We extend a warm invitation to our beautiful campus and share with you the program offerings that provide a therapeutic environment that supports and guides a special needs student. We encourage you to visit the school prior to application or interview, allowing for in depth discussion on treatment options. Glenholme offers a structured setting that challenges each individual academically, socially, and behaviorally. Our services are treatment intensive, data supported, in a 24 hour supervised setting. Families may opt to participate in our "in home" services to assist families in replicating successful treatment approaches in the home. Glenholme has an extended day treatment program for day students who may benefit from an increase in socialization opportunities. Click here for an application (PDF) Click here for an application (MS Word Doc)
Our school accepts students of any race, creed, color national or ethnic origin and provides diagnostic services and special treatment programs in the areas of:
Mild disruptive behavior disorders
Attention deficit hyperactivity disorders
Anxiety of childhood and adolescence
Obsessive compulsive disorder
Parents of Glenholme students can be remotely aware of their child's information, activities parent and progress through a password protected web site that insures privacy and confidentiality. Click here for a glimpse of the parent web site. Open houses are conducted monthly, parents/professionals are encouraged to call or email the admissions office to reserve space. Open house is from 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM. The visit includes an opening overview of Glenholme, a campus tour, and concludes with meeting the School Head or Center Director to discuss individual needs. For more information about our school, please contact our Admissions Office by clicking here for our secure, on-line admissions form.
The Devereux Glenholme School is a therapeutic boarding school located in Washington, CT, that provides a therapeutic program and exceptional learning environment to address varying levels of academic, social and emotional development in boys and girls ages 10-21. The goal of our school is to prepare our graduates for post-secondary college and career opportunities.