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TRAINING PROGRAM 

Former Student Talks About His Success

 

Positive Behavior Support Video

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NJ.Com Op-Ed - Bullying in Schools 

How to React to Bullying

 

Awarded School of Excellence for 8th Year

In May 2018, Washington Academy was selected as a School of Excellence for the eighth (8th) year in a row by NASET (The National Association of Special Education Teachers).  This distinction is proof of the high quality of services provided at the school. There are rigorous standards that review and analyze the overall program to ensure that parents and students receive the quality of education that they expect. 

  • Washington Academy - School Hours

    School Hours

    2018-2019 Calendar: 

    SCHOOL CLOSED:

    February 21st - President's Day

    April 14-20 - Spring Break

    May 27 - Memorial Day

    IMPORTANT DATES

    Annual Spotlight (Parent Training)

    April 2nd (4:00 pm - 7:00 pm)

    Marking Period 3 Ends (Mar 29)

    Regular School Day

    School Opens at 8:10 am

    School ends at 2:10 pm

    1/2 Day Schedule

    8:10 am to 12:45 pm

  • Washington Academy - Admissions

    Admissions

    STUDENT SUCCESS

    at WA

    On Average, 40% of students who enroll Kindergarten through 2nd Grade are successful at transitioning back to public school within 2 years.

    Admissions Office

    Call 973-759-6555

    ACCEPTING IEPs for NEW STUDENTS 

    Lower School (Pre-k - 8th Grade):

    Upper School (9th - 12th Grade):

  • Washington Academy - News

    News

    • March 21, 2017

      (BELLEVILLE, NJ) Washington Academy today announced that it's innovative transition program to Least... read more

    • February 8, 2017

      (BELLEVILLE, NJ) Teachers at Washington Academy receive at least double the number of hours of teach... read more

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  • Washington Academy - Anti-Bullying Program

    Anti-Bullying Program

    Anti-Bully Coordinator:

    Mr. Darrell Shoulars, M.A.

    To speak with any anti-bully trained staff: Call 973-759-6555

    For more information about the Washington Academy Bully program, contact: Anti-Bullying Mailbox