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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
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