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ADHD School Directory

ADDitude’s comprehensive directory of summer school, college prep, and academic support options to help students excel in the classroom and in life.


Curry Ingram AcademyCurrey Ingram Academy
Brentwood, Tennessee
Tel: 615.507.3242 (main)
Currey Ingram is a co-ed K-12 day and boarding school where students with learning differences are given the tools to thrive and succeed. We understand that students learn differently, so we must educate differently. With small classes, in-person instruction and rolling admissions, it’s never too late to start learning at Currey Ingram Academy!

The Academy at SOARThe Academy at SOAR
Waynesville, North Carolina
Tel: 828-456-3435
Accredited adventure-based boarding school for students with ADHD/LD in 8th-12th grade. We offer a unique combination of academics, adventure, and life skills development to prepare students academically, socially, and emotionally for adulthood. Our teaching approach combines differentiated instruction in a small classroom setting with two-week experiential education travel expeditions. Come experience adventures in education!

The Vanguard SchoolThe Vanguard School
Lake Wales, Florida
Tel: 863-676-6091
The Vanguard School is a co-educational, boarding/day school for diverse learners who benefit from learning together in a small environment (grades 6-12). Our beautiful 77-acre campus focuses on core value development, accepts individuality, celebrates strengths, and supports individual learning paths to thrive in a diverse world.


Curry CollegeCurry College
Milton, Massachusetts
Tel: 617-333-2075
Our internationally-recognized Program for Advancement of Learning (PAL) has created a revolutionary model for supporting students with learning differences to succeed in all courses of study. Our graduates have a wide range of careers and have gone on to grad school, law school, and doctoral programs.

Dean CollegeDean College
Franklin, Massachusetts
Tel: 877-TRY-DEAN
A uniquely supportive community for over 150 years, Dean College offers a wide range of learning support programs and services, including individualized academic coaching, skill development workshops, specialized career advising and the Arch Learning Community for students with diagnosed learning disabilities, to help students build the skills needed to succeed.

Eagle Hill SchoolEagle Hill School
Hardwick, Massachusetts
Tel: 413-477-6000
Eagle Hill School is a private co-ed prep school exclusively for students with diverse learning profiles including ADHD and dyslexia. Eagle Hill specializes in an individualized learning approach to each student’s needs with academic and core enrichment programs supported by an environment of creative and demanding instruction.

NY, NJ (in-person, grades 5–12+)
Cloud (100% live virtual, 1–12+)
Tel: 908-279-0787
Accredited private school and summer program for gifted and twice-exceptional (2e) learners. Our gifted curriculum, infused with executive functioning support and social emotional learning, is custom-designed for insatiable minds. International students welcome on Cloud and in NJ and NY. FlexSchool is proud to provide financial aid and scholarships to those who qualify.

Forman SchoolForman School
Litchfield, Connecticut
Tel: 860-567-1802
A coed college prep school dedicated to empowering bright students who learn differently, grades 9-PG. We embrace different learning styles, address challenges head-on, and tailor learning to fit the unique needs of each student. Boarding and day options.

The Gow SchoolThe Gow School
South Wales, New York
Tel: 716-687-2001
The Gow School is a college-prep boarding and day school for students, grades 6-12, with dyslexia and similar language-based learning disabilities. Focusing on small class sizes, 3-7 students per class, and a 4:1 student to faculty ratio, Gow offers a multisensory approach to teaching that enables dyslexic students to thrive.

Landmark CollegeLandmark College
Putney, Vermont
Tel: 802-387-6718
Landmark College exclusively serves students with learning and attention challenges (e.g., ADHD, autism, a learning disability like dyslexia, or executive function challenges). Online and on-campus programs help students “learn how to learn” while developing the confidence, skills, and learning strategies to achieve their academic goals.

Middlebridge SchoolMiddlebridge School
Narragansett, Rhode Island
Tel: 401-788-0800
Middlebridge School is a college preparatory coeducational boarding and day program for students ages 13-18, and postgraduates, with learning differences. Highly individualized education promotes students’ academic performance, emotional intelligence, and fosters a lifelong love of learning.

Rectory SchoolRectory School
Pomfret, Connecticut
Tel: 860-928-1328
A coed, junior boarding (grades 5-9) & day school (grades K-9) providing individualized attention to support a student’s academic, physical, social, and moral development. Using students’ innate curiosity as the basis for more formalized instruction, our educational approach is guided by current research related to the brain and student learning.


Brehm Preparatory SchoolBrehm Preparatory School
Carbondale, Illinois
Tel: 618-457-0371
Brehm is a fully accredited coeducational boarding and day school for students with learning differences in grades 6 – 12+. We foster a family environment where the educational, social, wellness, and emotional needs of each student are addressed through a focused program. This holistic experience aims to empower students to become independent learners.


Denver AcademyDenver Academy
Denver, Colorado
Tel: 303-777-5870
Denver Academy believes students thrive when taught in the way they learn best. DA is one of the top schools in the nation dedicated to teaching a diverse group of learners, including those with dyslexia, ADHD, twice-exceptional students, and those with other learning profiles. Small class sizes of 12-14 facilitate student-centered differentiated instruction.

Gap Year at SOARGap Year at SOAR
Dubois, Wyoming
Tel: 828-456-3435
Empowering young adults 18 to 24 with ADHD/LDs through adventure, travel, and independent living. The GAP Year program provides the opportunity to discover talents, increase self-reliance, and experience life-changing adventures, for those who have graduated from high school but are not quite ready to step into a university or work-force setting.


College Internship ProgramCollege Internship Program (CIP)
Tel: 877-566-9247
CIP is a private transition program empowering young adults with autism and other learning differences to find success. We’ve been helping young adults on the autism spectrum and with learning differences find success in college, employment, and independent living in our five centers across the US since 1984. Our vision is to challenge the norms of what people with learning differences can achieve.

Winston Preparatory SchoolWinston Preparatory School
Winston Preparatory School is a leading school network for students with learning differences, including dyslexia, ADHD, and nonverbal learning disorders (NVLD). Winston Prep’s campuses in NYC (Winston Prep NYC and Winston Transitions), Long Island, NJ, CT and CA (Marin and Transitions San Francisco) offer a highly individualized and responsive education, in addition to Winston Online, a fully online school accessible anywhere in the US.  Our faculty carry out on-going, in-depth assessments of students, giving them the tools to continue independently learning and growing.

Winston Preparatory SchoolWinston in College
National and International
Email: [email protected]
Winston in College offers virtual 1:1 learning support services for adult students with learning disabilities such as dyslexia, executive functioning difficulties (ADHD), and nonverbal learning disorders (NVLD) who are transitioning to or are currently enrolled in a college program. Winston in College helps students develop and maximize their social and academic skills including executive functioning.

Winston Preparatory SchoolWinston Online
National and International
Email: [email protected]
A fully online school, grades 4-12 for students with earning disabilities such as dyslexia, executive functioning difficulties (ADHD), and nonverbal learning disorders (NVLD). A Winston Online education provides intense academic skill remediation while developing students’ independence, resilience, responsibility, self-awareness, and self-advocacy, skills that serve a student beyond the classroom for their lifetime.

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