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Kingsway Learning Center - Secondary Program

  • Education, Vocational

Essential Information

Address 244 W. Rte. 38
Moorestown, NJ 08057

Kingsway’s secondary curriculum complies with the New Jersey Common Core State Standards and New Jersey High School Graduation Requirements. We provide a multidisciplinary team approach toward education that integrates therapies with academics. Career assessment and exploration are also key components of our curriculum. Kingsway’s Community-Based Instruction (CBI) is an educational program featuring school- and community-based structured learning experiences in four domains: Vocational, Community, Recreation and Leisure and Domestic. Social and communication skills are developed through school and after-school activities. Transition planning is an integral part of the secondary program that has been named a National School of Excellence by the National Association of Special Education Teachers for the past four years.

Additional Information

Website: http://www.kingswaylearningcenter.org

Disabilities Served:
All / many disabilities
Asperger syndrome
Cerebral palsy
Communication / social disorder
Deaf / hard of hearing
Developmental disability / MR
Emotional/behavioral disorder
Epilepsy / seizure disorder
Learning disability / ADHD
Muscular dystrophy
Neurological impairment
Pervasive development disorder

County: Burlington

Location (state-county): NJ-Burlington

Services Offered: Vocational Training

Enrollment: 100

Grades or ages of school: Ages 14-21

Gender of students: coed

Offers summer camp, program or school: yes

School's Approach: Provide a multidisciplinary team approach toward education and transition that integrates therapies with academics and prepares students for life after high school.

Paid Blurb 2015-2016: no

Update 2015-16: no

Transportation provided: no

Tuition structure (% FAPE reimbursement/financial aid offered, etc.): FAPE

Tuition structure: FAPE

Adaptive tech used: Assistive Technology Specialist focuses on application of tech-based interventions and strategies; latest tech available to all students

Learning strategies/therapies utilized: Utilizing both school-based career simulations and authentic vocational sites developed in partnership with community businesses, highly individualized programs are created using a functional approach to academic and pre-vocational achievement.

Support services/therapies offered: Special education teachers, job coaches, transition coordinators, social workers, assistive technology specialists, occupational therapists, speech therapists, physical therapists, behaviorists, and nursing personnel

Support services:
Occupational therapy
Physical therapy
School nurse
Social worker
Speech therapy

Vocational/life skills: Vocational training

Extracurriculars offered: Sports

Paid Blurb 2016: no