When did Divine Savior School open? 

Divine Savior School opened in summer of 2020 and is currently serving students. We are fully functioning, working with professional partners to also provide ABA, speech, and occupational therapy.

What ages does the school serve?

Our school serves students from early intervention through the high school age.

What staff will be on site? 

A cooperative group of teachers, therapists, and professionals work to support each child at Divine Savior School: 

  • A Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA), an Assistant Behavior Analyst, and Registered Behavior Technicians (RBT) 

  • Speech Pathologist and Occupational Therapist

  • Medical billing specialist and office manager

  • Director and administration

  • Educational teachers and staff

What does education look like at DSS?

Divine Savior School provides a specialized education shaped by the love of Christ. Every student receives a unique program, designed with the partnership of parents, therapists, behaviorists, and academic personnel. We seek to provide as many of these services and therapies as possible on our campus. 

All children need support in their development to grow cognitively and physically, as well as spiritually and emotionally. Classroom instruction will be provided at a child's cognitive ability level and supported by a Registered Behavior Technician (RBT) in a one-to-one or small group setting. This will include instruction in the Word of God and core subjects. This education is partnered with Applied Behavior Anyalsis (ABA) and supported by speech and occupational therapy when needed.

What services will Divine Savior School (DSS) provide?

To meet the needs of our students, therapy services may be an integral part of their education. The therapy services

that will be offered will include Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA), speech Therapy, and occupational Therapy.

The combination of these services with daily education provides an interdisciplinary approach to development

that serves the whole child: academically, physically, emotionally, socially, and spiritually.


How does DSS support the families of our students?

We seek to serve not only the students of DSS, but the families of our students. On-site counseling and education, as well as home therapy will be available to provide support beyond the classroom.

Will therapy services be available to students not enrolled at Divine Savior School? 

This is an area in which we plan to grow.

How do I apply? 

The admissions process for Divine Savior School is ongoing. If you are interested in potentially enrolling at

Divine Savior School, we encourage you to contact Dr. John Althoff, our School Director to set up

an informational meeting: 


Dr. John Althoff, School Director

(786) 476-5156

What scholarships and insurance does The Divine Savior School accept?

Divine Savior School will accept Gardiner and McKay scholarships, as well as work with Medicaid and/or private insurance whenever possible to defray the cost of education for our families. Each child's needs will be unique and the services

they receive will be tailored to meet their needs.

How can I help?!

There are so many ways to help our students and their families!


In the future, we're excited about volunteer opportunities and programs because the options will be endless. But right now, we need to get off the ground. We're asking for help in three specific areas. Click on the buttons below to learn more. Thank you!