The Westview School is a special program for children with Autism Spectrum Disorders. The program is open to all children age two through middle school. The Westview School does not discriminate on the basis of race, creed, color, national origin, or religion.
Parents are invited to visit the school and observe in the classroom so they will be able to make an informed decision about whether the available opening is suitable for their child. An initial screening is then conducted to determine each child's eligibility for admission to the program. This includes:
1. Informal evaluation of the child through observation.
2. Parent interview.
3. Review of detailed application information.
4. Review of relevant records including all previous testing.
No formal evaluation is completed by The Westview School prior to admission; however, parents are encouraged to have a complete evaluation completed by a developmental pediatrician or developmental center.
Every child who is admitted must have a completed medical examination. Most children come to us with detailed pediatric evaluations as well as hearing assessments and other related tests.
Applicants to elementary and middle school must provide previous testing/evaluations and school reports. Once admitted into the program, The Brigance Inventory of Development is administered to use as a curriculum guide and a baseline against which future development is measured.
For further information contact:
Becky Mattis, Admissions Specialist (713) 973-1900 ext. 200 email@example.com
The Westview School's goal is that no child should be turned away due to financial limitations. Financial assistance is available for families who wish to attend Westview. The Board of Directors considers each application on an individual basis. Assistance is awarded based on the availability of funds and the families financial need.
Westview accepts students for admission without regard to their financial status. Decisions regarding admission and financial assistance are made separately.
Any family that has been accepted for enrollment and wishes to apply for financial assistance at Westview, should fill out an application made available through FAST (Financial Aid for School Tuition). Please do not fill out the application until the student has been accepted. To access the application on FAST's secure website, please follow the link below.
Student Council - Students in Upper Elementary and Middle School participate in Student Council. Student Council projects include getting a water fountain on the playground, working on a food drive, and 4th Friday Pizza Lunches.
Group Identity - Often, children with ASD have difficulty identifying themselves as part of a group. At Westview,
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