Video Library

Y.A.L.E. School campuses, programs, and events are featured in videos throughout the website. For your convenience, they are also accessible here in our Video Library. Enjoy watching and getting to know us!

Student Learning

Take a look at the projects, extracurricular activities, and benefits enjoyed by the students at Y.A.L.E. School’s many campuses!

Northfield students built a walking Labyrinth, providing a place of reflection and contemplation for the community – you can visit the Labyrinth any time!

Students in Mr. James’ science classes take part in the “Bridge Break” project every year, building a bridge out of popsicle sticks to see how much weight it can bear!

The “YALEiens,” our student robotics team, builds and operates their own robots! They compete against other teams each year in First Tech Challenge robotics tournaments.  Y.A.L.E. students also participate in our Robotics Club to learn more about designing, creating, and coding robots.  Here’s a look at the club’s visit to the Philly Robotics Expo at the University of Pennsylvania where they learned from college experts.

Medford students undertook a video pen pal project with friends in China!

We’re proud to offer our students OT Sensory Stations that provide new, stimulating experiences in a supervised setting.

Work-Based Learning

Work-based learning (WBL) provides flexible work experience options for students in high school and our 18-21 programs. Select high school students may earn credits toward graduation by working during school hours, while others gain work skills and resume experience. Older students refine career goals through Y.A.L.E. partnerships with companies and businesses of every size and in all industries.

CBS Philly visited our Vocational Skills Lab and Co-op to learn about the exposure our students have to amazing entrepreneurial skills, including laser printing, embroidery, and electronics dismantling.

Project SEARCH at Jefferson Health, a nationally acclaimed employment program for students with disabilities, including autism, offers students in their final year of education the chance to be fully immersed in work at one of Jefferson Health’s hospitals in Cherry Hill or Stratford.

Our Northfield students created a “tiny house” structure that will now live at Reed’s Organic Farm & Animal Sanctuary in Egg Harbor Twp, N.J. What started as a skills building project for students, will now be an educational center for community members. See a clip of the donation from CBS Philadelphia.

Students at the Y.A.L.E. School Vocational Co-op and Northfield campus collect, dismantle, sort and recycle donated electronic devices.  They’re not only keeping electronic waste out of landfills, they’re earning a paycheck and gaining valuable resume experience.  Watch how students in our Green Vision program put a worthwhile mission to work.

Transition To Work/College

Y.A.L.E. transition programs prepare students to know what to expect and how to succeed in adult environments. Program options align with a student’s goals and aspirations, and parents have the support they need to navigate the shift from the school years to adult services in the years ahead.

Y.A.L.E. School’s Standard 9 Program in Atlantic County is a community-based transition program that helps students who have met their graduation requirements continue to gain the skills they need to reach their goals for employment, independent living, or college readiness.

Technology Training

Parents and guardians, below you can find “how-to” videos for navigating Google Classroom. If you need additional help, please contact your child’s homeroom teacher.

How to Log Into Your Google Account.

Signing into Google and Classroom

How to Create a Learning Assignment

 Parent Training Videos

Every year, Y.A.L.E. School hosts a number of in-person and virtual events that are inspiring, informative, and rewarding. Take a look through our parent training videos, which include guidance for behavior at home and the transition years, special guest speakers, and much more.