Schools

Phone:
703-619-8000
Fax:
https://www.acps.k12.va.us/alexan
Address:
1340 Braddock Place
Alexandria, VA 22314
Phone:
(703) 766-8708
Address:
5632 Mt. Vernon Memorial Highway
Virginia
22309
Phone:
(703) 228-6000
Fax:
http://www.apsva.us/
Address:
1426 N Quincy Street
Arlington, VA 22207
Business Description

Graded 5th-12th for children with language- based learning disabilities. 75 students 34,446 dollars.

Phone:
301-585-1430
Address:
711 Pershing Dr. Silver Spring, MD.
20910
Phone:
(301) 585-1430
Address:
711 Pershing Dr
Silver Spring, MD
20902
Business Description

Chesapeake Academy is an independent, co-educational day school serving a diverse population of Pre-K 3 & 4 through Eighth Grade students in the Northern Neck and Middle Peninsula of Virginia. The school prepares each student for future academic, ethical, social, and physical endeavors in an intellectually challenging environment with a unique curriculum grounded in a nurturing, family-oriented atmosphere.

Phone:
703-256-1900/804-438-5575
Fax:
804-438-6146
Address:
107 Steamboat Road . P.O. Box 8 . Irvington, Virginia

22480
Business Description

A comprehensive post-secondary support program for young adults on the autism spectrum and for those with learning differences.

Business Description

Provides post-secondary supports to young adults with varying disabilities. CLE also offers a 3-week summer program for diverse learners entering their senior year or who have recently graduated. http://experiencecle.com/summer- program-2/

Address:
Montgomery College, 401 North Washington Street, Suite 420 Rockville, MD
Business Description

Welcome to our home on the web. Here, you will learn about our exceptional college preparatory program for students in Grades 3–12. Commonwealth Academy is a welcoming school where many different kinds of learners can succeed. Average to gifted students who require the individual attention available only in very small class sizes, as well as students who have been diagnosed with a specific learning disability (LD) and/or with ADHD, will find an environment that celebrates their unique talents, challenges them appropriately, and supports their areas of need. It’s a place where students gain the self-confidence required to connect with their teachers and peers, and engage in and take responsibility for their education. As they rise from Lower to Middle to High School, they become aware of their learning differences, accept them, and learn to advocate for what they need to excel.

Phone:
703-548-6912
Address:
1321 Leslie Avenue, Alexandria, VA
22301
Phone:
703.714.5600
Fax:
http://www2.fcps.edu/DavisCenter/
Address:
7731 Leesburg Pike
Falls Church, VA 22043

Alternative Paths Training School (merge w/ Applied Behavioral Concepts Inc.)

Arlington County Public Schools

Chelsea School

Graded 5th-12th for children with language- based learning disabilities. 75 students 34,446 dollars.

Chelsea School

Chesapeake Academy

Chesapeake Academy is an independent, co-educational day school serving a diverse population of Pre-K 3 & 4 through Eighth Grade students in the Northern Neck and Middle Peninsula of Virginia. The school prepares each student for future academic, ethical, social, and physical endeavors in an intellectually challenging environment with a unique curriculum grounded in a nurturing, family-oriented atmosphere.

College Internship Program (CIP)

A comprehensive post-secondary support program for young adults on the autism spectrum and for those with learning differences.

College Living Experience

Provides post-secondary supports to young adults with varying disabilities. CLE also offers a 3-week summer program for diverse learners entering their senior year or who have recently graduated. http://experiencecle.com/summer- program-2/

Commonwealth Academy

Welcome to our home on the web. Here, you will learn about our exceptional college preparatory program for students in Grades 3–12. Commonwealth Academy is a welcoming school where many different kinds of learners can succeed. Average to gifted students who require the individual attention available only in very small class sizes, as well as students who have been diagnosed with a specific learning disability (LD) and/or with ADHD, will find an environment that celebrates their unique talents, challenges them appropriately, and supports their areas of need. It’s a place where students gain the self-confidence required to connect with their teachers and peers, and engage in and take responsibility for their education. As they rise from Lower to Middle to High School, they become aware of their learning differences, accept them, and learn to advocate for what they need to excel.

Davis Career Center