At David Gregory School, we believe that each child comes to us with a gift that is uniquely his or her own. Our goal is to cultivate a child’s individual strengths and address his/her individual challenges.
The school was founded in 1993 by two life-long educators, Carolyn Hancock and Marie Lupinski, who were driven by their dedication and passion for helping children with developmental disabilities. With a far-reaching vision and unique approach, David Gregory School offers the best education available to children with autism, PDD, and developmental disabilities by combining the proven techniques of Applied Behavioral Analysis (ABA) with a warm, welcoming, and nurturing environment.
Our Success Comes From...
Small school with a big heart
Each student is able to achieve the incremental successes that improve their lives and the lives of their family members.
Another core component of our approach is being “a partnership for learning”
This means that all of us— students, parents, teachers, child study teams, and the district— work together to help and support each other, while encouraging our children to master the academic and social skills that will allow them to reach their potential.