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Since 1981, The Westview School has always been a space where our students and their families could have big dreams. With a sensitivity to our student's social, emotional, and academic needs, Westview offers educational and social opportunities to children with autism spectrum disorder in a unique, specialized, and nurturing learning environment. The love and compassion Jane Stewart brought to the first Westview students in her home continues today on Kersten Drive. We see bright futures for each of our students. Westview is a place where our students can learn, grow, and develop a strong sense of self and an appreciation for others.

The Westview School relies on Annual Fund gifts to provide the critical resources that allow us to ensure an exceptional experience for every student.  Tuition dollars alone do not cover the cost of a Westview School education.   Helping bridge the gap are gifts made each and every year by parents, grandparents, faculty, staff and friends for immediate needs and essential programs. 


This year we begin a more direct focus on our growth as Westview embarks on a strategic plan to guide us for the next three years. Our school will focus on the following initiatives to support our strategic development.


Your gift supports Our People. The Westview School is comprised of staff and teachers who have a deep abiding passion and commitment to our school and its mission.

Donations provide professional development, including workshops and continuing education, so our staff can better meet the unique needs of every student.

Your gift supports Our Campus. The Westview School aspires to be known for its culture, staff, and program.

Donations help support our goal to create world-class facilities for the delivery of our mission-aligned program and meet the growing needs of our community.

Your gift supports Our Students’ Futures. Key to the success of The Westview School are activities that provide its students with the tools to live their best lives.

Donations fund supplemental programs that support student acquisition of critical thinking, problem solving, and social skills needed to navigate real-world situations.

Please partner with us as we continue to create options and opportunities for children with autism spectrum disorder to reach their potential.  To make your gift or pledge TODAY or to learn more, please visit our giving page.

Many employers sponsor matching gift programs and will match any charitable contributions or volunteer hours made by their employees. To find out if your company has a matching gift policy, please click here.

We thank you for your continued support of The Westview School.