Princeton House uses a wide range of curriculum materials. Our curriculum is research based and the most current curriculum for students with disabilities/autism. A team of teachers, therapists, and administrators select curriculum materials as a team. We are constantly seeking new and innovative ways to help our students gain knowledge while also adhering to the Florida/Common Core State Standards for Exceptional Students


  • Beyond Centers and Circle Time

K-5 Instructional Materials

  • Journeys – English Language Arts
  • Go Math
  • Houghton Mifflin Science
  • Studies Weekly Social Studies
  • Unique Learning System - reading, math, science, and social studies
  • News2You - current events and activities
  • PCI Reading
  • Building with Stories
  • Pathways to Literacy
  • ELSB (Early Literacy Skill Builder) – Attainment
  • Equals Math
  • TV Teacher - writing
  • Handwriting Without Tears
  • Education City
  • Brain Pop
  • Early Reading Skills Builder
  • Reading A-Z
  • i-Ready