Helping Students with Special Needs
Go the Distance
Who We Serve:
St. Elizabeth School serves students with disabilities ages 6-21, grades 1-12, in Central Maryland.
We serve students with many different disabilities, including:
Autism Spectrum Disorders
Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)
Multiple Disabilities, which may include a combination of the following:
Speech or Language Impairment
Other Health Impairment, including ADD, ADHD, and Specific Learning Disability.
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Our school is an active community full of competent professionals, loving families, and of course, very unique and special students.
Although not a comprehensive list, St. Elizabeth School has served students with many different disabilities, and continues to adapt its program for new student needs. In addition to those listed above, we have served students with Down syndrome, Fragile X, Cerebral Palsy, Spina Bifida, and a wide range of others. If you're wondering if St. Elizabeth School can meet your child's needs, we welcome you to contact our Admissions Director, Judy Malin, for more information, or call us at 410-889-5054.
Location and Where We Serve:
St. Elizabeth School is located in Baltimore City, close to Morgan State University on Argonne Drive. For directions to our school, please click here.
Currently, St. Elizabeth School serves students in nine (9) Maryland Counties, including Baltimore City (shown in blue, in the map to the right). Our students come from:
Anne Arundel County
SES also offers "Mobile SES," a flexible and creative partnering with Local School Systems to devise short or long-term customized programs. Mobile SES customized programs uniquely fit a student for whom more traditional classes and service models have not been successful. Mobile SES can also be a distance learning program which helps SES students who are unable to physically come to school (e.g., due to illness) continue their studies without interruption.
With our expanding initiatives, such as Mobile SES, we hope to serve an even broader range of geographic areas in Maryland.