WELCOME TO LINDEN GROVE SCHOOL
Specialized Learning for the Whole Child
Linden Grove School is a private, state-accredited, not-for-profit school that offers an alternative learning program for students primarily diagnosed with an autism spectrum disorder and who struggle in a more traditional school setting. Linden Grove addresses many of the academic, sensory, social, communication, and behavioral needs common for children with autism and other related learning and behavioral disorders.
Linden Grove School provides a specialized, progressive educational program for K-8 students with autism and other related learning needs. Our program partners with families in a respectful, rewarding and supportive environment, inspiring hope for all and providing each student with the opportunity for personal growth and independence.
FEATURED NEWS & EVENTS
Café 201 runs like a well oiled machine! Students visit classrooms on Wednesdays with a complete menu to collect orders from the teachers and staff. Friday morning you can smell bacon coming from Room 201 as Ms. Perlson and her group of talented students, or chefs, prepare meals. There are several delicious options such as pancakes, waffles, sausage, eggs, and fresh fruit and the classroom is … Read More
FREE Family Event for Individuals with Autism & Special Needs and their families! Event Objective: To help connect Cincinnati & Northern, KY families and educators to the over 70 local and state Autism & Special Needs Organizations here in our community. Cost: FREE Date: Saturday, May 7th Location: Sharonville Convention Center 11355 Chester Rd, Cincinnati, OH 45246 Event Time: … Read More
Kroger Community Rewards For Linden Grove School Dear Linden Grove Families and Staff: Please take a few minutes to enroll or re-enroll in the Kroger Community Rewards Program. Anyone who registered before April 1, 2016 must re-enroll online to continue supporting LGS. This is an easy way for LGS to receive extra funds. We are awarded $200 for every $5,000 we spend. Every dollar we earn goes … Read More
Needed: 8 to 21 Year Olds with Autism Spectrum Disorder Eye-Tracking and Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) Research Study What: We want to learn more about how attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) affects people with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). We will also see if there are differences in the brain, using eye-tracking and TMS tests (both non-invasive), between people who … Read More