Frequently Asked Questions
How do students get placed at the New Road Schools?
School districts that are looking for alternative placements for students contact the New Road Schools with a referral for students.
What are the qualifications of your teachers?
All of our classroom teachers are certified to work with special education students by New Jersey State Standards.
What does it cost a parent to send their child to one of your schools?
The tuition for any New Road School is funded through the child's local education agency.
Can students earn credits and a diploma from your schools?
The New Road Schools are accredited and state approved; students follow the same curriculum of their local public schools and similarly advance toward graduation.
How many students are there per classroom?
The number of students in a classroom varies from school to school and sometimes from course to course, but small class size is a hallmark of the New Road Schools, and typically, there are fewer than 10 students per classroom.
Can students participate in sports and activities?
All of our schools offer a wide range of extracurricular activities. Student may also be able to participate in team sports at their sending school.
Do the New Road Schools have a dress code or uniform policy?
The New Road Schools do not require that uniforms be worn, but each school has established guidelines for acceptable student dress.
Do all students have access to a computer?
Yes. Each classroom is equipped with at least four computers and sometimes one for each student.
Each of our programs offers personalized, interactive instruction and a flexible curriculum within the basic skill domains.
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