Maryland’s Nonpublic Schools

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A nonpublic school is the appropriate choice for many Maryland students who are unable to have their needs met in the public schools.

These schools, which are members of the Maryland Association of Nonpublic Special Education Facilities (MANSEF), serve students ages 2 to 21 who require the most intensive services for a range of disabilities including:
• Emotional disabilities
• Learning disabilities
• Multiple disabilities
• Autism
• Intellectual disabilities

MANSEF unites a diverse community of educators, professionals, and parents to advocate for the needed continuum of services for children and adolescents with disabilities.

Learn more about MANSEF and find member schools.