Last week, Glenholme hosted a group of fabulous young filmmakers and educators from the Ghetto Film School (GFS). Each day, groups of Glenholme students worked side-by-side with the guest-instructors as they helped the team produce two original screenplays. The five days of filming with GFS was filled with copious learning opportunities for students. The biggest… Read more »

LEGO Club: Creativity, Assembly and Team Work

Assembly, creativity and teamwork are valuable skills — whether they are employed for learning in school or in our careers or needed in our everyday life. The LEGO Club at Glenholme not only allows students to employ these skills, it also gives them an opportunity to bring their ideas to life in a meaningful and… Read more »

Artistic Minds Collaborate: Glenholme & Ghetto Film

Students and faculty of Glenholme are delighted to be collaborating with a team of creative young minds from Ghetto Film School. Throughout the week, the joint crew of moviemakers will be capturing footage for two silent short films. The stories and screenplays for shorts, “Lemonade Stand” and “Security Camera,” were written by Glenholme students and… Read more »

Do you want to experience a New York Mets game?

Do you want to experience a New York Mets game and help support The Glenholme School?   This is your chance to win Four Tickets for Mets vs. Rockies Thursday July 28th at 1:10pm on the 3rd Base Line Section 125, Row 15, seats 5, 6, 7, and 8.   Go to to place your… Read more »

The Barbecue Offers Healthy Fare

The barbecue lunches during the Summer Session at Glenholme offer students loads of healthy lunch fare that not only fuels them with the energy they need to make it through their busy day, it’s also fun to eat.

Structuring Time at Home through Volunteering

Volunteering is a great way to structure time at home, while giving back to your community and fostering a sense of social responsibility in your child. Young people, who have participated in community service activities gain confidence, build social skills, learn to work with others, and feel good about themselves and the contributions they are… Read more »

CHADD “Islands of Competence.”

CHADD, a national resource on ADHD, recently shared a newsletter article on “Islands of Competence.” The “Q&A: What are Islands of Competence?” shares the importance of identifying strengths (the islands of competence) of each child and building those strengths as a means of helping children develop resilience and a healthy self-esteem. Read the full article… Read more »