About P.G. Chambers School
“Discovering the unique potential within every child is our mission.”
At P.G. Chambers School, “discovering children’s unique potential” is at the heart of our mission, inspiring us to provide the best, most comprehensive education and therapy programs for children with disabilities, from birth through 22 years of age. The mission extends to the school’s state-of-the-art early education programs for young children with and without disabilities, six weeks to five years of age, in the school’s inclusive child care program.
Family-centered early intervention services for infants and toddlers with disabilities at P.G. Chambers School includes a home visiting program and play groups for toddlers. Kids Count Child Care, a full-day early education program, provides state-of-the art child care for working families. All children enrolled in our programs benefit from attending a school that makes a significant investment in their future with individualized instruction, the latest technology, highly qualified teachers, teaching assistants, therapists, nurses, social workers, and administrators, in a modern, comfortable, and safe facility.
In our state-accredited* school programs — preschool, elementary, middle, and soon to be added, high school classes — students achieve academic success because special education and related services have been the focus at P.G. Chambers School for almost 60 years, building a reputation for excellence recognized throughout New Jersey. Working in other community schools (private and public), PGCS therapists provide physical, occupational and speech therapy and consultation to help students access the curriculum and learn with other children their ages. Private therapy, professional development and training and support to families through education and information, expand our reach and make P.G. Chambers School a comprehensive learning environment for both children and adults.
P.G. Chambers School Goals
- To reach beyond best-practice and offer innovative services for children and families
- To continuously improve quality, collaboration, and sustainability
- To conscientiously prepare PGCS for the future
- To be effective advocates for children with disabilities
- To ensure that PGCS can meet the challenges of changing economic and educational environments through the development of resources
*NJ Department of Education Approved Private School for Children with Disabilities; NJ Department of Education Approved Clinic and Agency