Unite for autism! Jacksonville Autism School welcomes and shows support for his Jacksonville Jaguars ahead of Saturday’s playoff game!
The Jacksonville School for Autism (JSA) is thrilled to welcome former Jacksonville Jaguars Pro Bowl kicker Mike Hollis, Brandon All-Stars cheerleader, Fletcher High School color guard Teal Spirit to its new campus today The JSA is hosting a pep rally to show support for the Jacksonville Jaguars and the next AFC Wild Card playoff game scheduled for this Saturday!
The Jacksonville School for Autism (JSA) is a private, non-profit school founded in 2005 by Mark and Michelle Dunham for their son Nick. JSA operates as a full-service k-12 education center for students and young adults with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). Their mission at JSA is to provide all students with a positive learning experience that focuses on behavioral, academic, social and physical development. Their STEP model, a transitional program for young adults, is designed to provide young adults with the skills they need to become successful and productive members of both their homes and communities, and Florida recognized by the state. JSA is open to all students on the autism spectrum, from newly diagnosed to young adults. The JSA enrolls students from her six counties in northeastern Florida and southeastern Georgia.
educate. engaged. Inspire. These are not just words, they are the deeply ingrained belief systems that turn autism into action every day at Jacksonville Autism School.The JSA provides a life-changing environment for students to believe in themselves and achieve personal bests has created a legacy of influence that will serve you! JSA is the school HOPE created
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