AHRC – NYC Chapter AHRC James P. Murphy Staten Island Preparatory School - All Children Learn


AHRC – NYC Chapter AHRC James P. Murphy Staten Island Preparatory School


Rated 2.0 out of 5
based on
1 Review(s)


Profiles of Students Served

AutismMental HealthADHDLearning DisabilityBehaviorSpeech and Language Impairments

Methodologies Used


Address: 23 Summit Street, Staten Island, NY, USA

Class Information

Grades: Non-Graded

Total Enrollment: 144 Students

Gender: Co-Ed

Residential / Boarding School: No

Day School: Yes

Student to Teacher Ratio: 8:1, 10:1

State Approved: Yes

Religious Affiliation: No Affiliation

Interaction with Non-Disabled Peers: Yes

Age: 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12

IQ: 0-20, 21-35, 36-49, 50-69, 70-80, 81-90, 91+

Enrollment Openings

Grade: Non-graded

Age: 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12

School Bio

Staten Island Prep will operate as a non-public Chapter 853 New York State Education (NYSED) approved private school and an NYSED approved preschool program offering 2 preschool classes for students with disabilities (4410 program). Staten Island Prep will serve students diagnosed with autism between the ages of 5-12 but has is also approved to educate students with learning disabilities, other health impairment, emotional disturbance, and or intellectual and developmental disabilities.


Yearly Tuition: 46,157

Application Deadline: N/A

Application Fee: $0

Openings Now: Yes

Accepting Applications: Yes

Interview Required: Yes


Additional Info

Honors Program: No

High School Diploma: No

Interaction with Non-LD Peers: Yes

Extra-Curricular / After School Program: No

Substance Abuse Program: No

Sensory Gym: No

Music: Yes

Arts: Yes

Theater: No

Student Bus Service: Yes


Falsely represented

Rated 2.0 out of 5
June 22, 2023

I took a tour and found that there is no gym equipment for the children. I was also shown the “sensory gym.” It is NOT a gym. I was a small room with wires hanging over play-set and pipes exposed. No outdoor play area either so your child will be stuck indoors. I did see some kids playing i inside front fence with a big ceremony statue in the middle and no toys and structured play. I would think twice before sending my child here. On a good note Staff was friendly.

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