New Horizon School Admissions

Students are accepted into New Horizon School & Learning Center programs through referrals from school districts, medical professionals, psychologists, educational consultants, and privately by parents.

The admissions process generally includes the following steps:

  • Initial phone interview
  • Educational assessments and medical records are provided to the school for review
  • A consultation with the parents and/or a referring agency is scheduled
  • If appropriate, student and/or parent visits school for on-site observation
  • Final determination of acceptance is made by New Horizon School 

Take the First Step

To learn more about New Horizon School and whether it may be a good fit for your child, please contact Karen at (707) 579-3723 or send an email with your contact information.

Visiting

After initial consultation, students may be invited to visit our day school for all or part of a school day to observe class rooms and meet the staff and students. 

Summer School Admissions

The summer school admissions process begins in the spring.  School hours for full time day school students are 8:45 am to 2:45 T-Th and 8:45 am to 1:45 on Fridays. High school students wanting to join day school classes for credits are welcome to apply.

 


NOTICE OF NONDISCRIMINATORY POLICY AS TO STUDENTS

New Horizon School & Learning Center admits students of any race, color, religion, nationality, ethnic origin, gender identification, and sexual orientation with all the rights, privileges, programs and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, nationality, ethnic origin, gender identification and sexual orientation in the administration of its educational policies, admission policies, scholarship and loan programs, or other school administered programs. 


“Our experience with New Horizon School can only be described as a truly miraculous answer to a prayer.

“Our son, at age 17, was slowly but surely falling further behind every day, despite the beautiful, new, modern high school campus he attended. The faculty and administration seemed content, even willing, to allow him to fall through the cracks into abject failure.

“Contact with his teachers and guidance counselor proved fruitless. Our frequent pleas for testing were answered with refusals and excuses ranging from caseload to finances to limited time and staffing. Our boy’s attitude, confidence, and self esteem were being systematically destroyed, and the effects on our relationships and family life were truly heart wrenching.

“Out of frustration and desperation, we took him to New Horizon School for evaluation. Their tests revealed that he was far above average in intelligence, but suffered from a learning disability which adversely affected his ability to process information and convert it between written, spoken, and conceptual thought.

“The director of New Horizon accompanied us to a meeting with the administration of the high school and the hierarchy of the board of education, where we stated our case and insisted on their support to remedy the situation. As a result, the Board of Education paid our tuition at New Horizon, our boy flourished under their expert instruction, and he graduated from high school on time.

“He is a different young man now, self-confident and unfazed by the challenges of rigorous education. He completed the advanced electronic training program in the U.S. Air Force, and is now serving our country, maintaining the sophisticated navigational and guidance systems in some very complicated aircraft.

“His future is bright! Thank you New Horizon!"

Barry H. Baum, D.D.S.