The Norman Howard School is an nonprofit, special education school serving students grades 5-12 with special learning needs. We provide a sense of belonging and a safe environment to learn and grow for 115 students from more than 30 district and 9 counties.
Here we celebrate and support what makes every student unique. A community that is welcoming, safe and small connects us more deeply than possible at larger, traditional schools. Students’ needs, strengths, and progress drive flexible and personalized coursework, while school-wide strategies afford a common language and foundation for academic and social success. Being included, supported, and understood promotes confidence, self- esteem, academic growth, and a sense of belonging for every student. Expertise and diverse learning experiences prepare nontraditional learners for success in school, college, career, and life.
Most students who attend The Norman Howard School benefit from our expertise in one or more of the following areas:
Dyslexia and Reading
Attention and Executive Functioning
School-based and General Anxiety
Receptive and Expressive Language
Mood and Behavior Regulation
Memory and Processing
Nonverbal Learning Disabilities
Social Pragmatics and Autism Spectrum Disorders
We focus on: Education, Human Services
Where we are: Genesee, Livingston, Monroe, Ontario, Orleans, Seneca, Wayne, Wyoming, Yates
We have a matching grant!
Sands Family Supporting Foundation Challenge Grant
Thanks to our generous matching grant from the Sands Family Supporting Foundation, every $1 donated is matched with $1.50 and makes 2.5 times the impact for our students.
Every $1 matched with $1.50
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