Information for Applicants

Students are admitted to The Milton School without reference to sex, race, creed, color or national origin.

Admission to The Milton School is based upon an assessment of the student’s ability to thrive in this type of learning environment.  Generally, a comprehensive Child Study Team Evaluation is conducted first, by the student’s home school district; eligible students are interviewed, and then invited to experience a day of classes at the school, to decide if the program will meet their particular needs.  It is important for the student to be part of the enrollment process.  The student’s desire to attend The Milton School is of utmost importance and is carefully considered in the acceptance process.

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After a youngsters visiting day, the staff is asked to voice their opinion regarding the acceptance.  If the Staff, the Director, the student and his/her parents or guardian are in agreement an acceptance letter will be sent to the sending school district and the student’s parents. 

Disabilities Served

Emotionally Disturbed      

Behaviorially Disturbed

Asperger's Syndrome     

Learning Disabilities

Oppositional Defiant Disorder

Dyslexia Spectrum Disorder: reading, spelling, written language

Mood Disorders/Bipolar

Depression

Anxiety Disorders/OCD

PTSD

School Phobia

Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder

Adjustment Disorders   

Eating Disorders

Motor Skills/Sensory Integration Deficits

Tic Disorders