Through our supportive environments, collaborative relationships and implementation of best practices, The Gramon Family of Schools prepares our students for their lifelong journeys.
The Gramon Family of Schools has operated continuously since 1939, beginning with The Gramon School, serving adolescents and young adults with special needs. Recognizing that the earlier we begin addressing a child’s developmental problems the more effective our intervention will be, Glenview Academy was developed in 1984 as an extension of the Gramon program, serving students ages 5 to 15 who have needs that are better addressed in small, structured environments. New Beginnings was established in 1997 and continues the Gramon Family of Schools tradition of excellence.
All of the schools are dedicated to working with children with special needs, specializing in those diagnosed on the autism spectrum. We are committed to the principle that every child deserves the opportunity to attain his or her highest potential. Through our supportive environments, collaborative relationships and implementation of best practices, The Gramon Family of Schools prepares our students for their lifelong journeys.
The Gramon Family of Schools has demonstrated that it is affectively advancing the quality of educational experiences it offers its students and meets its responsibilities to the public and the profession of education and complies with standards for accreditation that are established by the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools.
- Accredited by the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools.
- Approved by the New Jersey Department of Education Office of Special Education Programs.
- Learning happens best in a safe and caring environment.
- Respect for diversity builds strong communities.
- Recognition of accomplishments and achievements encourages greater participation and success.
- Learning and adapting are crucial to success in all aspects of life.
- Differentiated instructional approaches engage learners of all ages and abilities.
- Behavior interventions must be supportive.
- Innovative, data-driven and progressive thinking fosters program growth and development.
- We are a community of learners.