Gaynor’s After School Program has been a vibrant part of student life at Gaynor for ten years. It began with about 20 classes and 100 students and has grown over the years into a program enrolling approximately 300 students and 40 different classes.
Stephen Gaynor School has released a new video discussing the ways in which a performing arts education benefits students with language-based learning disabilities. The video, entitled “Performing Arts: Benefits for Students with Learning Differences,” features Stephen Gaynor School students and faculty including Head of School Dr. Scott Gaynor, Co-Founder and Director of Education Yvette Siegel-Herzog, as well as actor and Gaynor parent, Mark Ruffalo.
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.