The Pathway School Provides Leading-Edge Special Education and Therapeutic Support
Pathway is a nonprofit, private special education school serving students ages 5–21 with mild to moderate Autism Spectrum Disorder, intellectual and significant learning disabilities, emotional challenges, and neurological impairments such as ADHD or Mood and Anxiety Disorders. More than 50 regional school districts refer students with special needs to Pathway.
Pathway’s special education and therapeutic support professionals meet individual students where they are, inspire their courage as learners, and teach them the way each one learns best. In Pathway’s supportive environment, students also acquire practical life skills to help them thrive in their communities now as children, and later as adults.
Students with Special Education Needs Find their
Place at Pathway
Creating a PATH: Robotics Education for All
Bringing the world of STEM and robotics to special education students is now a reality at The Pathway School. We are excited to be one of the only programs in the FIRST Mid-Atlantic Robotics Competition for students solely with special education...
Alum to Pathway Success Partner
Jack Bateman, a Pathway student from 1981-1993, has maintained a professional career since graduating. He described how Pathway prepared him for his career working in maintenance: “Going to Pathway was like being a janitor with keys. Each key...