Masters In Special Education Program Guide Identifies the 50 Best Private Special Needs Schools in the United States

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AVALON, N.J., Aug. 11, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- The website Masters In Special Education Program Guide has published a resource entitled 'The 50 Best Private Special Needs Schools in the United States,' including facilities from across the nation. The website's editors selected the schools based on a focused methodology, including the schools' variety of educational offerings, low student-faculty ratio, awards won, and unique extra-curricular activities, including sports, art, technology, or animal therapy. The full ranking may be viewed here: http://www.masters-in-special-education.com/50-best-private-special-needs-schools/.

Emme Stone, an editor on the project notes, "A list of this kind is both unique and necessary to families who are looking for a private school that will best serve the special needs of their children. Additionally, teachers and school administrators who routinely recommend the most appropriate educational placement for all students depend upon thorough, accurate information about the availability and specializations of a wide range of private special needs schools. This list is a comprehensive starting point, and allows parents and educators to have as much information as possible at their fingertips. In compiling this list, we attempted to give our readers an overall profile of each school, from specialties, to demographics, to annual tuition."

Below is the complete ranking of 50 best private special needs school in the United States according to Masters In Special Education Program Guide:

1. The Devereux Glenholme School
Washington, CT

2. Little Keswick School
Keswick, VA

3. Brehm Preparatory School
Carbondale, IL

4. Triad Academy at Summit School
Winston-Salem, NC

5. The Vanguard School
Lake Wales, FL

6. The Hill Center
Durham, NC

7. New Leaf Academy
Bend, OR

8. Ann Arbor Academy
Ann Arbor, MI

9. Oakland School
Keswick, VA

10. Chartwell School
Seaside, CA

11. The Woodhall School
Bethlehem, CT

12. The John Crosland School
Charlotte, NC

13. Eagle Hill School
Hardwick, MA

14. Commonwealth Academy
Alexandria, VA

15. Glenforest School
West Columbia, SC

16. Chelsea School
Hyattsville, MD

17. Noble Academy
Greensboro, NC

18. Fortune Academy
Indianapolis, IN

19. Denver Academy
Denver, CO

20. The Howard School
Atlanta, GA

21. The Fletcher School
Charlotte, NC

22. Currey Ingram Academy
Nashville, TN

23. Humanex Academy
Englewood, CO

24. Riverview School
Cape Cod, MA

25. Great Lakes Academy
Plano, TX

26. The Kingsbury Center
Washington, D.C.

27. Carroll School
Waltham, MA and Lincoln, MA

28. The Kildonan School
Amenia, NY

29. Landmark School
Prides Crossing, MA

30. The Greenwood School
Putney, VT

31. The Cottage School
Roswell, GA

32. The Gow School
South Wales, NY

33. Oak Creek Ranch School
West Sedona, AZ

34. Camphill Special School
Glenmoore, PA

35. Oxford Academy
Westbrook, CT

36. The Lab School
Washington, D.C.

37. The Phelps School
Malvern, PA

38. Cumberland Academy
Sandy Springs, GA

39. Oakwood School
Annandale, VA

40. The Schenck School
Atlanta, GA

41. Forman School
Litchfield, CT

42. Trident Academy
Mt. Pleasant, SC

43. Centreville School
Centreville, DE

44. Miriam School
St. Louis, MO

45. The dePaul School
Louisville, KY

46. The Summit School
Edgewater, MD

47. Chamberlain International School
Middleboro, MA

48. The Siena School
Silver Spring, MD

49. Monarch School
Houston, TX

50. The Bedford School
Fairburn, GA

For more information on the attributes and profiles of each selected school, and to view the accompanying images, please visit http://www.masters-in-special-education.com/50-best-private-special-needs-schools/.

Masters In Special Education is an education and career website dedicated to providing free online guidance for students and professionals looking to pursue a career working with students with special needs. The website ranks special education degree programs and offers expert advice on accredited programs by state, as well as professional associations and other occupational resources.

Media inquiries should be directed to Emme Stone at 609-961-1931, email, or via the website http://www.masters-in-special-education.com.

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