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Oak Hill School at Ann Antolini School in New Hartford, CT currently serves students with multiple disabilities, ages three to fourteen.  Students here have the unique opportunity to attend a public elementary school with their non-disabled peers while also receiving the comprehensive services available through Oak Hill School.  The children are an active part of the school community; using the cafeteria, gym, playground, and library with their peers and attending school-wide concerts and assemblies.  The children have the opportunity to develop and maintain friendships with their peers.

First and foremost, each student at Antolini/Oak Hill works toward developing the ability to use his or her communication skills across all daily activities.  Students may use objects, pictures, sign language, or augmentative communication devices as appropriate to their needs.  All staff encourage and assist students to actively interact with others, express basic needs, make choices, and express opinions.
  • Highly Individualized Instruction 

  • Communication and Social Skills

  • Functional Academics: Reading/Language Arts, Math,  Science, and Social Studies

  • Certified Special Education Teacher

  • Experienced Assistant Teachers

  • Assistive/Adaptive Technology 

  • Integrated Physical, Occupational, Behavioral  and  Speech/Language Therapies

  • Music and Art Therapy

  • Nursing Services as Required

  • Transdisciplinary Services 

  • Self-Help/Daily Living Skills and Independent Mobility

  • Community Participation

  • Extended School Year(249 days) with Rolling Admissions



We accept referrals from public school districts for students that would benefit from our program.

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Hartford, CT 06112

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Oak Hill School sets the standard in empowering students to learn through meaningful, functional, and innovative educational experiences which build self-advocacy, independence, and reinforce the dignity of students using comprehensive trans-disciplinary supports.