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.
PS Academy students participate in weekly clubs giving them the opportunity to branch out in an area that they are interested in learning more about. These clubs encourage teamwork, active participation, social interaction and leadership.
Help celebrate our wonderful teachers and staff during Teacher Appreciation Week Monday, May 7th - Friday, May 11th at PS Academy in Gilbert and PS Elementary in Mesa!
Parents/Guardians are invited to enjoy breakfast with students in celebration of Mother's and Father's Day!
JOIN US IN CELEBRATING! All PS parents/guardians, students and friends, are cordially invited to attend! PS Academy High School Graduation Awards Ceremony will take place at Power Ranch Barn, located at 3685 E. Autumn Drive in Gilbert.
The latest from our blog
Our staff tours the new campus for the first time, we review floor plans, and start working on the details.
Over the last few months, you may have seen some glimpses of our new name and logos… This evolution in our brand was triggered by our students’ voices. This rebrand is for them. To make 2019 the year we eliminate judgement amongst those who don’t truly understand what it is to be exceptional; those who hear the word “autistic” and jump to conclusions based on stereotypes.
The latest research released by the CDC shows that autism rates have been climbing over the last few years. The report is published every two years by the Autism and Developmental Disabilities Monitoring Network, a CDC-funded tracking system that assesses more than 300,000 8-year-old children for the disorder. Here’s what they found…
Did you know Student Tuition Organizations (STO's) of Arizona can help fund your student's tuition if they are eligible? This infographic showcases interesting stats around STO's, how they work, and who is eligible.
Did you know the Empowerment Scholarship Accounts of Arizona can help fund your student's tuition if they are eligible? This infographic showcases interesting stats around the ESA (Empowerment Scholarship Accounts), how they work, and who is eligible.