A residential school for people of all ages with intellectual disabilities.

To live

What does it mean to truly live? To have a life you can love? We are devoted to finding out how our students answer those questions. Their answers are all as unique as they are and it is amazing to learn how often they agree. Having friends who share your interests, who reach back when you reach out, who look forward to seeing you every day and who can always be counted on to “be there”—the consistency and longevity of staff and student commitment to Stewart Home & School make life a joy!

To learn

We are so very blessed that we are a school! Every day we learn from our experiences! Whether in the classroom with intentional, progress oriented instruction or at activities, learning never stops. We are very proud to be the only school in the country for people with intellectual disabilities that has no upper age limit. Our oldest student is 84! We are excited to see students of all ages learning and growing and far exceeding even their own expectations. How great is that?!

To love

How can you help but to love an environment that is dedicated to the security and prosperity of its people? As we elect our mayor each year, candidates vie for the votes of their fellow students by speaking of the things they want to do, the places they want to go, and the goals they want to achieve. Learning to live together to help each other achieve these goals is our “pursuit of happiness” and has as its highest aim, the success of each student. It is not uncommon to hear “I love it here!” and when asked why, to hear it answered, “I just do!”

Want to find out more about Stewart Home? We’d love to talk with you.


Latest News

Smartboard Message from David!

“Sign here please.  Can I have your autograph?” Those are just a couple of things that I’m sure we’ve all heard or said at one time or another.  Writing, whether with a great ink pen, marker, or pencil comes so easily to some, to others, it’s a great challenge.  But our students embrace challenges all […]

My High School Graduation Party

My high school graduation day and party by:  Lydia In May I had a special day when I got my diploma from my hometown high school.  The Superintendent, Dr. John Quick, read a special speech just for me. Dr. George VanHorn and Mr. Bill Jensen gave me the diploma because they were the directors of […]

Volunteer Opportunities

Stewart Home & School students desire volunteer opportunities. Our relationship with the Access Soup Kitchen & Men’s Shelter is an educational and rewarding one which is dedicated to serving others and a chance to volunteer in the Frankfort community. Once a month throughout the year, students help in the preparation of  food and serving lunch […]

Students Volunteer at Down Syndrome of Central Kentucky Fundraiser

Tonight,  four students, Tim, Sarah, Andy, and Dorothy, will volunteer at the Down Syndrome of Central Kentucky (DSACK) fundraiser at Talon Winery in Lexington.  The Down Syndrome of Central Kentucky (DSACK) fundraiser is one of many recent opportunities we have had to participate in DSACK events.  Most recently, ten students attended a picnic that a […]