Admissions

Welcome to The Quaker School, a place where children blossom as they rediscover their confidence in learning.

As the head of our Admissions Team, I am proud to introduce you to our school and to the students and families who thrive in our unique educational environment.

Explore this section to learn more about our admissions process, and please contact me (admissions@quakerschool.org) with any questions or to schedule a virtual tour of our school. It is my sincere hope that you find this place as special and life changing as I have.

The Quaker School Faculty

 

~ Lori Boccuzzi, Assistant Head for Enrollment Management

 

 

Our Mission: The Quaker School at Horsham uses research-based programs provided by compassionate professionals to enable each student with complex challenges to blossom and achieve meaningful personal, social and academic success.

 

 

Our Philosophy: The Quaker School at Horsham is a compassionate community that builds trusting relationships among students, parents, therapists, faculty and staff.

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“Before The Quaker School, I felt left out and jealous of other students in my class. Now, I can fit in for the first time in my life.”

-TQS Student

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TQS Book Club Topic #5: Encouraging Resilience in Your Child
  • TQS Book Club
Alex Brosowsky

Right now, so many parents are wondering the same thing: “How can I help my student develop the resilience needed to bounce back from a truly challenging 18 months?”

I have a surprisingly simple answer: focus on having fun this summer. We can address pandemic-related academic deficits in the fall; focus on your child’s mental wellbeing for now.

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TQS Book Club Topic #4: Teaching Children with Learning Disabilities to Become Self-Advocates
  • TQS Book Club
Alex Brosowsky

At a certain point in childhood, all children naturally start comparing themselves and their abilities to those of their peers. Yet for children with complex challenges such as ADHD and learning disabilities, this juxtaposition can feel less like a comparison and more like a gauge of perceived “normalcy.” 

Read More about TQS Book Club Topic #4: Teaching Children with Learning Disabilities to Become Self-Advocates
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