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The Glenholme School
This is a private, not for profit, therapeutic boarding school available to boys and girls, ages 10-21. Tuition is $119,720 for 12 months. Glenholme specializes in college preparation.
The school has taken on the unique endeavor of educating students with special afflictions such as Asperger’s, OCD, Tourett’s and other psychological and behavioral disorders.
The students are given a customized curriculum to assist in academic as well as social development.
Included in the school experience is access to many therapeutic programs designed to develop positive behavior and acclimation to society.
The school mascot is the Grizzly and the school promotes various athletic programs and organized sports. The school also promotes community involvement and personal responsibility.
Boarding Schools in Connecticut
The Gunnery is a boarding and day school located on 220 acres in Washington, CT, an historic town. This school was founded in 1850 by Frederick W. Gunn. It offers co-ed programs for grade 9-12 and PG. The school is non-denominational. Yearly tuition for a boarding student at the Gunnery is $51,200 and $38,500 for day students, financial aid is available. The educational program of this school focuses on liberal arts. It is in the New England Preparatory School Athletic Council athletic conference. The ...
The Hotchkiss School, located in Lakeville, Connecticut, was founded in 1891. It is a coeducational school for grades 9 through 12, and also hosts a small number of postgraduate students. It offers both day school and boarding. The small class sizes and student / teacher ratio of 5:1 allows for a more interactive learning experience. In addition to the core curriculum of traditional courses like English and Mathematics, the school offers several Advanced Placement courses. There is also a Summer Program with ...
Oxford Academy is located on a 6 acre campus in Westbrook, Connecticut. It is conveniently located close to shops, restaurants and the beach. The school was founded in 1906 by Joseph M. Weidberg, who believed that every child can succeed under right circumstances. This boarding school is home to boys ages 13-20. Students come from all over the world. The one to one teacher student ratio guarantees that all will succeed. Oxford Academy implements the Oxford method of teaching. This means that ...