Special Education Schools - Locations
The Department of Special Education operates a variety of special education schools and learning centers to serve children with learning disabilities, attention deficits, communication disorders, and autism-spectrum disorders. Private special education schools are owned and operated by other Catholic agencies and the Archdiocese of St. Louis maintains a collaborative relationship with them.Archdiocesan Special Education Schools -
- The St. Mary's Early Intervention and Pre-School – North and St. Mary's Early Intervention and Pre-School – South provide early intervention services for children with developmental disabilities and/or developmental delays ages six weeks old through six years old in an inclusionary early childhood education center that includes day care and pre-school.
- Annunziata School and The Academy at St. Sabina provide full-day special education for elementary school aged children with learning disabilities, attention deficits, speech-language deficits, and autism-spectrum disorders.
- Ascension Learning Center and St. John the Baptist Learning Center provide part-day special education for elementary school aged children with learning disabilities, attention deficits, and speech-language deficits. Students attend the general education parish school for part of the day as well.
- St. Gemma Center provides full-day special education for elementary school aged children with autism and/or developmental disabilities.
- St. Joseph's Special Services provides pre-vocational services for students at St. Mary's High School and Trinity Catholic High School.
- St. Joseph’s Institute for the Deaf is a private special education school that provides auditory-oral education and a wide range of programs and services for hearing-impaired children and young adults.
9 special education schools in this listing.