The Admission Process helps us ensure an appropriate match between your child’s needs and abilities and our mission.
The Laurel School of Princeton serves children with dyslexia. Closely related learning differences may be considered, if clearly identified and compatible with our resources and focus. The Laurel School of Princeton is not able to offer placement to those students with primary emotional and/or behavioral issues.
The steps in the Admissions Process are as follows:
- Open House: Please contact us directly or sign up on our website.
- Private Tour and Parent Class Visit: These informational visits are offered Monday through Friday mornings, by appointment only. We recommend both parents attend.
- Student Visit: If appropriate, your child will be invited to attend Laurel School for two days; there is no cost or obligation.
- Once you have completed the above steps, you may initiate an on-line application by visiting: TADS.
- Application Fee: $150.00 (non-refundable); covers administrative and documentation reviews, interviews and Baseline Placement Testing.
- You will be notified via email if your child has been accepted. Your account will then have access so you may begin the Enrollment Process.
Contact us anytime with questions: 609-566-6000.
Remarkable Educational Experience Among Learning Disability Schools
The admission process is designed to determine an applicant’s appropriateness for placement at The Laurel School of Princeton. The Laurel School is one of the leading learning disability schools for dyslexia in NJ. Closely related learning differences may be considered, if clearly identified and compatible with our resources and mission. In order for Laurel School staff to best serve our Princeton, Mercer County, and surrounding counties in NJ, we need to ensure that there is an appropriate match with our mission. The Laurel School is not able to offer placement to those students with primary emotional and/or behavioral issues. Our special education school best serves students with a drive to succeed and a willingness to learn.
The first step in considering our special needs school is to attend an open house or schedule an individual meeting and tour. We recommend that both parents attend. The next step will be to complete an application and return it to us with a non-refundable $100 deposit. We’ll then conduct a reading screening for your child, and will promptly discuss the results with you, answering any questions you may have. If your child is appropriate for our program, we’re confident you’ll find that The Laurel School of Princeton is the right choice among schools for dyslexia in NJ.
If you’ve been searching for the best in learning disability schools, consider visiting The Laurel School of Princeton. Browse our website for more details on our unique curriculum, and contact us for more information.