Charting Educational Opportunities

At Port View Preparatory, our mission is serving children and young adults with special needs. Port View is not a private school, but we operate like the best special needs private schools in the country. We strongly believe each student has every right to reach his or her fullest developmental, academic and social potential. Ensuring that this happens is our passion and our privilege.

Who We Are


Our students range from kindergarten to those in adult transition education. We take a different approach to behavior modification that does not involve child restraints or seclusion.

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Caring for a special needs child is easier with everyone on the same team. We collaborate with parents and caregivers to extend the learning from the classroom into the home.

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It's hard for great educators to give children with high special needs the best opportunity with tight resources. We provide unmatched Student to Instructor/Aide ratios

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With less than 70 students, we have 3 in-house Board Certified Analysts. That's only part of our commitment to individualized care.

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What We Offer

  • Comprehensive Academic, Behavioral and Therapeutic Assessments

  • Applied Behavior Analysis

  • Two in-house Board Certified Behavior Analysts and one BCaBA

  • Unmatched Professional Student Support

  • Frequent instruction trips to local museums, restaurants, movies, parks, and more

  • Collaboration with parents and professionals for in-home programs

  • Personal iPads for students who need them

  • Student pick-up and drop-off in unmarked 2014-2016 Chevrolet Tahoe and Suburban SUVs

  • Access to administrator and BCBAs cell phone numbers

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