A Private School for the Disabled is an option parents have when deciding on an appropriate educational setting for their child. This placement is at no cost to a family. Special education services for students with disabilities, ages 3 to 21, are funded through state, federal and local tax dollars.
A Private School for the Disabled adheres to all the rules and regulations of the New Jersey Department of Education including New Jersey certified professional staff. We welcome you to visit our school, meet the students and talk with our staff about your unique needs. It is our mission to work with you to provide your child with learning, accomplishments, and friendships. Parents play a key role in assisting in the decision of where their child will be educated. Each family works closely with their local school district’s Child Study Team to investigate various appropriate educational settings. Private special education schools are one of the choices you can discuss with your case manager. The final referral to HollyDELL comes from the child’s local school district. We look forward to meeting your child and exploring what HollyDELL has to offer your child and your family.
Admission to HollyDELL Adult Program is for individuals registered with DDD and no longer being serviced by their local school district. A family needs to work closely with their DDD Case Manager or Self-Directed Coordinator.