Homes For Sale in Colonial School District Up To $250,000

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The Colonial School District is a grades K through 12 public school district located in New Castle, Delaware. The district serves approximately 10,000 students and has 8 elementary schools, 3 middle schools, one high school and two special needs schools.

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Elementary schools in Colonial School District

Middle schools in Colonial School District

High Schools in Colonial School District

Other Schools in Christina School District

  • The Colwyck Center is comprised of preschool aged children with and without identified disabilities, and is housed at John G. Leach School.  All preschool classes are taught by Delaware state certified early childhood educators, and all classrooms have at least one paraeducator.  All classrooms have state certified speech/language pathologists, occupational therapists, and/or physical therapists who work in the preschool classrooms. CEEP classrooms implement a developmentally appropriate educational curriculum which focuses on language, social, cognitive, fine motor, and large motor growth.
  • John G. Leach School which has 94 students and 18 classroom teachers. Leach School serves pupils residing in New Castle County, ages 3-21, who have physical disabilities, moderate to severe cognitive disabilities, or serious health impairments.
  • Wallace Wallin School which has 115 students and 13 classroom teachers. The Wallin School is located in New Castle, Delaware and offers special programing for students in the Colonial School District.  The programs are an Intensive Learning Center for special education students in grades 6-12 who have not been successful in their home schools due to a history of school related behavior problems. The middle school alternative program serves general education students in grades 7th and 8th that have seriously violated the district’s code of conduct.  The Credit Recovery program serves students in grades 9-12 that have been unsuccessful in earning credits towards graduation at William Penn High School.  The Adult Integration program is designed to improve employment and post high school outcomes for students with mild to moderate disabilities, ages 18-21, which have completed their high school education but have elected to continue their schooling.