Glenholme combines a traditional boarding school experience and therapeutic atmosphere complemented by a positive motivational program devoted to students who struggle with Asperger’s depression, anxiety and various learning differences. The school offers challenging extracurricular courses to instruct students to achieve competence, socially and academically. With an education based in strong character values, the graduates of Glenholme matriculate to colleges and universities and go on to meaningful careers.
Accredited by the NEASC, Glenholme provides a comprehensive curriculum that leads to a high school diploma for students of all ability levels. The education program is designed on an individual basis, compatible with each student’s strengths, talents and abilities. Skills development in studying, critical thinking, organization, creative problem solving, cooperative learning, and positive self-advocacy, plus character education and a strategies approach to education are integrated throughout instruction to help form more independent and motivated learners.
Superb visual and performing arts program are key elements in each student’s daily life. Talents are discovered and developed through art courses, choral and drama, field trips and frequent exposure to the cultural impacts in the northeast. Our integration of the arts in education and boarding environments stimulates a greater understanding of social, emotional, academic and behavior areas for students.
Glenholme provides a supportive college and post-secondary transition program for individuals who seek advanced education or career development. Individuals have the opportunity to learn, practice and master skills essential for success in college, work environments and social settings.
The Summer Program provides a unique enrichment opportunity with morning academics incorporating Math and English, along with skill building exercises and myriad social and recreational activities. Students find acceptance in this nurturing environment that fosters enthusiastic participation, improved self-confidence and success.
- Underachieving in School Focus
- Learning Disability Focus