North Florida School of Special Education, established in 1992, is committed to providing a comprehensive individualized education plan for each student that meets his/her academic needs and sets realistic goals for success.
Our school’s program is delivered through an integrated team approach involving the teachers, teaching assistant, speech, physical, occupational, and social skills staff. Our programs, with classes serving students age 6 through 22 years of age, include:
We adhere to a 1:6 Teacher/student ratio. At North Florida School of Special Education, students receive a quality education, participate as contributing members in their community and work alongside our teaching professionals and resource therapies staff to improve their academic, vocational and social skills.
The mission of North Florida School of Special Education is to improve the lives of students with mild to moderate intellectual disabilities through the achievement of academic, vocational, and social skills.