Coastal Learning Center - Monmouth
38 Arnold BoulevardCounty:Monmouth
Howell, NJ 07731Year Established:1974
Phone:732-367-6663
Fax:732-364-5905
Email:Web-Site:www.coastallearningcenter.org


Director/Principal:John Melloy


Type of Program/Services:Private school for individuals with disabilities having difficulties in public school settings.

Services Include:Behavior Management System, Academic Remediation, Transition Services, Individual and Group Counseling, Culinary Studies, Employment Orientation, O.T./P.T., Speech, S.A.C., Art, Reading Program, Sewing, Computers, Athletic Teams, Structured Learning Experience


Full-time staff:52Part-time staff:5


Classes Offered/Disabilites Served:Behavioral and Multiple Disabilities
Age Range:5-21
Counties Served:Burlington, Essex, Mercer, Middlesex, Monmouth, Ocean, Union
Approval/Accreditation:NJDOE
Number of Students/Clients:90
Number of Classes (if school):9
Grade Range:K-12
Length of School/Program Year:10 months and Extended School Year
Private Students/Clients accepted:
Scholarships available:N/A


Mission Statement:The mission of Coastal Learning Center is to offer a comprehensive educational placement designed to meet the needs of students with behavioral and multiple disabilities. We strive to enhance our students' self-esteem, increase their self-control and improve their sense of self-responsibility while providing them with an individualized education. This is accomplished by providing a structured, yet flexible, therapeutic environment staffed with caring individuals. Part of our mission is to prepare our students for the future, whether it is to further their education, seek vocational training, join the armed services or enter the work force. Through academics, art, computer, technology, sports, SLE and practical arts, our students' lives are enriched. A low student-to-staff ratio allows us to know the students well and provides them with the opportunity to relate to us easily. We believe that a positive relationship with at least one warm, supportive, firm, consistent staff can lead to the social and emotional growth of our special needs students.