The Victory Academic Programs - Serving Ages 8-22

TVC Academic Programming is founded on the principles of Applied Behavior Analysis. The goal is to deliver high quality, evidence-based  educational services to children, adolescents and young adults whose clinical diagnosis falls along the autism spectrum disorder and related developmental disorders.

The program focuses on teaching skills fundamental to mainstreaming and increasing a student’s independent functioning within society in combination with academic skills utilizing the Common Core Standards.

The Academic Programs offer a learning environment that utilizes highly-structured, individualized teaching techniques at a 2:1 and 3:1 student-to-teacher ratio.  Learning opportunities within this  program occur in both contrived and natural contexts to ensure functional outcomes and generalization of acquired skills.

Individualized behavior management services are directed and supervised by PhD level Board Certified Behavior Analysts (BCBAs).

PreAcademy Ages 8-14

The general areas of concentration are:

  • Functional and Grade Level Academics (i.e., counting, reading, writing, perceiving patterns, etc)
  • Age appropriate life Skills (dressing, tooth brushing, hand washing, shoe tying, etc.)
  • Community and Social Skills (transitioning, waiting in line, using public restrooms,  crossing a street, etc.)
Academy Ages 14-22

The general areas of concentration are:

  • Functional and Grade Level Academics targeting reading fluency, reading comprehension, language arts, science, and math.
  • Life Skills (advanced ADLs, cooking, using a phone, scheduling, washing clothes, cleaning, etc.)
  • Computing skills and computer programming
  • Social Skills (personal boundaries, social games, group activities, asking and answering personal questions)
  • Executive Skills (following directions, preparing, organizing, participating, initiating, self-regulation, time management, etc.)
  • Community Based Instruction (shopping, plan/attend public events, accessing a library, using public transportation, etc)
  • Job Skills Training
Some of the services offered within our programs include:


  • Individualized Academic Instruction
  • Job skills training and exposure
  • Computing skills
  • Age-Appropriate Leisure skills
  • Social Skills Training
  • Group instruction
  • Life Skills
  • Parent training
Sports and Fitness

Sports and Fitness is an integral part of the Victory Center curriculum. Physical fitness is provided 2-3 times per week all year round. Activities include yoga, swimming, tennis, bicycling, basketball and working out at the Fitness Center. Eligible students also train and participate annually in the Special Olympics.

Our Mission Statement
The mission of the Victory Center, Inc. is to provide outstanding evidence based educational services to individuals with autism and related disabilities in a caring and nurturing environment to help them achieve their fullest potential.
We are proud to be supported by:
Gordon & Doner
BNY Mellon
Morgan Keegan
Wolpe & Leibowitz
Grayline Construction
Wells Fargo