REACH Elementary and Middle Schools
If your elementary or middle school-aged student would benefit from more extensive support and needs time to become a more independent learner, please visit the website of our sister school, REACH. Middle school-aged students who share this profile might also benefit from the REACH program, which is carefully designed to meet the needs of their students. REACH is a learning environment designed to meet the significant academic and/or social challenges that impact a student’s ability to achieve success in a mainstream classroom. REACH students generally have an IEP or neuropsychological evaluation and accommodations in place.
REACH offers an enriching independent school experience while providing remediation (or acceleration) and targeted support. REACH serves students with learning challenges including, but not limited to ADD/ADHD, anxiety, specific-learning disabilities, Central Auditory Processing Disorder, and students who are twice-exceptional or diagnosed with high-functioning autism.