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Shelton admits learning-different students of any race, color, religion, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national and ethnic origin in the administration of our educational policies, admission policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs.

About Us

Shelton is a unique organization all laser focused on improving the education of those individuals with learning differences:
  • The School
    1,000 students in a day school program through a customized curriculum delivered by experienced educators with expertise in learning differences.
  • Evaluation Center
    provides comprehensive assessments for clients (age PreK through adult) that result in a roadmap for success
  • Speech & Language Therapy Program
    serves the community through individual and group therapy, hearing and vision screening and assessments to children and adolescents both on and off campus
  • Teacher Training Program
    provides instructional training for educators, parents and the community who educate and interact with individuals who learn differently

As an extension of the school, Shelton also offers:

  • Shelton Scholars Program
    a special Saturday & Summer remedial program helping students age 6 to adult, generally those not attending Shelton already
  • Summer School Program
    Shelton offers some of its best classes and activities in the Summer. There is something for all students from PreK through High School
6:1 average student teacher ratio

Teachers trained in 3 countries, 12 states, and 27 cities

1 to 1 laptop program for grades 5 - 12

$4.4 million in college scholarships

100 zip codes represented

Over 1,000 community speech & vision screenings per year

Clients from 3 to 43 years old assessed by the Evaluation Center

Teachers have 19 years average experience; over half have advanced degrees

369 student athletes in 6th - 12th grades

Number of individuals IMPACTED since 1976: Countless