About

Cypress School is a non-public school located in Sonoma County for children ages 5-22 with autism, special education and behavioral needs that cannot be met in public schools.

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Mission

To enhance the quality of life of people with cerebral palsy and other disabilities, their families, and their communities.

Learn without Limits

Cypress School provides a personalized curriculum and learning for children with autism and similar disabilities.

Cypress School teaches children, ages 5-22 with autism, special education and behavioral needs that public schools are not able to meet.

  • Communication, social and sensory regulation curriculum and therapies with special attention to positive behavior supports.
  • Focus on functional academics, adapted technology, and community-based living and vocational skills.
  • Individualized learning teams include student/family, educators, and therapists.
  • Designed classrooms provide individual, small group and therapy environments for learning.
  • All of this is done on a foundation of love and respect for the unique skills of every student.

View our SAARC Reports below:

2020-2021 Cypress Primary

2020-2021 Cypress Secondary

Read about us in the

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Highlights of DAY 2 of the 15th Annual Developmental Disabilities Public Policy Conference presented by The Arc of California, Easterseals and United Cerebral Palsy. Thank you so much to our intelligent, innovative and inspiring speakers and presenters: Connie Garner of Easterseals, Comedian and Actress Maysoon Zayid, Dante Allen of California ABLE Act Board, Robert Espinoza of PHI, Kristen Pederson of The Arc San Francisco, Tori Trentacoste of United Cerebral Palsy of the North Bay, The Arc of California Board Members Pat Hornbecker and Grace Huerta, Scott Graves of the California Budget & Policy Center, Aaron Carruthers of California State Council on Developmental Disabilities, Jeffrey Popkin of BARC (Bakersfield ARC), and Ana Garcia-Ashley of Gamaliel Network.

We also presented Assemblyman Dr. Joaquin Arambula with our well-deserved Legislative Champion Award.

We have a great program planned for tomorrow too! The agenda is posted on our website at TheArcCA.org/Conference.
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Community Relations

Jen Whalen, Director
Steve Gatlin, Manager
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Administrative Office

1425 N. McDowell Blvd, Suite 115
Petaluma, CA 94954
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© 2019 UCP of the North Bay – 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. EIN: 94-2284940