ABOUT US : A Beacon of Hope

The Lighthouse is a fully accredited private school serving grades 5th through 12th that specializes in working with children with diverse abilities and learning styles who would benefit from a smaller student to teacher ratio, more effective instructional techniques, and individualized programs to match each student's current abilities and learning potential.

The Lighthouse focuses on preparing students for life after graduation, so our programs center on both educational and personal development. From social skills classes to academics to extracurricular activities, we design each program to inspire students to achieve more than anyone thought possible.

Read more about who we are and see why we call our school "A Beacon of Hope":

Our Students

The Lighthouse School is committed to providing an appropriate curriculum for students with disabilities to achieve academic credit. The school's goal and commitment is to provide an appropriate and challenging academic curriculum so students can succeed - now and in the future.
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Our Faculty

Our faculty are experienced in serving a range of disabilities, and we welcome children whom other schools may have struggled to serve. Here, teachers understand students’ needs and dedicate themselves to the full development of each individual student.
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Our Commitment

At The Lighthouse School, we value people over labels.  We ensure an educational experience that is both traditional and unconventional, recognizing the unique needs of each student. We provide vocational and educational support as our students plan for their future, and we are here to support them in their life pursuits. We give our students a place to call their educational home.
We see students for who they are today and who they will be tomorrow.   . . . Read more

Our Program

The Lighthouse School is committed to providing an appropriate curriculum for students with disabilities to achieve academic credit. The Program's goal and commitment is to help build learning skills within a challenging yet attainable academic curriculum so students can succeed - now and in the future.
We believe that schools can be flexible and individualized, yet still educate well.   . . . Read more