The Monarch School & Institute
 
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A Warm Welcome From The Head Of School

Here at The Monarch School, we are dedicated to providing an innovative, therapeutic education for individuals with neurological differences—so that they can face their obstacles armed with success strategies.

Meet Patti Pace

 
 

Who We Serve

students with autism spectrum disorder, AD/HD, and learning disorders, combining academic rigor with therapeutic practices that address each student’s specific needs.

 

ADHD
Autism Spectrum Disorders
Communication Disorders

Learning Disorders
Anxiety Disorders
Mood Disorders

Motor Disorders
Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder
Neurodevelopmental Disorders

 
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The VISION

The Monarch School is dedicated to serving the educational needs of individuals with neurological differences by offering a unique, therapeutic learning environment where active minds are challenged, all are treated with respect and dignity, learning is a joy, and wisdom is the outcome.

 

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Students to 1 Faculty Member

All teachers are degreed; many have advanced degrees, some of the fields include: education, special education and psychology. All are experienced in child development and teaching students with diverse learning needs.

11

Acre Campus & LEED® Gold Certified

Unique environmental indoor design with indirect lighting and soothing colors.

100+

Students Currently Enrolled

Our therapeutic school, which offers each student a curriculum that uniquely blends psychology and education to provide a highly individualized program to meet the child’s emotional, social and academic needs.

 
 

Admissions

The Monarch School admits all qualified students to the privileges, programs and activities made available to the student body. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, gender or national origin in the administration of our admission, or financial aid program, and we adhere to the policies stated in the policy handbook.

 

Admissions Process

The Monarch School has a rolling admissions policy, whereby students may be enrolled at the beginning of each new quarter as space becomes available.

Who Should APPLY

Our students are often diagnosed with Autism, ADHD, or other developmental differences that impact planning, motivation, social/emotional development and information processing.

tuition And Fees

There are several levels of tuition costs associated with each program at The Monarch School. Monarch makes every attempt to support students who need financial aid.