One campus serving South Florida

The Founders and Governing Board of South Florida Autism Charter Schools have always intended to expand beyond a charter school, and to become a community based organization that serves the entire demographic of individuals in South Florida who are diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD), as well as their families, utilizing science-based intervention.

This will soon become a reality in northwest Miami-Dade county, when we break ground on a five-acre campus that will house South Florida Autism Charter School, a K-12 public charter school exclusively for students with ASD, as well as South Florida Autism Center, which will provide community outreach including an Early Intervention Program, Out-of-School Services, Adult Vocational Programming, a Therapy Clinic, and a Fitness Center.

Our campus will be the first of its kind, focusing on providing services for individuals and families, and it will also provide a replicable model for autism programs nationwide.

Phase I

South Florida Autism Charter School
K-12 Charter School Building

Phase II

South Florida Autism Center
Community Outreach Building


Once we identify an appropriate site, we will begin the implementation of The Villages of South Florida Autism, which will provide housing for adults diagnosed with ASD with vocational and life skills training, and opportunities to live independently in a social and productive environment.