The Glenholme School
* This figure may not reflect actual classroom sizes.
The Glenholme School (Connecticut)
The Glenholme School, located in Washington, Connecticut, seeks to help service various special needs students. There are many schools across the country that are not equipped with dealing with various special needs. The Glenholme School is not only equipped but is also on the cutting edge of being there for these special needs. Whether it’s autism, Asperger’s Syndrome, OCD, depression, or anxiety, this school can handle any need in these related fields.
Located in Washington, Connecticut, this school is one of the premiere schools in the world for special needs students. Students come from all over the world to Washington, Connecticut, to seek an education. The ages range from 10 to 21 and all sorts of backgrounds. The common denominator is that the students want to get the most out of their education.
Many of the graduates from the Glenholme School enter either college or a vocation school. Some will continue on with their education at other boarding schools. Attending the Glenholme School increases a student’s chances at succeeding.
Associations & Organizations
- National Association of Private Special Education Centers
- National Association of Independent Schools
- The Association of Boarding Schools
Students by Gender
Students by Grade
Teachers on Staff
Photo Source: School's Website and/or Social Media Data Source: NCES: 00939414
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