Every student deserves the opportunity to succeed.

 

Welcome to Windsor Prep High School

At Windsor Prep, we understand that to succeed, some students needs a different approach to learning. Windsor Preparatory High School is a state-approved, non-profit, alternative education program for classified, special needs students with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), academic, social, emotional and behavioral concerns.

Windsor Prep’s special education school programs feature a wide variety of academic strategies, along with a structured behavior modification system, counseling, and consistent parental communication, to give your child the best opportunity to succeed.

Academic achievement, community service and mainstreaming are more than possibilities, they are proven realities for Windsor Prep students.

IMPORTANT DATES

Dec
3
Mon
First Floor All Windsor Lunch
Dec 3 all-day
Dec
10
Mon
Second Floor All Windsor Lunch
Dec 10 all-day
Dec
20
Thu
Holiday Breakfast
Dec 20 all-day
Dec
21
Fri
Early Dismissal
Dec 21 all-day
Dec
24
Mon
School Closed, Building Closed – Holiday Break
Dec 24 – Dec 27 all-day
Dec
28
Fri
School Closed, Building Open
Dec 28 – Dec 29 all-day
Dec
31
Mon
School Closed, Building Closed
Dec 31 all-day
Jan
1
Tue
School Closed, Building Closed
Jan 1 all-day
Jan
2
Wed
School Reopens
Jan 2 all-day

Meeting the Special Needs of Students

When behavioral issues prohibit your child from functioning in a traditional school setting, we can help.  At Windsor Prep, our primary goal is improving the educational and social functioning of your child, through positive behavior reinforcement.

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Nutrition & Wellness

We participate in the National School Lunch and Breakfast Program. Printable School Cafeteria menus are ONLINE NOW!

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ACADEMICS

A well-rounded academic program prepares our students for a successful future.

STUDENT LIFE

Students enjoy a traditional school experience including sports, arts, and other extracurricular activities.

SUCCESS STORIES

We provide students with proven strategies to help manage their academic and behavioral issues.

VISIT WINDSOR

Make an appointment to tour our school and meet with one of our Admissions coordinators.

Our GOAL is to find the KEY that unlocks each student’s

potential to thrive

in High School and BEYOND.

The REACH Program

The “REACH” Program offers a curriculum geared toward students who struggle with a traditional high school curriculum. Academic, social, language, and employment skills are addressed through a functional life skills curriculum and correlated to the NJ Core Curriculum Content Standards.

 

 

Transition Assistance Program (TAP)

Transition Assistance Program (TAP) offers students who have completed all the state academic requirements for graduation an opportunity to continue their education in the areas of career exploration and employment skills as well as independent life skills.

Career & Transition Services

Career and transition services will be offered to students grades 9 through 12. Students will engage in numerous hands-on vocational assessments, providing the opportunity to learn the necessary skills for daily living and independent functioning in a variety of environments.

 

Windsor Prep High School Anti Bullying Specialist

Dr. Stephanie Tsai-Kim
60 W. Midland Ave.
Paramus, NJ 07652
201-523-9533
stsai-kim@windsorschools.com
Harassment, Intimidating and Bullying Policy (HIB)

Windsor Classroom Upgrades Include iPads

Windsor Prep has integrated iPads into the classroom environment. Students are excited and engaged in rich learning experiences using the numerous educational apps available for this new technology.

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