Day Schools

Rebecca School

Rebecca School

Rebecca School is a therapeutic day school that promotes the education and development of children with neurodevelopmental delays of relating and communicating, including autism spectrum disorders. We operate on a 12 month school year. Bussing is provided by OPT for students whose IEP mandates transportation.

We utilize the Developmental Individual Differences Relationship-based (DIR®) model. The DIR® Methodology developed by Dr. Stanley Greenspan proceeds from the core belief that relationships are the foundation of learning. At Rebecca School, we consider the variations in individual motor and sensory processing systems and tailor each child's program to his or her specific needs.

Rebecca School

Whom do we serve?

Rebecca School was created to address the needs of children ages 3 to 21 diagnosed with autism spectrum disorders who are underserved in New York City.

How to apply:

Parents are asked to submit an online Tour Request Form. Once we have received your request, our Director of Admissions, Liz O'Shea, will call you to schedule a tour. You will receive a brochure by mail prior to your tour date. When you arrive at Rebecca School for your tour, you will receive an application. During the tour, parents will have opportunities to meet the Admissions Director and the Program Director. During the tour, you also have the opportunity to observe the current students and staff in the classroom and the overall school environment. Parents are encouraged to ask questions at this time and learn as much as possible about our program, to determine if they wish to apply to Rebecca School.

Rebecca School

For additional information or questions contact:

Liz O'Shea
Admissions Director
Rebecca School
40 E 30th St
New York, NY 10016
Phone: 212-810-4120 extension 234
Email: eoshea@rebeccaschool.org

Visit our website at: www.rebeccaschool.org

Not sure which program?
Contact Steve Gilbert
Phone: 712-310-9395
Email for more information