Honor Ridge Academy is a day school for out of district placed youth grades K-12.
Classifications include behavioral/social/emotional disabilities, ADHD/ADD, Aspergers/Autistic Spectrum, Learning Differences and Dyslexia.
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For Admissions: Admissions@HonorRidge.org
the aim of the education department to provide an emotionally supportive
environment in which students can learn at their own pace, according to
their individual strengths and needs. The students are provided with
the strategies needed for learning the basic skills in all academic areas.
The academic areas are aligned with the Core Content Standards. The
academic environment also provides the students with skills that foster the
development of their self-esteem and confidence, enabling them to function
in a way acceptable to society.
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Three students in their class will be the first to graduate high school from Somerset Hills. Between Mr. Wolfe and Ms. Adams, the two teachers have more than 65 years of experience between them. Both teachers are determined to ensure their students are prepared for life beyond the campus. “We are really focusing on graduation,” … Continue reading Somerset Hills Students Preparing for Graduation
Posted on 21 April 2015 | 12:10 pm
Somerset Hills School presents: WORKSHOPS FOR PARENTS The Special Education Transition Years Maximizing Services & Supports for Students with Disabilities from Ages 14-21 Wednesday May 6, 2015 7:00 P.M. – 8:30 P.M. Advocacy Strategies Across Your Child’s School Career Developing Effective & Collaborative IEPs. Wednesday May 13, 2015 7:00 P.M. – 8:30 P.M. Featuring the … Continue reading Special Education Workshops for Parents
Posted on 31 March 2015 | 9:53 am
March Madness is taking hold at Somerset Hills School as its varsity basketball team prepares for the playoffs in the NJNCAA conference. The single-elimination playoffs begin March 19, coinciding with March Madness, the well-known televised tournament that starts with 64 of college basketball’s best teams. Coach Mike Adams said whether the team wins or loses … Continue reading March Madness Takes Hold at Somerset Hills
Posted on 2 March 2015 | 3:16 pm