Creating Confident Learners. Havern School provides an education program for elementary and middle school students with diagnosed learning disabilities.
With a 4:1 student-to-staff ratio, master teachers, occupational therapists and speech/language pathologists provide a comprehensive program of intervention services. Our mission is to create confident learners who will leave Havern with the skills to continue to succeed far beyond our walls.
Havern School is a nationally recognized community of professionals, parents, families and friends working together to address the individual academic, social and emotional needs of our students.
Founded in 1966
Serves kindergarten through 8th grade
8-16 students per class
Student to staff ratio
Speech-language therapy, occupational therapy and social skills are integrated into our curriculum
A Day in the Life at Havern
Mornings are typically spent in small groups doing intensive work on language arts and mathematics. Afternoons may be dedicated to science and social studies, or may be used to work on special projects. Therapy groups and social skills classes are scheduled throughout the week.
Mondays are “Climbing Wall Days” for all students—remember to bring your climbing clothes (long pants and close-toed shoes)! Art instruction for all classes is held on Thursdays. Music and drama classes are held on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Field trips and special assemblies take place throughout the year and generally occur on Fridays.
Join us for one of our fall Parent & Professional Previews starting at 9 a.m. either on Wednesday, October 2nd or Thursday, November 14th. The morning includes an overview of our program, tour, and current parent panel to share experiences and answer any questions.