800 North Road | Hopewell, NJ 08534 | 609-584-1800 | info@thenewgrange.org
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An Extraordinary Place To Learn.

The Newgrange School is a NJ state-approved, private, not for profit school dedicated to empowering people with learning differences, and has been a leader among special education schools for more than 40 years. We have the dedicated and trained staff, teaching atmosphere, and focus on the individual student that prepares special needs students for the world.

The Newgrange Advantage
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. Take the first step to give your child a foundation for life.

Our History

Newgrange is a nonprofit educational institution with over 35 years experience providing learning opportunities to students with related learning differences.

Under the leadership of Tim Viands, Executive Director, Newgrange is an 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 800 North Road in Hopewell, 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!

Our Mission

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.

Accreditations and Certifications

We are accredited by the New Jersey Association of Independent Schools and the Middle States Association, CESS. Education is offered for children grades two through twelve, up to age 21, who have a diagnosed learning difference. Additionally, our Ann Robinowitz Educational Center is available to those outside of our school for specialized tutoring, dyslexia services and support, and screenings and assessments.

Our staff includes a wide range of specialists such as learning difference consultants, speech and language pathologists, occupational therapists, and social workers. We also have conventional teachers who work with our students in math, science, social studies, business, art, music, physical education, and health. We require all 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.

Learning at The Newgrange School

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. Our wide range of programs and academic offerings give students a chance to explore and soar while growing in big idea thinking.

If your child is struggling academically because of his or her learning style, The Newgrange School can help. Our core language arts, science, math, and social studies programs feature evidence-based instruction that leads to real-world success. Call today to learn more about our programs or to schedule a tour of our Hamilton, NJ facility.

Staff Affiliations

Members of the Newgrange Staff are actively involved with New Jersey  branches of leading special education, reading, math, science, speech/language, and transition-related organizations.  Read below for descriptions and web addresses of the organizations that provide excellent resources for parents.  Some of the organizations also offer parent memberships.

ASAH – not-for-profit organization of private schools and agencies in NJ which provide highly specialized services to more than 11,000 infants, children and your adults with learning disabilities.  Founded in 1974 ASAH now serves more than 125 schools and agencies throughout the state. http://www.asah.org/

American Occupational Therapy Association (AOTA) – where parents can get tips and learn about occupational therapy.  http://www.aota.org/, org, and member of NJOTA http://www.njota.org/

American Speech-Language Hearing Association (ASHA) –  The American Speech-Language Association is the professional, scientific, and credentialing association for more than 150,000 members and affiliates who are audiologists, speech-language pathologists, and speech, language, and hearing scientists in the Unites States and internationally.  ASHA dedicates a portion of the website with educational resources for the public.  http://www.asha.org/

ASPEN – the Asperger Syndrome Education Network.  http://aspennj.org/

Autism – resources for teachers and parents.  http://www.autism.com/

International Dyslexia Association – provides resources for professionals and families dealing with individuals with reading disabilities.  New Jersey branch http://www.njida.org/

International Reading Association – http://www.reading.org/

The National Secondary Transition Technical Assistance Center – provides information and resources for students and parents.  http://nsttac.org/
http://www.transitionalcoalistion.org/transition/

National Dissemination Center for Children with Disabilities (NICHCY) – Provides research-based information on effective practices for children with disabilities as well as information on disabilities in children and youth; programs and service for infants, children, and youth; IDEa; and No Child Left Behind. http://nichcy.org/

National Association of School Psychologists – http://www.nasponline.org/

National Science Teacher’s Association – (NJ Branch and National)  http://www.nsta.org/ and http://www.njsta.org

New Jersey Speech-Language-Hearing Association (NJSHA) – http://www.njsha.org

Interns and Student Teachers

Our school offers some opportunities to aid college students and graduates in beginning their special education career. If you are interested in doing fieldwork with us, please contact our office for more information.

The faculty and staff of The Newgrange School are expertly-trained and dedicated to helping build your child’s future. If you are considering schools for learning differences in Hamilton, NJ, don’t hesitate to contact us today!

Anti Bullying Policy

The Newgrange School has comprehensive Anti-Bullying policies and protocols. For a full description, please click here

For further information or questions, please contact our Anti-Bullying Specialist, Alonzo Somerville.  He can be reached at asomerville@thenewgrange.org or at (609) 584-1800 x238

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