An Extra Year to Get Ready

Graduation is a time to celebrate accomplishments and the start of a transition to a new adventure that lies ahead. Each student is an individual with a timetable and unique talents that are all their own. For some, the timetable to independence may be a bit longer, particularly when the challenges and pressures of career… Read more »


What parents need to know about depression and emotional resilience in teens

Interesting article found on the Between Us Parents website: http://www.chicagonow.com/between-us-parents/2016/03/depression-and-emotional-resilience-in-teens/ Through accepting and understanding the distinctive challenges that teens face today and identifying that those stressors can put teens at risk, parents can be in a better place to proactively bolster their child’s emotional resilience.


Aloha, Friends!

The students of Glenholme say goodbye to the 2015-2016 academic year and greet summer with an impressive hello during the annual Luau-style festival. The early summer afternoon was ideal for the Hawaiian event. Joyful students crowded activity booths for carnival-style games , along with races, Limbo, hula dancing, karaoke and more. All the traditional treats… Read more »


“Considering Private School?”

For many, the school year has ended. It is the perfect time to prepare to apply to a prominent independent school. This article suggests some steps you can take now to ease the selection and application process. These are particularly important if you considering a supportive boarding school designed to assist students with special needs… Read more »