I couldn't home school either. Patricia Weathers, Cofounder of Ablechild homeschooled both her boys. She would have the best suggestions for private schools as well. You can email her directly at ablechild off our home page. I will have her take a look at this posting as well.
I didn't think my son at 7 had an issue with speech and language because he was very verbal, very early. I say this only to share my strength and hope, I am not saying this is what your son has or needs. From my experience I learned sequencing is part of speech that he was missing, and therefore my son had difficulty seeing and incorporating cause and effect which directly effects behavior. In addition there are many other parts of speech and language that if one doesn't "get" makes it very hard to learn. Today, I am proud to say my son has been accepted to several colleges and is a senior in high school. He accomplished this with tutoring services like a Sylivan Learning Center, I used a place called SCORE. Worth every red cent! In addition, he was never on meds, even know the school recommended them and pushed them on me. (I heard we have nothing else to offer him and if I wanted to truly help my son I should do it..little caring pressure selling points on a regular basis, they knew best...) I fought it, and I am very glad I did. He is a beautiful, funny, outgoing young man. He also is one of the reasons why AbleChild.org was created along with the helping hands of many other moms and dads who fought the system and said there must be a better, safer, more freedom based way to educate our children. I hope you continue to visit our forum and spread the word to others that there is a label and drug free support group out here just waiting to help you achieve a meaningful fear free approach to sending your child to school. I know I continue to believe on the path I am on.
1 a particular order in which related events, movements, or things follow each other : the content of the program should follow a logical sequence.
• Music a repetition of a phrase or melody at a higher or lower pitch.
• Biochemistry the order in which amino acid or nucleotide residues are arranged in a protein, DNA, etc.
2 a set of related events, movements, or things that follow each other in a particular order : a grueling sequence of exercises | a sonnet sequence.
• a set of three or more playing cards of the same suit next to each other in value, for example 10, 9, 8.
• Mathematics an infinite ordered series of numerical quantities.
3 a part of a film dealing with one particular event or topic : the famous underwater sequence.
4 (in the Eucharist) a hymn said or sung after the Gradual or Alleluia that precedes the Gospel.
verb [ trans. ]
1 arrange in a particular order : trainee librarians decide how a set of misfiled cards could be sequenced.
• Biochemistry ascertain the sequence of amino acid or nucleotide residues in (a protein, DNA, etc.).
2 play or record (music) with a sequencer.
in sequence in a given order.
ORIGIN late Middle English (sense 4) : from late Latin sequentia, from Latin sequent- ‘following,’ from the verb sequi ‘follow.’