In Morrisville and South Burlington, Vermont
The Mosaic Learning Center Schools provide a supportive, nurturing environment for students with significant developmental disabilities—allowing them to learn new skills through meaningful and innovative instruction. Our intentionally-small programs are uniquely designed to offer personalized programming with the “just-right” challenge for maximum achievement. We pair the quiet structure of our schools with rich community experiences to enhance our students’ personal growth and social opportunities.
Students who come to Mosaic Learning Center have typically developed critical connections to public school staff and service providers in their communities. We work closely with this team of school staff and service providers on a regular basis, and we value the constructive partnerships we develop with them.
Many of our students who attend the Mosaic Learning Center transition back to their public schools. With our focus on developing independence, these students are able to successfully navigate daily routines with fewer adult supports. For those students who graduate from our independent schools, we work closely with adult service providers to seamlessly bridge the transition from school to community living—with a goal of employment upon graduation.
Recognizing that each community is unique in its offerings for students with developmental disabilities, we utilize a Student Summit process to identify individual strengths that support the achievement of meaningful goals for our participants.
This process involves family, guardians, school teams and related providers sharing stories together in a supportive environment. Through this process, we discover the inherent strengths and moments of exceptional learning of our students, and develop individualized learning paths using this new knowledge.
South Burlington, Vermont