Eagle Hill School selected a ‘School of Excellence’

Greenwich’s Eagle Hill School has been formally selected as a 2012-2013 National Association of Special Education Teachers (NASET) School of Excellence, one of just two schools in the state to be honored.

Selection as a NASET School of Excellence is the highest level of recognition a private special education school can achieve through the professional association and is only presented to those schools that have met a rigorous set of professional criteria and demonstrated truly exceptional dedication, commitment and achievement in the field of special education.

Eagle Hill School works with children with language-based learning disabilities. More than 250 students, ages six-16, attend the school from Fairfield and Westchester Counties, nearby cities such as New York and Boston and from countries around the world, receiving an educational experience that is skills rather than grade-driven. Every year, approximately 50-60 students make a successful transition to their next elementary or high school.

For further information on Eagle Hill admissions, contact Tom Cone, Director of Admissions and Placement, at 203-622-9240, ext. 648, or at [email protected]

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