At the New Story Selinsgrove School, our students are writing new chapters filled with hope and success for their futures. Our goal is to teach students the necessary social, behavioral and educational skills they need to be successful in life – and return to their home school as quickly as possible. Our school provides emotional support and autism support classrooms for students K-21 years of age.
Our staff is dedicated to ensuring that each student has an opportunity to grow to their fullest potential. One way we do this is by addressing the student’s behavior issues first, so that the student can focus on learning new skills. Students who attend our school maintain a regular academic schedule, including reading, math, social studies, and science.
We teach our students life-long skills on a varying degree of levels in areas such as appropriate behaviors, self-sufficiency, personal hygiene and vocational skills. New Story Selinsgrove students also learn how they can be a productive member of their community.