NHA is Still Accepting Students for the 2020-2021 School Year
With so many schools affected by the coronavirus pandemic and reducing the number of in-person, instructional days, if you are still looking for a 5-day a week school program for your special needs child, New Horizons Academy is STILL accepting new student applications for the 2020-2021 school year for both its Wauseon and Springfield/Holland campuses, as well as for its new Career Center in Wauseon. Call TODAY to begin the enrollment process for August’s classes. School starts on August 19.
We are so excited to be accepting applications for NEW special education students for the 2020-2021 school year for our preschool to high school classes (up to age 21). If you are looking for the right special education placement, a place where your child feels like he or she fits in, consider New Horizons Academy (NHA) in Wauseon or Springfield/Holland.
At NHA, kids come first. We exist for our students; our students do not exist for the school. Students don’t have to fit into the classes. The class and program are made to meet the individual student’s needs. Please visit us, and see if we are the right fit for your special needs student.
NHA’s Wauseon & Springfield/Holland Campuses:
- Are regional preschool to 12th grade special education schools.
- Have less than a 1:2—staff to student ratio.
- Specialize in individualized, personalized education.
- Provide strong academics, community involvement, life skills classes, vocational skills, work site placements, and job coaches.
- Offer early intervention, conductive education (CE), sensory integration, occupational therapy, speech/language pathology & music instruction.
- Participate in the College Credit Plus (CCP) Program.
- Are Applied Behavioral Analysis (ABA)-Based Schools.
- Accept both the Autism & Jon Peterson Scholarships as payment in full.
- Serve students from over 9 counties and 37 different school districts.
Our mission is to help your child achieve the greatest independence possible through early intervention programs, classes, community activities, life skills training, vocational placements, and job coaching.
Steps to Enrollment:
- Call the school for more information.
- Submit a copy of your child’s IEP & ETR for review.
- Schedule a school tour, interview, and student assessment.
- If accepted, complete student enrollment paperwork, and provide proof of residency.
- Complete and accept the Autism or Jon Peterson Scholarship.