The Help Group's

VILLAGE GLEN SCHOOL

The Help Group's

VILLAGE GLEN SCHOOL

Two Campuses

ONE MISSION

Village Glen School’s mission is to guide and support students with Autism Spectrum Disorder and other related special needs to reach their fullest social, communication, and academic potentials.

Based in Sherman Oaks and Culver City, Village Glen adheres to the belief that students should experience the joy of learning as a lifelong process and develop unique talents and skills in preparation for their future goals. We seek to inspire students to become effective communicators with solid social skills ready for the collaborative demands of work and social life. The school also aims to develop creative thinkers, committed and independent citizens, and compassionate, self-reliant individuals through partnerships with parents, the school, and the community.

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HighSchool

Two Campuses

ONE MISSION

Village Glen School’s mission is to guide and support students with Autism Spectrum Disorder and other related special needs to reach their fullest social, communication, and academic potentials.

Based in Sherman Oaks and Culver City, Village Glen adheres to the belief that students should experience the joy of learning as a lifelong process and develop unique talents and skills in preparation for their future goals. We seek to inspire students to become effective communicators with solid social skills ready for the collaborative demands of work and social life. The school also aims to develop creative thinkers, committed and independent citizens, and compassionate, self-reliant individuals through partnerships with parents, the school, and the community.

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Middle School

High School

Village Glen

BEYOND THE CLASSROOM

Village Glen students have unique profiles of strengths and weaknesses and, therefore, a multidisciplinary approach is critical to facilitate our students in reaching their full potential. That means providing more than just a strong academic program. Our students learn by doing and participating in non-academic activities, social skills classes, support services, and more.

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Counseling

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Technology

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Village Glen

BEYOND THE CLASSROOM

Village Glen students have unique profiles of strengths and weaknesses and, therefore, a multidisciplinary approach is critical to facilitate our students in reaching their full potential. That means providing more than just a strong academic program. Our students learn by doing and participating in non-academic activities, social skills classes, support services, and more.

College
Counseling

Social Skills

Student Life

Technology

Support Services

Village Glen

SCHOOL COMMUNITY

At Village Glen, we address the different challenges that each student with social and learning differences has, including autism spectrum disorder, as a team or community approach.

There are many people who make our school community special – from our students, teachers, administrators and specialists to alumni, parents and community partners. At Village Glen, we address the different challenges that each student with social and learning differences has, including autism spectrum disorder, as a team or community approach. We believe that our students with challenges can do well in school when they have the right support system behind them. Our school community focuses on student inclusion, strengths over weaknesses, and development of character through project based learning, unique social skills and enrichment opportunities, special career and alumni days, community service projects, and more. We take a full circle, collaborative approach to educating the whole child. In addition, we offer support groups for parents and caretakers to connect, share stories, and learn from one another as a supportive way to improve the quality of life of our young people in their families.

Village Glen

SCHOOL COMMUNITY

At Village Glen, we address the different challenges that each student with social and learning differences has, including autism spectrum disorder, as a team or community approach.

There are many people who make our school community special – from our students, teachers, administrators and specialists to alumni, parents and community partners. At Village Glen, we address the different challenges that each student with social and learning differences has, including autism spectrum disorder, as a team or community approach. We believe that our students with challenges can do well in school when they have the right support system behind them. Our school community focuses on student inclusion, strengths over weaknesses, and development of character through project based learning, unique social skills and enrichment opportunities, special career and alumni days, community service projects, and more. We take a full circle, collaborative approach to educating the whole child. In addition, we offer support groups for parents and caretakers to connect, share stories, and learn from one another as a supportive way to improve the quality of life of our young people in their families.

Latest

NEWS

COVID Regression or Learning Disability? Hear from our Experts

COVID Regression or Learning Disability? Hear from our Experts 721 720 Village Glen School

COVID Regression or Learning Disability? Hear from our Experts DATE: Wed., October 26th, 2022 TIME: 10:00 AM – 11:00 AM PDT The Help Group schools, leaders in the field of nonpublic special Please join us virtually on October 26th, as our own Dr. Carol Cao is joined by CSUN’s Dr. Sue Sears to discuss the distinction between regression caused by the pandemic versus the presence of a learning disability and what to do once you know. You can find recordings of our previous webcasts here. You can also subscribe to our YouTube channel here and you’ll be notified when our webcasts and other videos are uploaded. – FREE to attend – SPEAKERS: Carol Anne Cao, Ph.D. Director of Curriculum and Support Services Summit View Schools / The Help Group Sue Sears, Ph.D. Professor, Department of Special Education California State University, Northridge REGISTER

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Lastest

NEWS

COVID Regression or Learning Disability? Hear from our Experts

COVID Regression or Learning Disability? Hear from our Experts 721 720 Village Glen School

COVID Regression or Learning Disability? Hear from our Experts DATE: Wed., October 26th, 2022 TIME: 10:00 AM – 11:00 AM PDT The Help Group schools, leaders in the field of nonpublic special Please join us virtually on October 26th, as our own Dr. Carol Cao is joined by CSUN’s Dr.…

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Village Glen

Thank you for your interest in Village Glen School. We encourage you to attend an Online Q&A and Open House held weekly on Tuesdays at 10:00 a.m.

Interested In
Village Glen

Thank you for your interest. We encourage you to attend an Online Q&A and Open House held weekly on Tuesdays at 10:00 a.m.