• Beach Day at Center School

    Beach Day at Center School is a student and staff favorite!

  • Playing in our swimming pool builds muscles and confidence

    Playing in our swimming pool builds muscles and confidence

Each student can succeed with the proper supports

The Center School provides the full range of educational and therapeutic support services to meet each student's special needs.

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THE CENTER SCHOOL MISSION

The Center School provides opportunities to maximize the quality of life for children and young adults who are faced with significant challenges while proving unconditional positive regard in a diverse environment. To ensure the well-being of students, The Center School assists schools, agencies, families, and communities. The Center School provides considerable resources to staff in order to meet the needs of the individual students.

Our goal is to help and work with you and your family, public school districts and human service agencies toward your goals and vision for your future.  The Center School maintains a copy of its policies and procedures manual on site.  Additionally, the Center School mails written notice annually to the parents and guardians of enrolled students that our policies and procedures are available to review at the school.

The Center School
1913 Northampton Street
Holyoke, MA 01040

(413) 533-9500       (413) 533-5595 (fax)

School Based Services
School Based Services provides cost-effective educational options within public school districts for special needs students, at-risk students, and schools involved in changing their school culture. Call Chris Duff at (413)427-2063 to discuss a customized program for your school district.
Center School (Holyoke, MA)
Center School in Holyoke, MA, provides a safe learning environment and highly-trained educators and therapists for students with significant needs. Call Chris Duff at (413)427-2063 today to schedule a tour.
PROJECT-13
Project-13, INC,  is a 501c3 educational nonprofit working to end the school dropout crisis and to prepare students for success in college.