Journey School Donations

THE VISION

JOURNEY SCHOOL EXISTS TO SERVE CHILDREN WITH DIFFERENT ABILITIES IN MONTGOMERY COUNTY, TEXAS, AND AROUND THE WORLD!

OUR MISSION IS TO:

EMPOWER

CHILDREN TO REACH THEIR FULL POTENTIAL

ENCOURAGE

FAMILY INVOLVEMENT AND A FAMILY ENVIRONMENT

EDUCATE

ON AN INDIVIDUAL BASIS ACCORDING TO GIFTS AND ABILITIES

WE BELIEVE IN THE HANDS OF OUR STUDENTS.

WE BELIEVE THEY ARE CRAFTED WITH PURPOSE AND POWER. WE BELIEVE IN THEIR ABILITY TO CREATE, COMMUNICATE, CELEBRATE, AND CONTRIBUTE TO THEIR COMMUNITY.

WE BELIEVE THEY ARE CAPABLE OF MORE.

BEAUTY OF DIFFERENT

Because we believe in the beauty found in differences, Journey School uses a variety of different therapies including but not limited to: speech therapy, occupational therapy, behavior therapy, art therapy, music therapy, and Son-Rise. Our students will focus on life and behavior skills needed to thrive in their homes and everyday activities. We will also have an academic focus on math, reading, science, and language arts. We want each child to have the freedom to focus on their individual talents and gifts while learning all they need to thrive as empowered individuals. Statistics are not optimistic when it comes to looking at how differing abilities affect the family unit, but we want to be a part of changing that! We want to provide not only a family atmosphere for those waiting on forever homes but also help to empower parents and families to believe that MORE is possible! We see YOU. We hear YOU. We want to be on this Journey with you.

So. We are looking for donations for a scholarships, field trips, teacher supplies and etc.

Please click on what donations you would like to send donations too.

Help Aidin S. School scholarship

Help Austin S. School scholarship

Help students with field trip cost

Help teacher with school supplies

Send one amount to help another scholarships for another children

Please remember the school is nonprofit and any donations help keep the school open to help special needs children with Down syndrome and autism.