The Westview School is a private, nonprofit school for high-functioning children with autism spectrum disorder from ages 2 to 15 years. The program is comprised of two main components: academics and social communication social skills.
Finding the right school for your child can be a daunting task. Many families feel "lost" and wonder if The Westview School will be the right fit. Westview may or may not be the right school for all children, but it is their mission to guide you along the way and help you find the school where your child can receive the best education and support, even if it is not there. Westview believes that children with autism spectrum disorder can grow and learn through a nurturing, positive and happy environment that enhances their self-esteem.
Westview holds an annual fundraiser every February at River Oaks Country Club.
The Westview School's board of directors is committed to assessing the minimum tuition rates possible each year. The school receives no federal or state funding and relies on the generosity of the Houston community to help fund the 22 percent of its operating budget not covered by tuition and fees. Educational supplies, books, workbooks, equipment, snacks, and field trips (including Camp SMILE for upper school students) are provided at no additional cost.