The Villa’s Campus School is a NYS approved private 853 school created by Chapter 853 of the Laws of 1976. This year-round program incorporates academic, vocational, and remedial services for youth in our Residential Treatment Center and Residential Treatment Facility. Students with emotional disturbance and learning disabilities are supported by a highly trained staff of academic classroom teachers, teachers’ assistants, social workers, psychologists, psychiatrists, a school nurse, [a support coordinator and an academic coordinator.] Nearly 65 youth in grades 7 through 12 receive specialized daily instruction to ensure that all students with disabilities achieve the knowledge and skills necessary to live independent and self-directed lives.
Avalon School, also a NYS approved private 853 school, is a specialized day school offering education and therapeutic services to youth ages 12 to 21 who live at home but need assistance in addressing their academic, social, behavioral and emotional needs. Alongside a highly trained staff of teachers and teachers’ assistants are social workers, psychologists, psychiatrists, a school nurse, a support coordinator and an academic coordinator. Thirty students in grades 9 through 12 are served at Avalon, with 5 classrooms, meeting 210 days/year, including a 30-day summer session. Most students complete a Regents diploma and more than 80 percent of graduates pursue degrees and local colleges or trade schools, while others enter the workforce or military.
Villa of Hope's innovations in Physical Education teaching have been honored at NY State conferences now for the past two years. The following are links to handouts provided at the The New York State Association of Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance conferences in 2017 and 2018.
2016-2017 Project Adventure High Ropes grading sheet
Broom ball daily lesson plan 1
Cooperative games - rock wall - map
Learning Roadmap template
Plickers Assessment Magnets Set
Safety Plan Info
Sanctuary Youth Self Care Plan
The Other APE
Youth Safety Plan Poster