An Effective, Positive Educational Alternative

If your child is struggling within his or her current school or educational environment, The Richardson School may be the answer. The Richardson School is a therapeutic day school located in your community that specializes in working with children, adolescents and young adults who have diagnoses of developmental/neurological disabilities, and behavioral and emotional issues.

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Alternative Education for Special Needs Children

The Richardson School serves children with:

  • Autism spectrum disorders
  • Intellectual disabilities
  • Emotional/behavioral disabilities
  • Orthopedic impairments
  • Developmental delays
  • Learning disabilities
  • Traumatic brain injuries
  • Other health impairments

A Therapeutic Classroom Setting

We at The Richardson School believe that a normal school setting is vital to the learning process, which is why our school offers all the amenities of a traditional school, but with specialized educational, behavioral, and social supports.

Located in 3 Wisconsin neighborhoods, Beloit, Brookfield and West Allis, our schools feature amenities that include large classrooms, sensory rooms, student fitness areas, outdoor playgrounds, gymnasiums, cafeterias and a mix of both traditional textbook curriculum and cutting-edge technology such as in classroom computer instruction, iPads, student laptops and smart boards in every class.

The goal is simple: To provide students the skills they need to function effectively and successfully, and return to their home school environment as soon as possible.

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Bobcat Camp

The Richardson School is proud to offer Bobcat Camp, a summer recreation program which stresses learning opportunities and community-integration experiences. Click below for details!

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