Programs

Program Features

International – SEVIS Approved
Accredited by New England Association of Schools and Colleges
Approved by the CT State Department of Education
Approved by the MA State Department of Education
Approved by the NJ State Department of Education
Multicultural Student Body
Class size of four to six students
Certified special education and regular certification, by discipline, teachers
Collaborative teaching with English, Math, Science, and History specialists
Applied Performing Arts Curriculum: Art, Architecture, Printing, Digital Art, 3D Printing Technology, Music, Composing, Drama, Photography, and Music Technology
Personalized instruction for advanced math, foreign language, writing skills
Computer-assisted instruction
Positive incentive program
Performance monitoring database managed by teacher and student each period
Personalized academic objectives in all subjects
Self-paced learning over 12 months, 8 a.m. – 4 p.m. program
Same sex and co-ed residential living options
Highly-structured, licensed residential living
Awake overnight staff in each residence
Residential program in homes staffed by trained professionals
Residences provide overall staff to student ratio of 1:4
Residences monitored by remote access continuous video
Young adults ages 17 – 22 transition services support community living – post diploma community college assistance, certificate – continuing education and vocational support services and apartment living.

Activity Programs

Horse Program (HARHA)
Horse Grooming
Equestrian Skills (English and Western)
Tack
Horticulture
Robotics
Photography
Baseball

Related Programs

Small Group, Family, and Individual Therapy
Social Skills and Communication Skills
(Extended Day Program)
Independent and Transitional Living Programs
Vocational Training Program
Young Apprentice Program
Apartment Living Program (Community Living)
Wilderness Activities
Noncompetitive Athletics

Additional Offerings

Extensive Summer Program

Support Staff

Nursing Staff
Licensed Therapists
Pragmatic Language Specialist

Demographics: Ages by School

Lower School – students from 6 to 12 years (Meadows and Breeze Cottage)
Middle School – students from 13 to 16 years (Overlook)
Upper School – students from 16 to 19 years (Brooklyn)
Post Graduate – College experience – 18 to 22 years
World of Work – Community based experience – 18 to 22 years