The Community School of Maryland educational programs are approved by the Maryland State Department of Education. Classrooms are licensed by Montgomery County Department of Health and Human Services and the residential facilities are approved and licensed by the Developmental Disabilities Administration. The Community School of Maryland is also a member of Maryland Association of Non-Public Special Education Facilities (MANSEF).
The Community School of Maryland campus extends over 9 acres in a park-like setting with ample opportunity for exploration and learning. In addition to classrooms, the sprawling campus has an occupational therapy center, a speech and language center, and a full-sized gymnasium. Specially outfitted areas have been designed to provide specialized academic experiences, employment training and transition training. The campus has structured areas for play and learning tailored to the needs of younger students and learning areas devoted to transition-related educational experiences for older students. The school’s proximity to suburbs and cities allows for community involvement and the opportunity to apply the functional skills that are developed in the classroom.
To learn more about CSAAC’s Community School of Maryland, contact Scott Murtha, Educational Director, at (240) 912-3606.