Great Heights Academy

Private School

UPDATED: September 10, 2018

Great Heights Academy is a K-12 school for children with intellectual & developmental disabilities such as Autism, Aspergers, Down syndrome, CP, and more. We foster a caring and creative environment dedicated to changing the lives of every student that walks through our door. We provide an education system like no other. With our focus on each childs strengths and weaknesses in mind, no two kids are taught the same way. Our school exposes students to age-appropriate class activities, with a modified curriculum allowing children to work hands-on while encouraging practical, life, & social skills.

Our program understands the need for thinking outside the box when it comes to our students and for that reason, we expose them to non traditional therapies such as Horse Therapy, Music Therapy, Karate, Drama, Dance, Cooking and more! We have an open door policy with our parents and encourage outside therapists to work inside our school so that we can accomplish our goals quicker!

We are open year round which includes no school holidays, winter, spring, and summer camp. If your child is not enrolled in our school, they can still participate in all the fun activities we host through out the year!

  • Languages:
  • English
  • Insurances Accepted:
  • N/A
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9280 Hammocks Blvd.
#101 & #103
Miami, FL 33196
United States



(786) 773-2285



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