Who We Are
Jeremiah School is a therapeutic day school for children in this area with neurological delays in relating and communicating, including autism. The need in our area is great, and we are excited to provide a school where the children are not only educated, but are also encouraged to build relationships with each other and serve a broader community. Jeremiah School is the only faith-based school in East Tennessee dedicated to a focus on diversity in learning while developing relational skills.
Jeremiah School is fortunate to have strong partnerships with local entities such as: Summit Leadership Foundation, ETSU Nave Center, Milligan College, Tri-Cities Behavioral Therapy, Mini-Miracles Ministries, and Brother’s Keeper, just to name a few.
Our Mission: The mission is to provide a Christ-centered education where students on the autism spectrum can connect and grow in a supportive environment. We aim to intentionally and enthusiastically focus on the whole child emphasizing the development of both academic and relational skills to maximize their potential to lead satisfying, self-sustaining lives within their communities.
Our Vision: The vision of Jeremiah School is to create a faith based school that nurtures, develops and challenges students with autism and neurodevelopmental delays to build relations between the home, church, and school for a lifelong passion for learning.