Matching student needs with JCOS services.
Acceptance is based on appropriate match of student needs and JCOS services.
A panel of Special Education experts evaluates each student application based on his/her IEP/IESP.
If JCOS is not the right place for your child, Eileen Murtha, Director of Special Education at the Archdiocese of New York can help you try to find alternative options.
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