Sophia Opportunity School was envisaged and begun in 1972 by Sister Joelle, SND and has been continued by the dedicated work of the Sisters of Notre Dame and their collaborators. The school began humbly with just four students in one of the rooms then available. With the growing number of students, classes were conducted in the basement of an old building.

Gradually, as the school built up a reputation in the field of rehabilitation of children with special needs, the increasing number of students made it necessary to build a school spacious enough. Now there are more applicants than can be accommodated and a continuous need for improvement to the available facilities and equipment.

The School now has 190 students ranging from three years to twenty years of age who have special learning needs with multiple disabilities, like Dyslexia, Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder (ADHD), Asperger’s Syndrome, Down syndrome, mild to moderate Intellectually Challenged children and the like. They are in a safe caring environment with individualized teaching methods to enable students to thrive.

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