our wide range of programs and academic offerings give students a chance to explore and develop in an age-appropriate way.
Our teachers and staff are trained and certified to meet our curricula. In addition to teaching math, science, social studies, business, art, music, physical education, and health, we require teachers to undergo continuing education and specialized training in Orton Gillingham and Wilson Reading System®, metacognitive skills, LETRS, Project Read, and other multisensory teaching approaches.
Our specialists, including speech and language pathologists, occupational therapists, and social workers, meet the criteria for teaching our diverse population, and work with students on a 1-to-1 basis.
Boasting over 40 years of experience, we have different professionals, including social workers, occupational therapists, speech and language pathologists, as well as learning disability consultants to help our students in and out of the classroom. With accreditations from the Middle States Association, CESS and the New Jersey Association of Independent Schools, we are certain to offer a quality education to all of our students.