- Private, Special Education
- LITTLETON, CO
COVID-19 Update for Prospective Students and Families:
We are committed to our mission of serving students with diagnosed learning disabilities and know that they learn best in an in-person educational setting where they feel safe and valued. Learn More
For more than a half-century, it has been our mission to help K-8 students who struggle with diagnosed learning disabilities to become confident learners who will leave Havern with the skills to continue to succeed in life far beyond our hallways. Through specialized, small group instruction and integrated therapies, our highly-skilled and compassionate teachers and therapists offer a comprehensive and collaborative team approach to addressing the complex learning needs of our students.
We welcome students with learning disorders including
Expressive Language Disorder, Receptive Language Disorder, Dyscalculia, Dysgraphia, and Dyslexia. Our program supports students with learning difficulties related to ADHD, executive functioning, processing speed, working memory, and gross and fine motor skills.
We are pleased that you have found us as you search for the best possible options for educating your child and hope that you will take the opportunity to learn more about our unique school.
Integrated Therapies at Havern School
Whether or not they are receiving individual therapy services at school, all students participate in a weekly Speech/Occupational Therapy group. SPOT integrates skills addressed in individual and small group therapies, as well as within the classrooms. SPOT addresses and facilitates: language development, auditory memory/processing, social interaction, gross motor coordination, sensory processing
- African American7.4%
- Native American0%
- Pacific Islander0%
Living in the Area
- Cost of Livinggrade C minus
- Good for Familiesgrade B+
- Housinggrade C
Havern School Reviews
Attending a school where the kids are a lot like her (she has dyslexia, ADHD and an auditory processing disorder) has skyrocketed her confidence and self-esteem.
She loves knowing other kids with dyslexia, something that wasn't discussed at her public school. She's reading more fluently, and she's doing her math homework entirely on her own (first the first time ever).
I can't recommend Havern enough!