The Leelanau School is a coeducational, nonsectarian boarding school in Glen Arbor, Mich. that serves intelligent high school students with ADD, ADHD, dyslexia and other learning challenges. The school is located on 42 acres on Lake Michigan.
The Leelanau School was founded as a boys camp in 1923 by Cora and Skipper Beals as a boys camp.
The Leelanau School has an enrollment of 64 students, with an average class size of six. Academic courses and life skills instruction are tailored to meet individual needs. Tuition is $56,950 per year for boarding students. One-third of the students receive financial aid.
The school offers a wide range of student activities, including team and individual sports and outdoor recreation.