Kingsway Learning Center Announces Program Relocation
Haddonfield, NJ
03/05/2018 09:43 AM

Kingsway Learning Center is pleased to announce the relocation of our school to a new location in Voorhees, NJ.

The 73,000 square foot building will occupy current and future students enrolled in our Preschool, Elementary and Secondary Programs.

Kingsway’s Preschool Program, a full-day preschool for children ages 3 to 5, and Elementary Program, designed for students ages 5 to 14, are currently located at our Haddonfield Campus on 144 Kings Highway West. Kingsway’s Secondary Program, designed for students ages 14 to 21 is located at our Moorestown Campus on 244 West Route 38.

“After 52 years of providing the highest quality of life for individuals with special needs, Kingsway is excited to expand our presence in the community, the first step of which is to relocate to our new Voorhees Campus,” said Kingsway Learning Center Chief Executive Officer Christine Robinson. “Both our Haddonfield and Moorestown Campuses have served us well and we will forever treasure our time spent there.”

According to Robinson, Kingsway administrative staff have conducted a multi-year search for a building to better meet the needs of students and the program.

“Both of our current Campuses have encountered significant challenges in recent years. Our Secondary Program, which opened just over a decade ago, quickly filled to capacity and requires more space to grow. The Haddonfield building, which has been home to our Elementary Program for more than 40 years, is not structurally suited to support our changing population of students. We look forward to calling Voorhees Township our new home, which has a longstanding reputation of being a welcoming community.”

Our 2018 Extended School Year Program, which runs from July 9 to August 17, will be at our present locations. The new Voorhees Campus will be ready for the start of the 2018-19 school year in September.

To support or to learn about partnering opportunities with Kingsway Learning Center,

call 856-428-8108 or email

Follow the relocation process on our Social Media pages (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Youtube) as well as our website,


ABOUT KINGSWAY: Kingsway Learning Center is a non-profit organization formed in 1966 to support children with learning disabilities. It provides alternative educational environments that allow students to grow and learn within their individual capabilities. Over its 52-year history, Kingsway has evolved to become a leader in the South Jersey area, providing individual care to infants, children, and young adults with or at risk for multiple disabilities. We service students from 60 different sending-districts throughout New Jersey – each student with an array of challenges and limitations. From as south as Vineland to as north as Hamilton, NJ.

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