The Auburn School grows the social and academic potential of bright students with social and communication challenges, simultaneously supporting the development of academic skills, social competency and pragmatic language in an engaging educational environment.
K - 12
Average Class Size: 8
Who you serve:
Co-ed, Elementary, High School, Middle School
We offer a dynamic educational program for intellectually curious students with challenges in the areas of communication, socialization, pragmatic language, and organization. Our program is appropriate for students who can learn successfully and appropriately in a small classroom setting. Auburn's program simultaneously supports the development of academic skills, social competency and pragmatic language in an engaging educational environment. To achieve this mission, The Auburn School:
•Integrates social skills and pragmatic language development throughout the curriculum and school day using research-based programs and educational best-practices;
•Provides a challenging academic curriculum featuring multi-sensory instruction, research-based curriculum and appropriate student accommodations;
•Offers a safe, nurturing and highly personalized learning environment for children through small class sizes, individualized learning plans and a supportive school setting;
•Identifies and develops individual student strengths, talents and interests; and seeks out, employs and supports the very best educators and staff.
- Address: 13525 Dulles Technology Drive, Suite 101
- Zip Code: 20171
- Phone: 703-793-9353
- Website: http://www.theauburnschool.org/Herndon.cfm
What differentiates your school from all others?
Auburn serves students who have social leaning challenges such as Asperger's, NV-LD, PDD, Anxiety Disorder, Sensory Processing Disorder, ADHD. We not only provide a rigorous academic program, but we also integrate social, emotional, executive functioning, behavioral, and sensory supports and education.
What kind of student is most successful at your school?
Students who are on academically and socially motivated, but struggle with social interactions, pragmatic language, understanding perspective, making friends, self-regulation, self-advocacy, and attention.
Why should we choose your school?
Auburn is a unique school because of the dual curriculum. Both academic and social learning is integrated throughout the day. Students receive support for their social needs and are challenged academically.