MAC School

School-Age Program

MAC’s school-age program serves children who have an Autism Spectrum Disorder diagnosis and are of school age. The goal of the school age program is to help the child acquire functional skills in the areas of communication, socialization and daily living. This program focuses on reducing challenging behaviors which may interfere with the child’s functioning in home, community and school settings.

The MAC School

The MAC School strives to educate students on the autism spectrum who possess a wide range of abilities. The goals of the MAC School are to foster academic success, independence, self-awareness, social consciousness and behavioral management skills. The MAC School is a year-round program providing intensive, individualized instruction and a rich and fulfilling school experience. The MAC School services students in 4th grade through 12th grade.

The MAC School:

  • Offers a safe, nurturing and highly personalized learning environment for students by providing small class sizes, individualized learning plans and a supportive school setting;
  • Identifies, assesses and develops individual student strengths, talents and interests;
  • Seeks out and employs highly trained and licensed educators, clinicians and therapists;
  • Provides challenging adaptive academic and therapeutic curriculum, featuring research-based instruction with appropriate student modifications and accommodations;
  • Provides support to foster healthy family development;
  • Facilitates extra-curricular activities;
  • Develops and implements IEP and ITP goals and objectives.