Community High School

A quality education with a
Nurturing Social Experience

More than 90% of our graduates attend colleges and universities. We encourage students to achieve the highest level of performance in the classroom commensurate with their individual abilities and talents...

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Community Lower School

A supportive atmosphere that encourages
Independence and Self-confidence

The Community Lower School teaches children with learning disabilities and attention issues how to learn, and does so in a supportive atmosphere that encourages independence and self-confidence....

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News and Items of Interest for Parents and Students

  • Overcoming Obstacles Live: This video features courageous past students who shared their educational experiences, the challenges they faced, and the triumphs they achieved during their time at The Community School.   Read more....
  • Philip Shen, Class of 2001, has made impressive career advancements upon graduating from Community High School. His career field is very intriguing, and also crucial to anyone using medical devices. Read his alumni profile.
  • What is Dysgraphia? (The Community School Answers!)   Dysgraphia is a learning disability that affects writing abilities and motor skills.   Read our blog to learn more.
  • How to Identify Symptoms of ADHD in Children   Parents must be able to recognize the signs and symptoms of ADHD in their children so that they can get the help they need. Read our blog to learn more.
  • The Value Of A Strong High School Special Education Curriculum. Read more....

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Our Programs & Specialties Serve Students from New York & New Jersey with ADHD, Dyslexia, and other Special Education Needs


Speech and Language Therapy, Occupational Therapy and Counseling are offered onsite with certified and experienced therapists.


Students work on decoding, fluency, comprehension, vocabulary and spelling skills using The Wilson Reading Program and Orton-Gillingham Approach.


Full and part-time classes are offered to develop and improve study habits and organizational skills. Homework can be completed with our teachers and staff daily.


Our small group instruction allows for more individualized learning and extra attention for each student.


We use various programs including Learning Ally, Kidspiration, Webspiration, Dictation, Text-to-Speech to enhance learning.


One-to-one teacher/peer tutoring is available in any subject for students to gain greater understanding in any content area.


Our students express their inner creativity through art, music, drama and computer classes.


Students are encouraged to join clubs and organizations to promote community service.


Athletic teams are offered to instill teamwork, social skills and confidence.

  • 1,362 Alumni and growing
  • 250 Colleges attended
  • 90 Percent attend college