The Forman School in Connecticut is for students who have learning disorders such as dyslexia. It is a boarding school as well as a day school. The curriculum helps to prepare students to enter college with the learning disabilities they have.

Students in grades ninth through twelfth can attend the school. Courses are just like students would find at a normal high school. They include math, science and language arts. There is also a post-graduate program.

While on campus, students may participate in sports and other extracurricular activities. Meals are served to students who live on campus.

There are job opportunities available. Students can participate in religious services and other off-campus activities such as bowling and dances with other schools. Transportation to certain events is provided.