Bancroft School
425 Kings Highway EastCounty:Camden
Haddonfield, NJ 08033Year Established:1883
Phone:856-429-0010/856-348-1137 (Corporate Office)

Executive Director of Education:Dennis Morgan
Principal:Judith Brown

Type of Program/Services:Private School for Individuals with Disabilities - Day Program,Transition Program at Camden County College, Residential Program and Community Living Program.

Services Include:Health Services, Vocational/Prevocational, Psychological, Social Services, Residential, Speech and Language, Career Planning, LDTC, Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy, Assistive Technology, Transition Services, Social Skills Training, Music, Recreation, and Adult Services. The Bancroft Transition Program at Camden County College on the Blackwood Campus offers a meaningful college experience to students who traditionally have not had this opportunity, while preparing them for adult lives and employment. This Bancroft program on the Camden County College campus provides specialized Bancroft classes, participation in college life, and interaction with nondisabled peers. Students will enhance their skills, explore their interests and expand their social networks.

Full-time staff:290Part-time staff:

Classes Offered/Disabilites Served:Autism; Behavioral Disabilities; Cognitive-Mild, Moderate and Severe; Learning and/or Language Disabilities - Severe; Multiple Disabilities
Age Range:Infant-Preschool; 5-21
Counties Served:All counties in New Jersey, Out-of-State and Foreign Students
Approval/Accreditation:NJDOE, also in CT, DL, IL, MD, MA, PA, Fl, and VA
Number of Students/Clients:210
Number of Classes (if school):35
Grade Range:K - 12
Length of School/Program Year:10 Months and Extended School Year
Private Students/Clients accepted:Yes
Scholarships available:N/A

Mission Statement:Bancroft’s mission is to ensure that every person is given opportunities for lifelong learning and fulfillment. We do this by altering perceptions, and by supporting those with intellectual and developmental challenges and acquired brain injuries in achieving their life goals as valued and respected members of our world.