Victoria School for Special Education
Formerly known as Spice Centre (Special People In a Caring Environment), Victoria School for Special Education (VSSE) caters to children within the parishes of St. Mark, St. John & St. Patrick.
The Victoria School for Special Education seeks to increase the level of independence of students with special needs through individualized and small group instruction and training in Numeracy, Literacy, Life Skills, Arts/Crafts and job training and to provide a holistic learning experience which will enable them to function in society.
Principal/Teacher in Charge: Ms. Judy Ann Auld
Grenada School for Special Education (The Limes)
Principal/Teacher in Charge: Mrs. Ann Pierre
St. Andrew's School For Special Education
St. Andrew's School for Special Education came about in 1998 by a Canadian Peace Corps Volunteer named Maureen. Classes started in a corner space at a local pre-school with five students. As the student population increased the school moved to a house in Ford, a village on the outskirts of Grenville. A total of 10 students were housed there. In April of 1990, the school moved from the house in Ford to a church building at Hills Road, Grenville. While at the church the student enrollment grew from ten to nineteen. The local Catholic Church leased a piece of land located on Cook Hill Road, Grenville, St. Andrew's. The actual school building was built through fundraising efforts by a German agency Christian Blind Mission, or CBM. In December 1991, the Board and Staff hosted an Opening Ceremony at the school's premises.
Resource Center for the Blind
School for the Deaf
Tel: +1 (473) 440-2242