Y.A.L.E. School’s Cherry Hill campus, located near Route 38 in Camden County New Jersey serves students 5 to 21 years of age with one or a combination of social and learning disabilities, such as Asperger’s disorder (Asperger's syndrome), specific learning disabilities, or emotional and/or social difficulties. Some students may have a clinical diagnosis of anxiety disorder, attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder (A.D.H.D.), mood, personality, and/or obsessive-compulsive disorders.
The Cherry Hill campus has an elementary/middle school and a high school, each housed in its own building. It is also home to the Standard 9: 21st Century Life and Career Skills transition concentration for students ages 17 - 21 whose IEPs require support and services in order to help prepare them for post-secondary education, work and independent living.
The Cherry Hill campus offers:
- Low student-to-staff ratio
- Small classes limited to 12 students
- Highly-qualified teachers
- Small group instruction
- ABA-based instruction
- Data-based instruction and intervention
- Curriculum stressing academics, independence, social & communication abilities, and school-to-work skills
- Specialized reading assessments and interventions
- Numerous electives, such as industrial arts, visual arts, and computers
- Athletic teams in soccer, softball, and basketball
- Frequent trips and activities in the community
- Frequent communication between school, home, and the student’s home district
- An extended school year program
Our Cherry Hill classrooms are fully equipped with state-of-the art learning technology, including computers for each student. The campus features a carpentry shop, a computer lab, a video-production studio, a school store, a full-sized gymnasium, and several athletics fields.
Y.A.L.E. School’s Cherry Hill campus is home base for several unique transition options. Learn more about our transition curriculum.