Conveniently located on 10 acres in Morganville, Monmouth County, the High Point Elementary and Adolescent Schools provide educational and therapeutic services for students ages 5 - 21 who have emotional, behavioral and learning difficulties. A division of CPC Behavioral Healthcare, we have served students with disabilities for over 45 years and are recognized as one of the premier private special education schools in the State. In fact, High Point Elementary School was proudly designated as a Blue Ribbon School by the United States Department of Education, earning this prestigious award for its excellence in education.
High Point Adolescent and Elementary Schools provide a comprehensive educational program integrating:
The High Point Schools are approved by the New Jersey Department of Education to serve students classified Emotionally or Multiply Disabled, and are proud members of ASAH—Serving Individuals with Special Needs, and NAPSEC—National Association of Private Special Education Centers.
At the High Point Schools, small classes take place in self-contained classrooms. Our staff-to-student ratio of 1:3 allows teachers and teaching assistants to devote full attention to students and learn their likes, dislikes, strengths and challenges. We become closely involved with students, cheering on their progress and encouraging their continued growth.
Forming lasting friendships and enjoying a wide variety of social activities are important parts of the High Point experience. Our students have the opportunity to enjoy a wealth of social activities including proms, talent shows, picnics, sporting events, theatre workshops and more. Self-esteem soars as students make connections and memories that will last a lifetime.
Qualified, experienced staff members provide students with the knowledge and tools they need to succeed. Our small class size and family-like atmosphere allow staff members to really get to know students, and we celebrate their accomplishments and achievements with them. Certified Teachers of the Handicapped and Teaching Assistants are assigned to each classroom, providing a 1:3 staffing ratio throughout the school.
Our related-services staff includes Speech and Language Clinicians, School Clinical Social Workers, Psychiatrists, School Nurses, Occupational Therapy Consultants and staff specializing in substance and sexual abuse.