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Glenholme Admissions joins the Wilderness Symposium in Park City, Utah. https://obhcouncil.com/symposium/ OBH members are committed to the utilization of outdoor modalities combined with therapeutic interventions to assist adolescents and their families to make positive change. The Glenholme School is often the next step of development for many young people who have completed an outdoor program…. Read more »
Message from Mr. Chris Roslund, Drama Instructor: This was my first opportunity to offer specialty classes here at the Glenholme School during the summer. Mr. Harber, Mr. Mazzucco, and I thought that giving the students an opportunity to write, record, and create a music video for an original song would be a fantastic chance to… Read more »
Students and staff had a great time making this video during the last week of the summer program. Student’s enjoyed the process of writing lyrics, recording the music and participating in the production of this video. Nice Work!
The traditional jubilant gathering began with shouts of recognition and handshakes turning into hugs as The Glenholme School’s Alumni Day got underway on August 18, 2015. The 23 graduates and their guests, along with former and current faculty members of the school gathered to reconnect with each other, to strengthen their memories of the school… Read more »
Earlier this month, The Glenholme School welcomed five player-coaches from the renowned University of Connecticut Men’s Soccer Team to campus for a private demonstration and instructional clinic for the students at the school. In support of the school’s annual Parents’ Weekend fundraiser in May, the group eagerly volunteered their time and energy at the urging… Read more »
Glenholme welcomed Global Sounds of Music to campus earlier this month for a multicultural music workshop with students and a dynamic performance for campus. Thanks You Chris Merwin! Glenholme provides students a program rich in diverse cultural opportunities where students expand their skills, liberate their imaginations, and improve their self-esteem.
Last night the stage was alive with this summer’s Reader’s Theater performance. Twelve short stories were read out loud with the lively, creative vocal stylings of our Glenholme student actors! The stories varied in genre and tone from light to funny to sentimental.
VIDEO SNIPPET: April 2010, Alexander Henry, the great grandson of the philanthropic Van Sinderen family, performed a classical guitar concert during a visit to Glenholme.
Glenholme has an exciting weekend planned! We will have UCONN Huskies Soccer Players taking to our new playing field with Glenholme students. The Division I players will instruct Glenholme athletes on ball handling techniques, tricks and how to become the best athlete they can be. Speaking of soccer… here is a video for “TBT” from… Read more »