Meeting a wide range of needs
Charterhouse School offers elementary, middle, high school and college programs for students ages 6 – 22 with autism and other neurological differences. These integrated programs are designed to meet the wide range of needs of students on the autism spectrum. Our staff is trained in and has experience in working with students with autism with support from the associate director of developmental education.
Elementary and Secondary School Program
Students receive academic instruction, along with social, organizational, behavioral, and independent living skills development. Students participate in a weekly support group facilitated by our school counselor and receive individual therapy as needed. Behavioral specialists are present throughout the student’s day to provide support and record behavioral and social observations. In addition, students maintain self-monitoring datasheets so that they develop the skills to reflect and self regulate.
For information about our college support program, visit Courage to Succeed.