Eagle Hill School-Greenwich selected as NASET School of Excellence

Eagle Hill Advisor Ms. Quinn spends time with students on Spirit Day.

Eagle Hill Advisor Ms. Quinn spends time with students on Spirit Day.

Once again, Eagle Hill School-Greenwich has been selected as a National Association of Special Education Teachers (NASET) School of Excellence. To date, Eagle Hill is the only school in Connecticut to receive this accolade.

This is an honor “is bestowed upon only a few select qualified licensed private special education schools throughout the United States.” Selection as a NASET School of Excellence is the highest level of recognition a private special education school can achieve through this 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 holds a unique place in education for children with language-based learning disabilities. The student body includes more than 250 students, ages six to 16, from the surrounding counties of Fairfield and Westchester, nearby cities such as New York and Boston, and from countries around the world. They enjoy an intensive educational experience that is skills rather than grade-driven. According to the school, a student-to-teacher ratio ranging from 1:1 to 12:1 ensures that each child receives a comprehensive, transformative, and extraordinarily customized education.

Every year, approximately 50 to 60 students make a successful transition to their next elementary or high school.

For further information, contact Kathleen Rinaldi, Assistant Director of Development and Communications, at 203-622-9240, ext. 446, or at [email protected]

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