New Story Schools and Clinics
Our story started more than two decades ago, with one Pennsylvania school dedicated to educating and supporting children with serious and complex challenges. Today, New Story’s network of 63 schools and clinics offer children, young adults, and families integrated academic and therapeutic programs and services in support of a range of diagnosis, including autism spectrum disorder, anxiety, depression, ADHD, and/or other emotional and behavioral issues. New Story’s schools and clinics tailor all programming and services to individual student and client needs.
New Story Schools
New Story Schools has several locations throughout Ohio and Pennsylvania, and supports children and young adult students ages 5-21 in grades kindergarten through 12 experiencing social, emotional, educational, and behavioral challenges. New Story Schools partners with families and school districts to meet the needs of students in a safe learning environment.
As a leading special educational provider, New Story Schools offers authentic learning environments, small class sizes, and individualized learning plans focused on empowerment, skill-building, and academics. Our multi-disciplinary teams of educators, behavior analysts, therapists, and support staff apply evidence-based strategies to promote growth and development, in support of students’ personal goals.
All New Story Schools across Ohio adhere to the state's operating standards for Ohio schools, are chartered by the State Board of Education, and provide multiple pathways towards earning an accredited Ohio High School Diploma.
All New Story Schools across Pennsylvania adhere to the licensed private school code and are licensed by the PA Board of Education. New Story Schools in PA are licensed to educate students with disabilities grades kindergarten through 12. Students may fulfill graduation requirements established by the state.
Green Tree School and Services
Green Tree School and Services (GTSS) provides full-time, out-of-district placements for students with the emotional support or autistic support needs. GTSS supports the development of the whole child by providing speech therapy, occupational therapy, school counseling, and nursing services, in addition to special education classrooms. Students are provided well-rounded education with community integration, service learning, art, music, and more. GTSS strives to help students return to their home community schools and prepare them for life after school by providing vocational training and job readiness training.
GTSS is an Approved Private School (APS).
New England Academy
New England Academy is a private, special education school devoted to providing students with the academic rigor and clinical support they need to succeed in school. We serve students in grades 6 through 12 with identified social and/or emotional disabilities. New England Academy helps students develop skills to achieve academic, social, and emotional success.
New England Academy is accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges.
Sage Alliance schools are located throughout New Jersey and provide rigorous academic education with therapeutic education for students grades 4 through 12 challenged by anxiety, depression, ADHD, and/or other emotional issues such as school refusal.
Students at Sage Alliance are part of a unique and authentic school community that combines an academically rigorous curriculum with therapeutic education support. Sage Alliance schools offer an innovative educational approach and support students in their educational and development journey. With smaller class sizes and a focus on the whole student, Sage Alliance partners with families and school districts to meet the needs and opportunities of students.
Sage Alliance has served the New Jersey community since 1997 and is accredited in New Jersey by the Commission on Secondary Schools of the Middle State Association of Colleges and Schools.
Located throughout Virginia, Rivermont schools provide a therapeutic educational program for students ages 5-22 in grades kindergarten through 12 with special needs, including those associated with autism spectrum disorder, behavioral challenges, and have difficulty learning in a traditional school setting.
Focused on helping students understand, develop, and manage their emotions and behaviors, Rivermont’s teams of educators and specialists meet students where they are in their development, and work with them to get them to reach their milestones so they can return to their home schools.
Rivermont has a 35-year legacy of providing high-quality and high-impact programs in the Commonwealth. Rivermont schools are licensed by the Virginia Department of Education, and all class credits earned are fully transferable. All schools are accredited by the Virginia Association of Independent Specialized Education Facilities (VAISEF) and Cognia.
River Rock Academy
River Rock Academy was founded in 2005 and is committed to providing the internal power to change, affect, and improve the lives of the students we serve. Our vision is to become a premiere provider of alternative education services. We serve students from the Central, South Central, and Eastern counties of Pennsylvania.
Rebecca School is a special education school in New York City, supporting students ages 3-21 with neurodevelopmental delays in relating and communicating, including students with an autism spectrum diagnosis. Using a developmental and interdisciplinary approach, DIRFloortime®, Rebecca School creates educational programs that meet students’ unique needs, celebrates their strengths, and embraces their passions to reach their individual potential. Building meaningful, respectful relationships is the foundation for learning, and with collaboration between school, home, and the community, the learning goes beyond the classroom. Rebecca School works to move students up the developmental ladder to become thinking, relating, communicating members of their community.
Aaron School is a private kindergarten through 12 special education school, whose mission is to serve students with learning disabilities in the areas of reading, writing, and math in addition to attention, sensory, and social challenges. Aaron School provides integrated academics, enrichment, and therapeutic services to children, with the goal of enabling each student to become a confident and successful learner. Offering an academically rigorous curriculum aligned with the New York State Learning Standards, Aaron School employs an individualized approach to ensure student success, while preparing them for successful post-secondary educational experiences and professional careers.
Your Life ABA
Your Life ABA clinics, located throughout Virginia, provide Applied Behavioral Analysis (ABA) therapy and related-clinical services to children and young adults with autism spectrum disorder diagnosis.
Your Life ABA is focused on the whole individual, and providing therapeutic services tailored to meet the specific goals and needs of each client and family it serves—where, when, and how best fits their schedule. Its unique partnership with Rivermont schools provides families with a one-stop campus for both educational and clinical programming.
Your Life ABA holds a Preliminary Accreditation from Behavioral Health Center of Excellence (BHCOE).
Applied Behavioral Services (ABS)
Located on three campuses throughout Ohio, Applied Behavioral Services (ABS) provides educational placements and clinical services for students with autism spectrum disorder and other developmental delays. Grounded in Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) therapy, children and young adults 3-22 have access to full treatment interventions, including one-on-one support. Its education services, clinical services, and hybrid services are tailored to each student, client, and family, and led by a holistic team of educators, behavior analysts, and support staff.
ABS has served the Ohio community since 1999.