Research-driven curriculum provides age-appropriate academics
Who We Serve
In the Tuttle School, our students are part of a caring community of teachers, staff and peers. We are a school focused on individual instruction, acquisition of social skills for life, and work force skills. Our goal is to create a learning environment where students achieve success. Through programs designed to develop students' independence and interdependence, all students learn how to help themselves and each other.
We serve children and young adults ages 5-25 with:
- Cerebral Palsy
- Down Syndrome
- Fragile X
- Intellectual Development Disabilities
- Prader-Willi Syndrome
- Students with Epilepsy
- Williams Syndrome
We are not an appropriate school for children with severe behavioral disorders.
Special Olympics instills teamwork, leadership, social skills…and fun!
We help prepare students and families for life beyond Tuttle
Fun-centered environment which fosters learning
Our focus on functional academics teaches necessary life skills