Statement of Services

Morning Star School provides a strong educational foundation to students with learning differences including ADD, Processing Deficits, High Functioning Autism, Mild Intellectual Disabilities and Specific Learning Disabilities such as Dyslexia, Dyscalculia, Dysgraphia, Executive Functioning Deficits, Non-Verbal Learning Disabilities and Visual Perceptual/Visual Motor Deficit. In his letter to the Romans, St. Paul teaches us that we are to use our different gifts in accordance with the Grace that God has given us. At Morning Star School, students experience the teachings of St. Paul in an environment where their individual talents are recognized, praised and nurtured.

What We Provide


We believe that each child is an individual with unique learning styles. With a highly structured learning environment and curriculum individualized to fit each child’s needs, we are dedicated to helping each of our students perform to their highest potential. We recognize that it is critical for each child to acquire a realistic assessment of individual potential and develop an attitude of respect, service, and concern for other members of society.


Religion is an essential part of Morning Star’s school-wide curriculum and supports the mission of the school by promoting Catholic spiritual values. Catholic social teaching is integrated into all subject areas. Students participate in daily devotions over the intercom, attend monthly liturgies, participate in service projects and participate in student retreat days.


All students participate regularly in physical education.  Students work on fine and gross motor skills, manipulative skills, rhythm, games, physical fitness, social skills and team sports. Our physical education program integrates academic curriculum with physical activity. Students learn leadership skills while engaging in healthy activities. Emphasis is placed on teamwork and cooperation.


Through music and art classes the students are exposed to both visual and performance art. Students work on art projects in a variety of mediums including pencil, ink, paint, chalk, crayon as well as crafts. In music, students not only practice vocal skills but learn to play various multi-cultural instruments. Rhythm and movement are used to enhance the music experience. Students are able to participate in our band, choir, talent show, and musical. Students may participate in Young Rembrandts art programs or Musicworks Band programs after school.


Morning Star School offers speech and language therapy through the services of a licensed Speech-Language Pathologist. Evidence-based speech therapy may emphasize improvements in the areas of articulation, voice, fluency, and receptive/expressive language skills.


We are proud to offer sacramental prep programs specifically designed to enable students with disabilities access to the same preparation as their non-disabled peers.


Life and social skills instruction is integrated throughout the school day. Students are taught specific problem solving, time management, and organizational skills. These skills are reinforced in classroom instruction, behavior therapy, physical education, and religious instruction.

“My son attended public and other private schools before we found Morning Star, He started last year and he had a very good year. The school is such a blessing. We never expected him to fit in so well.”

Grateful Morning Star School Parent

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