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BSA serves students in middle or high school. Students may be diagnosed as having autism, Nonverbal Learning Disability, ADHD, Social Pragmatic Communication Disorder, specific learning disabilities, intellectual disabilities or other related differences. The student population may range in intellectual ability from superior/gifted intelligence to mild/moderate intellectual disabilities. Students may have sensory, communication, behavior and emotional challenges. 

The Admissions Process

The admissions process at BSA typically begins with parent inquiries, followed by a school tour and an in-person or virtual interview. If parents/guardians decide to move forward and the admissions team determines that the student will benefit from a BSA education, prior school records are obtained and final admission eligibility is determined. When a student is not admitted, BSA staff is always willing to provide guidance to assist families in finding a suitable program.

Tuition & Fees

Our tuition, $39,700, covers curriculum, textbooks, workbooks, electives, technology, community-based learning and experiences.


We accept the Family Empowerment Scholarship (FES), Step Up Scholarship and private scholarships.


There is a $100 application fee. We encourage you to inquire about admissions before applying to make sure we’re a good fit for your student. To do so, please contact us through the Inquire button above or by emailing us at


We are accepting new students through rolling admissions. If you’re ready to apply for enrollment, please complete and submit the BSA Enrollment Application.

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