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AHRC Middle / High School (Ages 12 – 21)

 
ahrc_middle_school_logo-removebg-previewAHRC Middle / High School
1201 66th Street, Brooklyn, NY 11219
(718) 259-4389

 
A program that provides services to adolescents with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) and those classified with emotional disturbances, multiple disabilities, or other health impairments; as well as students with a learning disability and intellectual disability.
 
AHRC Middle/ High School, (also known as MHS,) is divided into two distinct programs: a middle school for students ages 12-14 and a high school for students ages 15-21. Within these two schools, there are classrooms with ratios of 8:1:2 and 10:1:2, depending on the support needs of the student. The classroom teachers are all New York State Certified.
 
Click here to download a pdf file including additional information about how AHRC Middle / High School can help prepare your child for adulthood.


Brooklyn Blue Feather Elementary

bbf_logoBrooklyn Blue Feather Elementary
2335 Gerritsen Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11229
(718) 834-0597

 
Brooklyn Blue Feather Elementary, (also known as BBF,) accepts children between 5 and 12 years of age who reside in the five New York City boroughs. Children must exhibit behavioral characteristics associated with autism and must have an educational classification of autism. Students must be recommended for a Non-Public School (NPS) placement by the New York City Department of Education. The school aims to help students achieve the level of functioning that will allow them to transition to less restrictive environments.
 
Virtual tour on pdf or video.


Neighborhood Charter Schools

 
ncsAutism Spectrum Disorder at Neighborhood Charter Schools (NSC)
info@NCSchools.org
 
 
Neighborhood Charter Schools provides a rare opportunity for students to access both social-emotional learnings as well as rigorous academics. Our program is described as ‘inclusive education’ which means our students with ASD are fully included in their classrooms, learning alongside their ‘neurotypical’ peers.
 
Videos of Parents Talking About the ASD Program
 
If you feel your child would be a good fit for NCS, access the application process.