The Laurel Education Group, which includes Newgrange School and Laurel School of Princeton, recognizes brilliance by empowering students who learn differently. The schools’ evidence-based approach helps students discover their unique educational and social/ emotional path by acknowledging their strengths, talents and brilliance.

Instruction in both schools is delivered with a multisensory and inquiry-based approach by expert teachers who have years of experience teaching children with learning differences and are certified to instruct using Orton Gillingham and Wilson Language programs.


Founded in 2012, the Laurel School of Princeton is a coeducational independent day school serving students in grades 1-8 with language-based learning differences such as dyslexia, dyscalculia, ADHD and executive function deficits.

The Laurel School fosters the exploration of students’ gifts and talents both in and out of the classroom and integrates opportunities for them to shine, such as through visual and performing arts or engineering challenges and creative expression in the school’s Innovation Lab.

“We’re the only school in the state to offer the NoticeAbility program, a tailored enrichment curriculum that helps students with dyslexia recognize, appreciate and capitalize on their strengths,” says Director of Admissions Amy Deutsch. “By providing experiences that validate their individuality, students build confidence and self-esteem.”


The Newgrange School is a learning environment dedicated to improving educational outcomes for students with ASD and learning disabilities.

Twice-Exceptional (2E) learners build character and community in a multisensory environment that’s academically rigorous and develops the whole child. The school offers a Transition Intensive Program (TIP) for 16-21-year-old students to further their vocational and life skills, social interactions and community-based experiences.

“Kids often come to us with their confidence broken by their school districts and they feel as though they can’t learn. But their spark quickly returns as they discover that they can grow and thrive here,” Deutsch says. “We regularly receive feedback from parents that their child feels as though they’ve finally found a place where they fit in.”

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