Information and tours
Glenholme is a therapeutic boarding school that serves students, ages 10-21, with social, emotional and academic needs. It is a co-educational, year-round program with rolling admissions. Although students can enroll at any time of the year, most students enter school either at the beginning of the school year in September or after the holiday break in January.
Although the majority of students are residential, Glenholme will consider students as a day placement. The school also offers a seven-week summer program that runs from early July to late August.
Parents and legal guardians are welcome to call Admissions to find out more about Glenholme’s academic and therapeutic program. Campus tours can also be scheduled at that time. It is suggested that parents come by themselves initially so they are able to talk more freely with Admissions about the prospective student.
Inquiries are also welcome from clinicians, educational consultants, family friends, hospitals, residential treatment centers and Wilderness programs.
Our admissions representatives are ready to answer any questions for you and to set up a time for you to tour the Glenholme campus.
Left to right: David Dunleavy, Director of Admissions, Lauren Chilson, Admissions Associate and Julie Smallwood, Director of External Affairs.
Our school accepts students with the following diagnoses:
Autism Spectrum Disorder
Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder
Disruptive Behavior Disorder
Specific Developmental Disorder
Non-Verbal Learning Disorder
Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
Reactive Attachment Disorder
Exclusions include: Conduct Disorder, Borderline Personality Disorder, intellectually disabled, Intermittent Explosive Disorder, psychosis, adjudicated delinquent or youths requiring 24 hour medical/psychiatric care, pregnancy, fire setting, substance abuse/addiction, sexualized behavior, suicidal history and students who have a history of AWOL or physically aggressive behavior.
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