Learning from the Legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

In honor of Martin Luther King Jr. Day, teachers have been incorporating lessons into their classes that focus on the civil rights icon and his teachings in various immersive ways in the EC, Lower Division, and Upper Division.

Infinitely Exceptional: A Strength-Based Approach

What does it mean for students to be infinitely exceptional? How do we, as Gaynor educators, employ a strength-based approach in order to best teach our students who demonstrate exceptionally unique and beautiful learning differences?

Five Questions With… Olivia Robinson

“Five Questions With…” is an ongoing series in the Gaynor Gazette. This article will appear in the Winter 2019 edition of the Gazette and features administrative assistant, Olivia Robinson.

Using Inference Skills By Deciphering “Crime Scene” Clues

A Gaynor speech-language pathologist found a creative way to help students practice and improve upon their inference skills by setting up a “crime scene” where students could find and interpret clues.

Our Mission

A pioneer in special education, Stephen Gaynor School is an independent Pre-K, Lower, and Middle School for bright students with learning differences. Founded in 1962, Stephen Gaynor School provides a highly individualized educational program in a rich, rigorous, and nurturing environment in which students gain the skills and confidence necessary to learn, grow, and reach their full potential.