Health and fitness were a major themes of the Extended School Year Program at Y.A.L.E. School’s Northfield campus this summer. The students explored the concept of “wellness” in mathematics, science, reading and writing classes as well as many fun activities over the course of the six week summer program. In August, students and staff visited the Tilton Athletic Club where […]
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Did you ever wonder what happens to a seal or dolphin that is injured or becomes ill? What types of sharks live near the New Jersey coast? Why are there so many aggressive green head flies in Brigantine, New Jersey? The students attending the Y.A.L.E. School Northfield Extended School Year program had all of these questions answered and more when […]
Y.A.L.E. School Cherry Hill students are taking learning outside the classroom and gaining new skills through gardening. As part of our school-to-work and community-based-instruction programs, three Standard 9 classrooms have been working with a horticulture therapist at the Pennsauken Community Garden and Y.A.L.E.’s own garden at the Cherry Hill campus. The plants were provided by the Camden Children’s Garden in […]
Y.A.L.E. School Cherry Hill Class of 2015 graduates or their parents may now order a DVD copy of the video from our 2015 Upper School Graduation ceremony. Each student may request one free copy, additional copies are $5 each. Please allow 6-8 weeks for delivery. (Lower School graduation video and other event videos available for order soon) Order now using […]
If you were to walk down the halls of Y.A.L.E. School Cherry Hill campus, you would see classroom doors decorated with pictures of heroes, comic book characters, and other crime-fighting role models. “Marvel at our super kids!” one door has displayed. Students and teachers alike are excited about this summer’s program theme: superheroes.
Extended School Year program for students at the Mullica Twp. campus.
Extended School Year program for students at the Audubon campus.
Extended School Year program for students at the Voorhees program (Mon. through Thurs. only)
Extended School Year program for students at the Northfield campus.
Extended School Year program for students at the Ellisburg campus.
Extended School Year program at the Cherry Hill campus for Upper and Lower School students as well as students from our Northern Burlington and Philadelphia campuses.
Here is a collection of snapshots from this year’s graduation ceremonies at some of our campuses. More will be added soon! Share your graduation snapshots on with us on social media by tagging yaleschoolnj on Facebook or @yaleschool on Twitter. Congratulations to all of our graduates this year! Keep an eye on our website or subscribe to our e-newsletter for […]
Creating opportunities for interaction with typical peers is one of the areas where Y.A.L.E. School is on the forefront of private special education. So it was not unusual for the students in Y.A.L.E. School Cherry Hill’s Chess Club to sit down with three varsity chess team members from Cherry Hill West High School over several afternoons in April for some […]
You may want to keep your king in the back row if you’re brave enough to challenge Jared Groder in a game of chess. Groder, a Yardley PA resident and a junior at Y.A.L.E. School’s Cherry Hill campus, has been playing chess since he was 11 years old. When asked about his inspiration for getting into the game of chess, […]
This year Y.A.L.E. School Medford campus students in Ms. DiMarco’s class participated in a year-long service project. Students collected tabs from aluminum cans to donate to the Ronald McDonald House of South Jersey. Tabs were brought in by students and a collection bin was also placed in the Kirby’s Mill School teachers’ lounge.
This year, as part of our annual Read Across America celebration of literacy, author Marc Tyler Nobleman visited our Cherry Hill campus where he presented an assembly for our students about the history and significance of comic book superheroes and the regular real-life people who first created them.
For the past two weeks the students in Ms. DiMarco’s class at the Y.A.L.E. School Medford campus have been learning about poetry. Each day the students learned about a new type of poem and then created their own. They learned about: Haiku, Diamante, Acrostic, Autobiographical, Cinquain and Limerick poems. To wrap up the unit on poetry students got to put […]
Who says teens don’t pay attention to the news?? Here’s a wonderful article about the “10 for 10” Currents Events Challenge at our Cherry Hill campus in today’s Philadelphia Inquirer South Jersey section. Kudos to our teachers and students (and parents), who have some great quotes in the story. Christie Prushinski said she has seen a change in son Bobby, […]
Graduation ceremonies for the Y.A.L.E. School Mansfield Twp. and Medford campuses
Graduation ceremony at the Y.A.L.E. School Ellisburg campus
Graduation ceremonies for 8th graders and graduating seniors at the Y.A.L.E. School Northfield campus
Graduation ceremony for 8th graders in the Cherry Hill campus Lower School
Graduation ceremony for graduating seniors from the Cherry Hill campus Upper School
Graduation ceremony for the Y.A.L.E. School Deptford campus
Graduation ceremony at the Y.A.L.E. School Voorhees campus
Talent Show performance for the Upper School audience at the Cherry Hill campus
Talent Show performance for the Lower School audience at the Cherry Hill campus
Y.A.L.E. School Ellisburg presents an evening workshop for parents and professionals: Why Behavior Problems Occur? An overview of ABA and Clinical Services Presented By: Joe Kendorski, MS, BCBA Kristin O’Lexy, MSW, LCSW Buzz Mingin, Ph.D.
On April 30, 2015, Stockton University’s School of Social and Behavioral Sciences designated Y.A.L.E. School Northfield counselor Nitsa Mavromatis as their 2014-2015 Field Instructor of the Year. Ms. Mavromatis received this recognition as a result of her ongoing contributions to and support of the Social Work program at the university.