Frequently Asked Questions

The basic criteria for admissions will be a confirmed diagnosis of Autism, recommendation based on the student intake assessment and the availability of space within the program.

ACE offers rolling admissions throughout the year, please download the admission form and contact the admissions office for more details.

The fee structure is available with the admissions office. Financial assistance is available for families in need.

For students, school timings are from 8:45 am to 2:45 pm.

Yes, if MR or Down’s syndrome co-exists along with Autism, then admission would be considered. However, we are not taking children only with MR or Down’s syndrome at this time.

Children engage in a variety of physical activities such as cycling, football, basketball, skating etc. ACE campus houses a fully-equipped cafeteria where students engage in the social environment along with learning self-eating and serving skills. The students also enjoy playing in the water sprinklers area during summer months. As part of our vocational training, we have also built a simulated supermarket to build basic shopping skills in our senior students. In addition, students regularly use the OT room, Playground, Activity room and Sensory Room.

No, ACE is a specialized program within a mainstream school. There might be opportunities for integration with neuro-typical peers but it is not an integrated teaching program.

We are partnered with the Heritage school, but ACE is run independently as a separate program with its own staff, students and a specialized ABA-based curriculum.

ACE aims to provide high-quality autism intervention and education from childhood to early adulthood based on the principles of ABA. In the long term, ACE hopes to create a standardized model for Autism intervention that may be replicated and utilized across educational settings.

ACE does not provide transportation, the parents need to arrange pick up and drop off. However, in certain cases, ACE can facilitate contact with a privately-run transport facility.

No, there is no residential facility at present.

The school does not provide meals, however, we facilitate serving the meals that students bring from home.

The school admits students from the age of 2 to 17.

All our programs focus on basic maths, English and literacy at an individual level other than the development of behaviour, communication, socialization and life skills.

Our pre-academic program (to be launched mid-2018) is meant for children with mild autism. The program will focus on academics, developing independence and social interaction along with the age-appropriate vocational activities. The pre-academic classroom provides ACE services in a group setting simulating a mainstream classroom.

The admissions process for the pre-academic program is the same as the regular admissions process.

No, at present we don’t offer any after-school services.

Families can avail for financial assistance after they have completed the intake assessment with the school. Family has to submit a financial aid application (available at ACE office) along with documentary evidence that establishes the need for financial aid. The documents include ITRs, bank statements, salary slips etc. For detailed information, please contact us

Frequently Asked Questions

The basic criteria for admissions will be a confirmed diagnosis of Autism, recommendation based on the student intake assessment and the availability of space within the program.

ACE offers rolling admissions throughout the year, please download the admission form and contact the admissions office for more details.

The fee structure is available with the admissions office. Financial assistance is available for families in need.

For students, school timings are from 8:45 am to 2:45 pm.

Yes, if MR or Down’s syndrome co-exists along with Autism, then admission would be considered. However, we are not taking children only with MR or Down’s syndrome at this time.

Children engage in a variety of physical activities such as cycling, football, basketball, skating etc. ACE campus houses a fully-equipped cafeteria where students engage in the social environment along with learning self-eating and serving skills. The students also enjoy playing in the water sprinklers area during summer months. As part of our vocational training, we have also built a simulated supermarket to build basic shopping skills in our senior students. In addition, students regularly use the OT room, Playground, Activity room and Sensory Room.

No, ACE is a specialized program within a mainstream school. There might be opportunities for integration with neuro-typical peers but it is not an integrated teaching program.

We are partnered with the Heritage school, but ACE is run independently as a separate program with its own staff, students and a specialized ABA-based curriculum.

ACE aims to provide high-quality autism intervention and education from childhood to early adulthood based on the principles of ABA. In the long term, ACE hopes to create a standardized model for Autism intervention that may be replicated and utilized across educational settings.

ACE does not provide transportation, the parents need to arrange pick up and drop off. However, in certain cases, ACE can facilitate contact with a privately-run transport facility.

No, there is no residential facility at present.

The school does not provide meals, however, we facilitate serving the meals that students bring from home.

The school admits students from the age of 2 to 17.

All our programs focus on basic maths, English and literacy at an individual level other than the development of behaviour, communication, socialization and life skills.

Our pre-academic program (to be launched mid-2018) is meant for children with mild autism. The program will focus on academics, developing independence and social interaction along with the age-appropriate vocational activities. The pre-academic classroom provides ACE services in a group setting simulating a mainstream classroom.

The admissions process for the pre-academic program is the same as the regular admissions process.

No, at present we don’t offer any after-school services.

Families can avail for financial assistance after they have completed the intake assessment with the school. Family has to submit a financial aid application (available at ACE office) along with documentary evidence that establishes the need for financial aid. The documents include ITRs, bank statements, salary slips etc. For detailed information, please contact us