The Joshua School seeks to serve children and families that will benefit from services specifically designed for children with developmental disabilities, including autism spectrum disorders. TJS serves children, ages 2½-21, and their families specializing in:
The Joshua School enrolls students year-round. Students are enrolled at the school through both public and private means. As an Eligible Facility, approved by the Colorado Department of Education, The Joshua School provides an opportunity for school districts to utilize our services as part of their educational continuum. TJS also accepts public referrals from the following divisions:
The Joshua School also accepts students enrolled directly by families.
The Joshua School values economic, racial, and cultural diversity and strives to incorporate all families into a co-educational setting. The admissions procedures and criteria are the same for both the Preschool Program and the School-Age Program. However, forms vary, depending on the program to which the family is applying.
The Joshua School seeks to understand the specific needs of each child and family to best decide who would benefit from our services. The information required includes, but is not limited to: reports – educational, psychological, medical, communication, motor skills, etc.; descriptions of the child’s current social skills, communication skills, self-monitoring/self-awareness skills, behavioral/coping skills, physical health needs and diet, etc.
If a pool of students is applying, students are evaluated in relationship to the pool of students who are applying for a position and in relationship to the current population of The Joshua School.
Please refer to the Admissions Checklist for more detailed instructions and feel free to call our Admissions Office with any questions you may have.
We currently have openings in the Preschool Program at the Denver campus and the School-Age Programs at both the Denver and Boulder campuses.
Please contact us if you're interested in enrolling your child.