Students with autism and other exceptionalities deserve to be set up for success. It begins with PS Elementary & PS Academy.

PS Academy and PS Elementary are private K-12 schools for students with autism and other exceptionalities, offering an environment where students are set up for a lifetime of success. 

Exceptionalities affect each individual differently, meaning that there can’t be a “one size fits all” approach to education. The “spectrum” of needs are addressed through the implementation of a “spectrum” of educational tools and social skills support.

Our programs are customized to meet each student at his or her individual ability level. Each student is evaluated carefully, then placed with a group of students that are on the same level, so each student can thrive. Our programs naturally evolve, just like our students do.

 
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If your elementary student has autism or other exceptionalities, PS Elementary is a K-5 private school which offers your student a nurturing yet structured place for them to build a foundation for future success.

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Is your junior or high school student have autism or other exceptionalities? PS Academy offers an environment and educational foundation where your student will thrive academically and socially.

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Family Feature: The Gaede's 

Ashley and Bob Gaede have fifteen children, several with exceptionalities. Take a look at their inspirational story, about their family and the great lengths they've gone through in order to ensure their children receive a proper education, as well as finding the resources to fund education, thanks to STO's like Alumnus. 


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Parents say...

Thank you! I’ve cried lots of HAPPY tears this week. We are so grateful we found you. This school is night and day compared to what we were dealing with before. Thank you for valuing our kiddos and celebrating what they CAN do. It means the world to our family.

- Angie A., mother of a Pieceful Solutions student