Who We Are

Located in Morris County, Winston Preparatory School New Jersey is a highly-individualized  private day school for students through 12th grade with learning differences such as dyslexia, nonverbal learning disabilities (NVLD), and executive functioning difficulties (ADHD).

Our unique model of education provides intense skill remediation while encouraging students to build independence, resilience, responsibility, self-awareness, and self-advocacy. We deeply understand each student, individualize a program to meet their needs, and continually refine this program based on individual progress, while building a powerful sense of community.


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  • From Our Head of School Greg Koehlert

    Winston Prep School was founded in New York City over 35 years ago, growing to reach students throughout the tristate area and beyond. The Winston Prep's New Jersey campus opened in 2014, and has become a home to a smart and creative community of students who have struggled in traditional school settings. Our campus currently serves students from the many school districts of New Jersey, as well as students from the boroughs of New York City, Westchester County, and other independent schools.
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    My son was able to get independent attention at Winston Prep. He flourished both academically and socially. The teachers worked very hard to access his learning style and based on his strengths and weaknesses created a plan designed specifically for him.
    Winston Preparatory School is a leading school for students with learning disabilities, including dyslexia, executive functioning difficulties (ADHD), and non-verbal learning disorders (NVLD).

    WPS does not discriminate against applicants and students on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin. The Winston Preparatory School provides programs and services and equal opportunity in the administration of its educational and admissions policies, financial aid programs, employment, and the selection of its governing board without regard to gender, race, color, creed, religion, national origin, sexual orientation, handicap status, or any status recognized by federal, state and local civil rights and non-discrimination laws.