Located throughout Virginia, Rivermont schools provide a therapeutic educational program for students ages 5-22 in grades kindergarten through 12 with special needs, including those associated with autism spectrum disorder, behavioral challenges, and have difficulty learning in a traditional school setting.
Focused on helping students understand, develop, and manage their emotions and behaviors, Rivermont’s teams of educators and specialists meet students where they are in their development, and work with them to get them to reach their milestones so they can return to their home schools.
Rivermont has a 35-year legacy of providing high-quality and high-impact programs in the Commonwealth. Rivermont schools are licensed by the Virginia Department of Education, and all class credits earned are fully transferable. All schools are accredited by the Virginia Association of Independent Specialized Education Facilities (VAISEF) and Cognia.
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Rivermont Schools are licensed by the Virginia Department of Education. All class credits earned are fully transferable. All schools are fully accredited by the Virginia Association of Independent Specialized Education Facilities (VAISEF) and Cognia.
Rivermont, A New Story School, is accredited by VAISEF, whose accreditation process has been approved by the Virginia Council for Private Education as recognized by the Virginia State Board of Education.
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