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The Tuttle School provides an educational experience that capitalizes on the mind, body, and spirit of children ages 5-25 with intellectual and developmental disorders. Our mission is to provide children with intellectual and developmental challenges a nurturing environment that not only celebrates their differences in academic, social, and emotional abilities, but also empowers them to reach their full potential. We strive to foster lifelong friendships and instill in our students the fundamental values of respect, honor, trustworthiness, and good citizenship. Our goal is to help these children become confident, contributing, respectful, and respected members of society.

Who We Serve

Who we serve: We welcome students between the ages of 5-25 with intellectual impairments including: Autism/ASD, DDX3X, Down Syndrome, Fragile X, Intellectual Developmental Disabilities, Okur-Chung, Prader-Willi Syndrome, Epilepsy, Williams Syndrome.



(281) 493-1070

Beverly Brinkmeyer,
Director of The Tuttle School


Beth Anchondo,
Director of Admissions and External Relations

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