Looking for a private school for a student with special needs? Here is a list of private school in and around Spartanburg for students with special needs. This list includes schools for kids with ADHD, dyslexsia and other disorders.
Looking for more? Here’s our complete Guide to Special Needs Resources in Spartanburg. You’ll find everything from classes geared toward children with special needs to accessible playgrounds and available services.
The Spartanburg Project Hope campus offers ABA therapy and autism-specific classrooms. It also offers training and ancillary services for clients.
Also referred to as Hope Reach.
A school for students with who are deaf or blind located in Spartanburg. Also offers outreach programs.
Located in Spartanburg, this school serves students ages 3-21 with a vision or hearing disability and at least one other mental or physical disability.
The Meyer Center offers and an early education program for preschool children with developmental delays and disabilities. The program includes occupational therapy, speech therapy, physical therapy, and music therapy, as well as academic and developmental programming. Admission requires evaluation by an admission team to determine if the child qualifies for these services