Having agents on our team with personal experience loving and caring for special needs children, we have great interest in assisting you with finding quality schools and homes for your families. We hope you find our list of schools below helpful.
If you learn of other great special needs schools not listed here, please let us know about them.
Probably the most difficult information for us to gather was for our Atlanta Special Needs Schools pages. We hope our research is helpful in finding the right fit for your child and look forward to helping you further with your home search.
Our data was gathered through direct conversations with schools for accuracy. If there is other information we should include in our next update, please let us know.
Here is current information for the Georgia Department of Education Special Needs Scholarship Program(Click column headers to sort)
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|City||County||Grades||Focus/Special Needs Served|
|Alexsander Academy||Alpharetta||Fulton||2-8||ADHD, autism, Aspergers, learning disabilites, sensory processing issues, and communication disorders|
|Atlanta Country Day School||Atlanta||Fulton||7-12||Night school, summer school, early graduation, traveling celebrity program for students who cannot attend school on a regular basis|
|Atlanta Speech School||Atlanta||Fulton||PS-6||Speech, hearing, language or learning disabilities|
|Auditory-Verbal Center, Inc.||Atlanta||DeKalb||Auditory-verbal therapy for all degrees of hearing loss|
|Cottage School (The)||Roswell||Fulton||6-12||Mild to moderate learning difficulties|
|Cloverleaf School (The)||Atlanta||DeKalb||K-5||ADHD, high functioning autism, Asperger, anxiety, and other learning differences|
|Crossroads High/Middle School||Holly Springs||Cherokee||6-12||Alternative Middle/High School|
|Crossroads Second Chance North||Roswell||Fulton||6-12||Alternative school for chronically disruptive students|
|Cumberland Academy of Georgia||Atlanta||Fulton||4-12; Post Graduate||High functioning Autism, Aspergers’s, LD, ADD and ADHD|
|Devereux Georgia Treatment Network (The)||Kennesaw||Cobb||3-12||Emotional and behavioral challenges brought on by abuse, neglect, mental illness, sexual exploitation, or intellectual/developmental disabilities; residential treatment for ages 8-21|
|Forsyth Academy @ Night||Cumming||Forsyth||9-12||Non-traditional charter evening high school|
|Forsyth Academy||Cumming||Forsyth||9-12||Non-traditional charter high school geared toward students who are not succeeding in a traditional school setting|
|Gateway Academy||Cumming||Forsyth||6-12||Alternative school|
|George W. Hartmann Center||Marietta||Cobb||6-12||Residential treatment facility for adolescents (ages 13-18) with substance abuse problems|
|Gwinnett County Online Campus||Norcross||Gwinnett||6-12||Online School|
|Gwinnett InterVention Education (GIVE) Center East||Lawrenceville||Gwinnett||6-12||Alternative school for at-risk students|
|Gwinnett InterVention Education (GIVE) Center West||Norcross||Gwinnett||6-12||Alternative school for at-risk students|
|H.A.V.E.N. Academy, Fitzhugh Campus||Smyrna||Cobb||K-12||Severe Emotional Behavior Disorders and Autism|
|H.A.V.E.N. Academy, Hawthorne Campus||Smyrna||Cobb||K-12||Severe Emotional Behavior Disorders and Autism|
|Hillside Conant School||Atlanta||Fulton||1-12||Residential treatment facility for severely emotionally and behaviorally disturbed children ages 7-21|
|Hooper Renwick School||Lawrenceville||Gwinnett||6-12||Severe emotional and/or behavioral difficulties; autism and mild/moderate or severe intellectual disabilities|
|Howard School (The)||Atlanta||Fulton||K5-12||Language learning disabilities and differences|
|i-Achieve Virtual Academy||Cumming||Forsyth||6-12||Online School|
|International Student Center||Atlanta||DeKalb||3-12||Intensive English program for non-native speakers|
|Jacob's Ladder Neurodevelopmental School and Therapy Center||Roswell||Fulton||PK-12||Any kind of neurological disorder - from Down syndrome and Cerebral Palsy to a range of learning disabilities and genetic disorders; 60% have been diagnosed with autism|
|L.R. Tippens Education Center||Canton||Cherokee||Emotional/Behavioral Disorders, Autism, etc.|
|Lionheart School (The)||Alpharetta||Fulton||1-12||Autism spectrum and other challenges in relating and communicating, including ADD, ADHD, Tourette, Fragile X, Regulatory Disorders, Tuberous Sclerosis, etc.|
|Marcus Autism Center||Atlanta||DeKalb||Autism and related disorders; early intervention program for children 18 mos-8 yrs|
|Margaret Harris Comprehensive School||Atlanta||DeKalb||PK-12||Severe and multiple disabilities|
|Marietta Performance Learning Center||Marietta||Cobb||10-12||Students who have been unsuccessful in a traditional school setting|
|Maxwell High School of Technology||Lawrenceville||Gwinnett||11-12||Vocational training in various career fields|
|MDE School||Marietta||Cobb||K-12||Specializing in children with autism, sensory processing and communication disorders|
|Monarch School||Duluth||Gwinnett||PK-Post Graduate||Special needs Pre-K for ages 3-5; post-high school job training and life skills transition for ages 18-21 with special needs|
|Mill Springs Academy||Alpharetta||Fulton||1-12||Students with average to superior abilities diagnosed with learning differences, dyslexia and attention deficit|
|Nelson L. Price Treatment Center||Marietta||Cobb||9-12||Residential substance abuse program for adolescents (ages 12-17); offers a 12-step Christian program|
|Oakland Meadow School||Lawrenceville||Gwinnett||Ages 3-21||Students ages 3-21 with deficits in cognitive and/or motor development|
|Pathways Academy School for Dyslexia||Marietta||Cobb||1-6||Dyslexia|
|Piedmont School of Atlanta (The)||Brookhaven||DeKalb||K-6||Students with average and above average ability with autism, learning differences, ADHD, and/or anxiety disorders|
|Polaris Evening School||Woodstock||Cherokee||9-12||"Open Campus" Evening School|
|Porter Elementary||Roswell||Fulton||PK-8||Difficulties with language processing, dyslexia, attention (ADHD), sensory processing, visual processing, auditory processing, motor skills (Dyspraxia), organization, social skills, and self-esteem|
|Schenck School (The)||Atlanta||Fulton||K-6||Dyslexia|
|Sophia Academy||Atlanta||DeKalb||PK-9||Christian school devoted to students with learning disabilities|
|Special Needs Schools of Gwinnett||Lawrenceville||Gwinnett||PK-12||Toddlers and up with ADD, intellectual and physical disabilities, developmental delays, vision/hearing impaired, seizure disorders, behavior disorders, speech and language disorders, autism/PDD (Pervasive Developmental Disorders)|
|Swift School||Roswell||Fulton||1-8||Dyslexia and related language-based learning differences|
|T. Carl Buice School||Sugar Hill||Gwinnett||PK||Preschool and Pre-K for children with special needs|
|UHS of Laurel Heights||Atlanta||DeKalb||PK-12||Intensive residential treatment for complex psychiatric and behavioral problems, co-occurring developmental disabilities and autism spectrum disorders|
|Warren Technical School||Chamblee||DeKalb||10-12||Vocational training in various career fields; provides students with special needs instruction in career, job readiness, and life skill|
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