Oak Hill School's Full Profile
Oak Hill School says
Oak Hill School is a certified non-public school which serves a diverse group of students aged 5-22 with autism and related developmental differences. Each student is grouped in one of seven developmentally based classrooms with consideration given to individual program needs within the social group.
Speech, Occupational and Psychological therapies are delivered within the school day by licensed providers on the student's team, augmenting the program of credentialed Special Education teachers and assistants.
We look for growth in the following interdependent domains:
Academic competence; Language and communication; Social cognition and relationship development; Executive functioning; Motor skills and motor planning; Activities of daily living and independence; Building self awareness and self regulation
We invite you to make an appointment to visit our beautiful San Anselmo campus, including our chickens, vegetable garden, swimming pool, sports field gymnasium and hiking trails.
Oak Hill School models innovative educational practices, utilizing the power of relationships to inspire social, emotional, and intellectual growth in children with autism and other developmental differences.
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Academic Calendar: Continuous
Students and Faculty
Students and Faculty
|Student Teacher Ratio
||2 : 1
||86% Male / 14% Female
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