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Krejci Academy/The Mansion

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Posted July 2, 2014

Very disappointed in the way Krejci's high school handled situations. I trusted the school based on conversations with the counselors and teachers ( many of them inexperienced), only to find there was a significant disconnect to what was said and the realities of the school. All trust was lost
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Posted June 8, 2014

My son was struggling in high school due to anxiety and depression. They had him come here and it worked wonders. They combine regular high school academics with group therapy and psychological help. He pulled his grades up, has some strong new coping skills, and was able to graduate on time.
—Submitted by a parent

Posted November 9, 2013

If your child has severe autism this is the place to go. They will come so much farther here than in the public school system. The staff is very knowledgeable about autism and very caring. I used to work there and now my son attends. Thank God for this place.
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Posted February 16, 2012

I have a child with Asperger's..she is on the high end of Autism...she is very impulsive, not thinking before talking or doing something, she just acts no thinking about what may go wrong ..trouble with choices, decision making.Easy to take advantage of. (she wants to be accepted) improvement in social skills..boundaries..appropiate behavior in public,. Public school does not have a specific program for children in her situation..her grades are high so special ed isn't for her.She functions well with mainstream schoolwork ,, but does have sensory issues..she needs small class size hands on learning.therapy to help her learn positive skills ecetra..class with girls not a high ratio of boys to girls. WOULD like imput from parents who send their kid to this school. Example class size...learning enviroment...therapies..transition to public school?? Can just any kid go to this school ( gang member, fighting at school, kids just kicked out of public school for whatever?? I am at a roadblock with where to place her. PLEASE help
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Posted May 18, 2011

Krejci Academy is ideal for students who cannot fit into the traditional classroom or even special education classroom. I cannot speak to the Masion High School, but for special needs children who have autism or other emotional, behavioral, or developmental disabilities this could be the right place for them. Actually, many of the children who attend are not even from Naperville. They are from surrounding school districts who cannot get the services they need at their school district, so I have to respectfully agree with the previous poster.
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Posted May 18, 2011

we have a child with severe emotional, behavioral, and developmental needs. other schools would not even consider placing her in their program. Krejci was one of the few even willing to look at her. She needed help, and they were the ones willing to give it to her. I highly recommend this school for parents struggling to meet the needs of their children in the traditional school program.
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Posted January 13, 2011

I "graduated" from the Mansion. There is absolutely nothing to be learned here. The truth is, the misfits are just housed with the misfits. Put your kid in christian school, rather than here. They will learn NO academics and be surrounded with emotional basketcases.. which does not help. This school is just a place for Naperville to kick out the troubled kids and keep their GPA's high.
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619 East Franklin Avenue
Naperville, IL 60540
Phone: (630) 355-6870


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