Hampton Academy is a State of NJ, Dept. of Education approved private day school from kindergarten through twelfth grade students with disabilities. Our strong academic program, which is aligned with New Jersey Core Curriculum Content Standards, is supported by the intensive therapeutic services students need to overcome obstacles to achievement.
Ninety percent of Hampton Academy students reach their individual goals and successfully complete our program. Our modern, air-conditioned, handicapped-accessible facility accommodates 90 students and is conveniently located in central Burlington County near routes 295, 38, 130, 206 and the New Jersey Turnpike.
Hampton Academy is affiliated with Hampton Behavioral Health Center, a leading provider of mental health services in Burlington County.
A NASET School of Excellence:
The National Association of Special Education Teachers (NASET) has selected Hampton Academy as a 2015-2016 School of Excellence. Schools chosen for this distinction must meet rigorous professional criteria and have demonstrated truly exceptional dedication, commitment and achievement in the field of special education. Hampton Academy is one of only 68 schools nationwide to have achieved this distinction for the 2015-2016 school year. Hampton Academy, a private day school approved by the State of New Jersey, is affiliated with Hampton Behavioral Health Center and provides therapeutic and educational services to classified students in grades 1 through 12.
Hampton Academy was recently recognized by the Behavioral Health Division for earning Platinum Level Status through the “Best in Class” Academic Accountability System. Read more…
Service Excellence Award January 2016
Hampton Academy commends and recognizes Mr. Tim Sumner, Classroom 10 Teacher Assistant, for providing quality services to all students. He continuously personifies service excellence and we are proud to have him as a part of our Hampton family and congratulate him on receiving the Service Excellence Award for the month of January.
December 12, 2015 –New Jersey Department of Corrections sponsored a unique assembly, called Project PRIDE (Promoting Responsibility in Drug Education) that emphasized the importance of making good choices in life. Four minimum custody offenders from a state correctional facility came to Hampton Academy to talk about their personal experiences with drugs and alcohol. Students and staff heard, first hand, the results that alcohol and drug abuse have on a person’s life and were encouraged to consider these consequences when faced with making personal choices.
January 11, 2016 – David Tuck, a Holocaust survivor and representative from the Philadelphia Holocaust Awareness Museum and Education Center visited Hampton Academy to educate students about the consequences of racism, ethnic cleansing, and intolerance. Students were truly touched by his presentation!