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New Jersey Dyslexia Schools


Banyan Lower School (Grades: K-8)

12 Hollywood Ave.

Fairfield, NJ 07004

(973) 439-1396

Banyan Upper School (Grades: 9-12)

471 Main Street

Little Falls, NJ 07424

(973) 785-1919


About the School: The Banyan School was founded in 1993 to educate elementary, middle school and high school students with learning differences. The curriculum reflects the needs of every student, the beliefs of the staff and the values of the entire Banyan School community. Students at Banyan School learn that education is the process of living. They discover that their lives are connected to a larger world, a world that requires a relationship to community. Families, administrators and staff members work together to develop programs that educate the whole child. Students are presented with multi-sensory opportunities that build confidence and address learning challenges.  In addition, a strong social skills program provides for the emotional and psychological needs of all students.

Banyan School empowers students to believe in themselves and to develop the skills necessary to achieve success.


100 Straube Center Blvd.

Pennington, NJ 08534

(609) 730-9553


Grades: K-8

Mission: Cambridge School was founded on the belief that every child deserves the opportunity for an excellent education. We are committed to providing that education in a warm, nurturing and individualized learning environment for children who learn differently. Our goal is to prepare each student with the necessary academic, personal and social skills to succeed.

About the School: Cambridge School is an independent special education school for children who have been diagnosed with primary language-based learning disabilities, such as dyslexia, ADHD, and auditory processing disorder, among others. However, we are not like other dyslexia schools or learning disability schools; we believe that our students have learning differences, not learning disabilities. Cambridge School focuses on providing the most positive educational opportunities for our students by catering to each student's strengths and individual learning style. Students with language-based learning differences require individualized attention, and as a special needs school, Cambridge School offers a curriculum that is specifically designed while supporting and encouraging the pursuits in which they excel.


10 Tower Hill Rd

Mountain Lakes, NJ 07046

(973) 334-1295

Grades: 3-12

About the School: The Craig School is more than an independent school that specializes in working with students with learning disabilities. We are a family of parents, educators, and students brought together by purpose. We are a school built upon the foundation that all students can and will learn if the right environments, strategies, and supports are made available to them. We are a second home to our students and families.


580 Old York Road

Branchburg, NJ 08876

(908) 253-3870


Grades: 1-12

Mission: Our mission is to mentor and support students in order to empower them to reach their fullest potential through a comprehensive program tailored to the specific needs of each student. Student programs are based on current research and goals/objectives as outlined in student Individualized Education Programs (IEPs). The ultimate goal for each Center School student is to be able to function well in whatever setting he/she may next experience. This may be a return to a local school, college, armed services, or any combination of these opportunities.


Community Lower School (Grades: K-8)

11 West Forest Avenue

Teaneck, NJ 07666

(201) 862-8070

Community High School (Grades: 9-12)

1135 Teaneck Road

Teaneck, NJ 07666

(201) 862-1796


About the School: The Community School was founded in 1968 by Beatrice Lieben, PhD. to serve the bright child with learning and attentional disabilities. For over 40 years the school's primary goal has been to help children achieve a level of performance in the classroom that is fully commensurate with their abilities, intellects and talents. Community School provides students in grades K-12 with skilled remedial help and with a challenging curriculum taught within the framework of an educational plan developed to meet each student's needs and learning style, offering a complete academic experience for all of our students. We have also committed ourselves to making sure that our students' learning experiences extend beyond academics. We encourage each student to reach his or her personal best - not only in the classroom, but as contributing members of their communities.


53 Bayard Lane

Princeton, NJ 08540

(609) 924-8120


Grades: PreK-12

Mission: The mission of The Lewis School is to educate and to empower bright young people whose scholastic achievement and human potential are significantly hindered by language-based learning issues. It is to provide these promising students with the most exceptional multisensory educational opportunity possible within a school community specifically attuned and responsive to each student's academic needs, and to the nurture of the whole person. It is to explore and prosper each student's gifts 

About the School: The Lewis School and Clinic for Educational Therapy was founded in 1973 as a small tutorial school and educational diagnostic facility at a time when many educators flatly denied the existence of Dyslexia or failed to recognize the potential among bright students whose diverse learning styles were unlike those of the majority of their peers. The Lewis School was created to retrieve and develop the potential of the student who has creative and academic promise, but who has been underserved in his/her routine mainstream education.


526 South Olden Avenue

Hamilton, NJ 08629

(609) 584-1800


Grades: 1-12

Mission: The Mission of Newgrange is to empower people with learning disabilities to become educated and vital members of society and to significantly improve education in our country.

About the School: We are happy to tell you about our special needs school in NJ. Newgrange is a coeducational special education school for children with dyslexia, autism, Aspergers or other learning disabilities. We provide our students with highly specialized educational programs for students ages 7 through 21. Our program focuses on language-based and other learning disabilities being an approved State of New Jersey Department of Education private school that is simultaneously eligible to receive tuition funding from the public school system.