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I am ME.
I am not an IEP. I am a beautiful child.

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This is what “I made the right choice” looks like.

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.

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Your child can succeed in school.

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.

Academics at TQS

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Your child will make friends here.

Your child will make friends here.

Our compassionate school community, built on acceptance, equality, and Quaker values, helps students achieve both social and academic success. 

Community at TQS

Your child will feel safe and loved.

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.

Clinical Services at TQS

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. 

What's the Latest in Accessible Technology? New Features that Benefit Students with Complex Challenges

From intricate functionalities to unknown risks to potential impact, new technology can be quite intimidating. Yet when emerging technology is used to help people with disabilities be more independent and connected, it can be incredibly life-changing.

Apple is one company with a long-standing commitment to making products for everyone, and it’s intriguing to watch the company develop innovative solutions aimed at empowering all individuals to use its products with greater ease and independence.

Revolutionizing Education: How AI Can Empower Students with Complex Challenges

As both the head of a school and the parent of a child with complex challenges, I understand the concerns and struggles that students with learning differences (and their families!) face on a daily basis, both in and outside of the classroom. 

That’s why I am so enthralled by the potential of Artificial Intelligence (AI) as an assistive technology – one that may soon transform the educational experiences of our children.

Upcoming Events

Upper School families are invited to a Lunch and Learn focused on College Planning for Students with Complex Challenges beginning at 12:00 p.m.  Laura Sibbald, Executive Director of Neurodiversity Initiatives from Chestnut Hill College and Kristen Tabun, Director of Transition from TQS will review with families how to know if their student is ready for college, what to do now to support a transition, and how to successfully navigate the many changes students will face in college.
Virtual via Zoom
Join us for our annual virtual Back-to-School Night! Our Head of School, Alex Brosowsky, will kick-off the evening with a warm welcome followed by short sessions where families will hear from their students academic teachers about the year ahead.  The evening will conclude at 7:30 p.m. in time for families to join a webinar to hear how TQS is partnering with Dr. Cheryl Chase to implement a year long training program for faculty, staff and families on Executive Functioning.
Families won't want to miss our kick-off session with Dr. Cheryl Chase to learn how TQS is partnering with her to provide valuable Executive Functioning training to faculty, staff and families throughout the 23-24 school year in order to strengthen the executive functioning skills of our students.
For over 25 years, Ken's Krew has been dedicated to supporting successful employment transition for young adults with developmental disabilities.

Join Ken's Krew vocational coordinators, Alex Clark and Julia Wright as they share the work they do to provide job training and placement to young adults in our area. Learn about their application process, the qualities of an appropriate candidate, and the crucial role families play in the process.

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