Who We Serve

Group photo of students in front of a wall at school

All our students share one thing in common: difficulty in school.

Students typically struggle academically, socially or with executive functioning skills and these challenges often overlap.

  • Anxiety
  • Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)
  • Auditory processing disorder
  • Autism spectrum disorder (high-functioning)
  • Developmental coordination disorder (Dysgraphia)
  • Dyscalculia
  • Dyslexia
  • Expressive language disorder
  • Non-verbal learning disability
  • Receptive language disorder
  • Social (pragmatic) communication disorder
  • Unspecified communication disorder


How Do We Do It? 

Our house rules boldly highlight the everyday actions that occur on campus and the Keys to Success are integrated into The Joy School's curriculum, helping kids both inside and outside of the classroom for life.


The House Rules


Our Graduates

Most students attend The Joy School for three to four years and are highly successful when transitioning to mainstream elementary, middle and high schools. Upon leaving the School, students:

  • Demonstrate success in future academic settings
  • Have skills to navigate a variety of academic and social situations
  • Take responsibility for their own learning
  • Exhibit self-advocacy and resiliency to overcoming adversity
  • Possess confidence in their uniqueness
  • Value the uniqueness of others

You can learn more about our students in these videos.