The Quaker School at Horsham is where children with complex challenges experience the simple joys of childhood as they blossom into confident learners.
It happens because of the promises we make to every family, every day:
We promise to see and nurture the gifts of every child. We promise to reinvigorate happiness and well-being. We promise to foster emotional safety. We promise to pioneer individual solutions. We promise to help your child shine.
Your child can succeed in school.
We use the latest educational research to guide our curriculum and nurture our students’ inherent curiosity and desire to learn.
Your child will make friends here.
Our compassionate school community, built on acceptance, equality, and Quaker values, helps children achieve both academic and social success.
Your child will feel safe and loved.
Our expert team provides all-encompassing support services for our students and families, strengthening each student's skills, learning style, and social development.
Meet Our Faculty
Our faculty work hard each day to provide students with a warm, welcoming environment that is appropriate for their educational needs. Families maintain open communication with classroom teachers as we partner together to support our students.
Learn about school avoidance, the physical manifestations and ways parents can help their child to enjoy attending school in this installment of the Shine On podcast.
“Have you finished your homework?”
As any parent of a teenager knows, there is no question in the parenting repertoire that can elicit such extreme responses as this one. From an elated “Yes!” to an angry “Ugh, I will!” to ... total silence … homework can be a polarizing topic in any household. However, homework is a routine and necessary part of every student’s education.
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As parents of children with special needs, we're conditioned to put the needs of our children first -- and if we're not careful, we can lose sight of our own needs. Here are 4 simple self-care tips for parents who think they are too busy for self-care.
ADHD and anxiety are often connected. Learn why and how they are in this installment of the Shine On podcast.
The Anxiety and Depression Association of America reports that 25% of children ages 13-18 experience an unhealthy level of anxiety at some point. So what can you do to help your child cope? Here's a 5-step way.