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Monarch School of New England

The Monarch School of New England is a day school that serves children and young adults - ages 5 to 21 - with significant disabilities.

Ours is a nurturing environment. As a small school, we use an internal, collaborative model integrating education and therapy into a student's individualized program for the following:

Multiple Disabilities
(i.e. physical disabilities, deaf-blindness, traumatic brain injury, hearing and vision impairment, developmental disabilities)
Emotionally Handicapped - Our goal is to work with the student, address their educational challenges and in an appropriate timeframe, transition them back to the sending district, their home school.

Individualized programming maximizes student potential in the areas of academics, functional life skills, and vocational training. All related services are integrated into the school day: Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, Speech and Language, and Behavior. Each discipline works collaboratively to provide additional supports that may include aquautics, hippo therapy, horticulture, and recreation.

  • Vision Statement: The Monarch School of New England brings individuals with intellectual, physical, medical and behavioral disabilities into the mainstream of everyday life.
  • Our success is based on the belief that services can be more effectively provided through an integrated team approach and with a vast array of traditional and innovative programs.
  • Education is the basis for working with each child. Our curriculum aligns with the New Hampshire Curriculum Frameworks, the Math and English / Language Arts Common Core Standards and Maine Learning Results.
Posted on: Tuesday, August 9, 2016

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