Pine Hill School
Pine Hill School provides an environment that meets the needs of the whole child. We strive to implement a quality education with an individualized component for students who have been unable to have their needs met in other educational settings.
Enhancement of self-esteem is an important part of the Pine Hill program. The Pine Hill teaching staff works in conjunction with counselors, administration, and parents to establish a comprehensive educational plan for each student.
Description: Pine Hill School employs Administrators, Teachers, Behavior Specialists, Counselors, and Speech and Language Therapists to provide a team of qualified professionals, which supports students in the classroom. The satisfaction and effectiveness of working in the classroom are directly dependent on a unified team. We believe that information gathered from various perspectives and disciplines is essential in understanding and addressing the student needs effectively.
Pine Hill firmly believes that students can and will succeed when provided with a supportive, structured, and exciting learning environment. We recognize individual differences and meet each student's needs with professionalism, insight, and the vehicle to provide students with the tools to success, positive self-image, and personal and academic growth.
Student's/Disabilities Served: Aspergers syndrome, Emotional Disabilities, Learning Disabilities
Services Provided: Provide a multi-disciplinary, academic and therapeutic program to learning disabled and emotionally troubled children in grades 1-12.
An educational program specifically tailored for the educational advancement of students with Asperger and/or students on the upper end of the Autism spectrum.
Therapeutic services to disadvantaged, at risk children and young adults who are challenged by learning and social or emotional differences. We also offer classes for adults, services to at risk kids through our Community Development Department, and a residential recovery program providing Education to High School Students.