New Story Schools, Ohio

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New Story Schools, Ohio (Columbus, Athens, Lancaster, Sandusky, Independence/Cleveland)

UPDATED: August 24, 2022

New Story Schools primarily serves students on the autism spectrum in small class sizes at schools that maintain ODE charters. Though autism is the most common diagnosis at New Story, these schools also serve students with many other developmental disabilities. New Story offers a K-12 education through their chartered schools in Columbus, Athens, Sandusky, Lancaster, and Independence (Cleveland Area).

New Story aims to provide a high-quality education in a setting that respects and honors the "least-restrictive-environment" for its students. In support of these educational services, New Story actively shapes behaviors to develop and foster the social, adaptive, and academic behaviors that eventually allow students to function and fully access their education through public schools or a "general-education" setting. More info is available online, by phone, or through visiting or touring one of our Ohio schools.

  • Languages:
  • English
  • Insurances Accepted:
  • No Cost
  • Medicaid
  • Private Insurance


New Story Schools
7690 New Market Center Way
Columbus, OH 43235
United States



(614) 602-6473



Cole Dunlevy

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