MetSchools, an education management company based in New York City, was founded to serve children and their families in the New York City area and beyond. Our first school, Sunshine Developmental School, served 12 children in 1986 and has since grown to serve over 600 children annually. Our entire family of schools has grown to serve over 1,600 students through 2012, and we continue to grow.
We believe in letting the experts do their jobs. Our program directors are exceptional leaders, educators, and administrators. In addition to developing and maintaining curriculum, our program directors attract the finest professional, clinical, and administrative personnel. Our schools work tirelessly with children and their families to ensure that all of our students receive an educational program which meets their individual needs, and beats their expectations.
Our programs are facilitated by a strong backbone in our corporate offices, including a sophisticated, web-based accounting, billing, and information sharing system. Information technology is handled through a highly experienced team of professionals who take advantage of the most state-of-the-art technologies, and integrate them into all of our schools.
We have grown by horizontal and vertical extensions geographically, developmentally, and pedagogically. Our mission is to provide children the greatest breadth of academic and social diversity. We believe that the greatest array of educational experiences introduced to a child will yield the greatest set of interests in the future adult.
MetSchools In The News...
Asperger's entry removal from manual decried, Delthia Ricks, Newsday
Monday, February 4, 2013
Families With Special Needs Struggle To Get Children To School During Strike, NY1
Wednesday, January 16, 2013
With School Gym as Olympic Stadium, Autistic Students Chase Goals, New York Times
Wednesday, August 8, 2012
High-tech class gets special needs students moving with Microsoft Kinect, Fox News
Monday, August 6, 2012
Physical Education and Technology: Using Video Sports Games to Engage Students with Disabilities, Huffington Post
Wednesday, July 11, 2012