at the New York Equestrian Center
633 Eagle Ave
West Hempstead, NY 11552
Thanks to your support and hard work, the Gersh Academy at NY Equestrian Center Classrooms are becoming a reality!
These groundbreaking classrooms are unlike anything available to the autism community on Long Island. Pre-register now!
Gersh Academy Equine Program
Over the last several years, we have been teaming up with the New York Equestrian Center offering our Gersh Academy Student’s Equine Assisted programs. We have seen such amazing strides in our students that we are now expanding the program to create what hasn’t been created on the east coast – a school on the same grounds as an equestrian center!
The community fought to help us get these classrooms approved. Now, be one of the first to experience a groundbreaking new synergy between Gersh Academy and NY Equestrian Center.
Request information today! The response we have received from the community about this new program has been incredible. Since space is limited, we encourage everyone interested to use the following form and request information. A member of our admissions team will reach out to you in a timely manner to assist you in pre-registering. Please note, pre-registering does not guarantee placement.
Our Equine Program Over the Years
A partnership for our children.
NEW: News 12 met up with the owners of Gersh Academy and New York Equestrian Center to speak about their partnership for the new school opening in 2020. This marked the first ground-breaking for the construction of the Gersh Academy at NY Equestrian Center school.
FIOS 1 visits the New York Equestrian Center to speak with students and staff of Gersh Academy about their success with Equine Assisted Therapies.
News 12's Ken Grimball visits the New York Equestrian Center to speak to Gersh Academy students and staff during their Equine Assisted Therapy Program. The program has been running for 5 years with incredible success.
Students from Gersh Academy in West Hempstead, NY visited the New York Equestrian Center to learn how to take care of, feed, groom and ride horses as part of a therapy program. Fox 5 was there to capture the powerful moments as they happened!