If your student is eligible for the Windsor Bergen Academy or the R.I.S.E. Program, please contact us to discuss the enrollment process.
Windsor Schools admits students who are classified under the Individuals with Disabilities Act as emotionally disturbed, learning disabled, or have other health or behavioral impairments. Students are referred to the Windsor Schools by their district child study team. Windsor Schools admit students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin in administration of its admission policies, educational policies, scholarships, and loan programs, and athletic and other school administered programs.
How to Enroll
Students are referred to the Windsor Schools by their district case managers. The case managers submit student records for review by the admissions staff to determine the appropriateness of our program for the student. If the student appears to be a good candidate, an intake interview is scheduled with the student, the parent(s) or guardian, and a representative for the district.
During the intake, an interview will be conducted to determine if our school’s program is an appropriate match for the student’s needs and interests. This would include a review of the student’s IEP, evaluations, clinical history, academic levels of functioning, and needed related services. The interview also includes an informative presentation of the program, as well as a guided tour of the building.
After the intake is complete, the district representative and the parent will be informed of a decision in a timely manner. If all parties are in agreement that our program is an appropriate placement for the student, our school will provide the sending school district with an acceptance letter and a tuition contract.