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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.

ADHD Schools to Help Students Excel in School and Life
Load up the station wagon and carrier, and send them off to one of our 2016 Camps and Schools

SOUTH

The Academy at SOAR
Balsam, North Carolina
Web: soarnc.org
Tel: 828-456-3435
An accredited boarding school for students with LD/ADHD. Our student centered model provides differentiated academic curriculum & adventure-based learning (grades 7-12). Our learning environment addresses the specific needs of your child.

AEF Preparatory Schools
Davie, Florida
Web: http://aefschools.com/
Tel: 954-581-8222
Accredited school for K-12 students not being 100% successful in traditional schools. Improve focus, attention, organization, time-management, processing, and memory. No homework/FSA, Speech/Language/OT Available, McKay/Gardiner/Step-Up.

Currey Ingram Academy
Brentwood, Tennessee
Web: www.curreyingram.org
Tel: 615-507-3242
An exemplary K-12 day school empowering students with learning differences to reach their fullest potential. Located on an 83-acre campus in Brentwood, TN. Families from 33 states and 8 countries cite the school as their primary reason for moving to Middle Tennessee.

Great Lakes Academy
Plano, Texas
Web: https://www.greatlakesacademy.com/
Tel: 972-517-7498 ext. 101
Great Lakes Academy is an accredited non-profit private day school located in Plano, Texas that offers 4th through 12th grade students with average to above-average intelligence, diagnosed with various Learning Differences, Anxiety, ADHD and/or ASD Level 1 (formerly known as Asperger’s Syndrome) a positive school experience. Small class size and a well-trained caring faculty provide students every opportunity for both academic and social success.

Marshall University H.E.L.P Program
Huntington, West Virginia
Web: https://www.marshall.edu/help/
Tel: 336-282-7044
A nationally recognized “center of excellence” providing comprehensive academic support services for students with Specific Learning Disabilities and ADHD. One-on-one tutoring for K-12, college (4 year degrees), and professional students.

Noble Acadamey
Greensboro, North Carolina
Web: https://www.nobleknights.org/
Tel: 304-696-6252
Helping students understand their learning styles, develop self-advocacy skills and the confidence they need to be life-long learners. Providing assistive technology, differentiated instruction and courses in executive functions, our students find success beyond school, in colleges, and careers.

NORTHEAST

Benchmark School
Media, Pennsylvania
Web: www.benchmarkschool.org
Tel: 610-565-3741
An internationally-renowned leader in teaching bright students who learn differently, grades 1-8. Benchmark’s skilled faculty helps students transform obstacles into opportunities and challenges into capabilities. Small classes and differentiated learning provide the individual attention needed to ensure that students reach their full potential.

Curry College
Milton, Massachusetts
Web: www.curry.edu
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 College
Franklin, Massachusetts
Web: www.dean.edu
Tel: 1-877-TRY-DEAN
A private college offering full & part-time programs. You are not a number, you’re an individual. Your success is the primary goal of the entire community — from faculty, peers, mentors, and tutors to our administrative staff.

Eagle Hill School
Greenwich, Connecticut
Web: https://www.eaglehillschool.org/
Tel: 203-622-9240
An independent day and boarding school for children ages 5-15 with language-based learning differences offering an individualized education program that provides the academic skills, self-confidence, and character needed to transition to a mainstream educational setting.

Eagle Hill School
Hardwick, Massachusetts
Web: www.eaglehill.school
Tel: 413-477-6000
A premier college preparatory boarding and day school for students in grade 8-12 with learning disabilities and ADHD. The campus combines the beauty of a New England boarding school with state-of-the-art facilities appropriate for our innovative education model.

Forman School
Litchfield, Connecticut
Web: www.formanschool.org
Tel: 860-567-8712
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 School
South Wales, New York
Web: www.gow.org
Tel: 716-652-3450
The  Summer Program combines five weeks of learning with fun. Gow offers classes for boys and girls, ages 8-16, who have experienced academic difficulties or have diagnosed learning differences, who have potential to excel.

Landmark College
Putney, Vermont
Web: www.landmark.edu
Tel: 802-387-4767
The college of choice for students diagnosed with LD, ADHD, or autism, offering associate and bachelor’s degrees. Students “learn how to learn” in new ways via personal interaction with faculty and staff, developing the confidence, skills, and learning strategies to succeed anywhere.

Landmark School
Prides Crossing, Massachusetts
Web: www.landmarkschool.org
Tel: 978-236-3010
A coed day and boarding school for students in grades 2-12 diagnosed with a language-based learning disability. Our unique, individualized approach empowers students to reach their academic and social potential, offering a customized program for every student, daily one-to-one tutorial, and small classes of 6 to 8 students.

Middlebridge School
Narragansett, Rhode Island
Web: middlebridgeschool.org
Tel: 401-788-0800
A coeducational boarding and day program for students ages 13-18, and postgraduates, with learning differences. Highly individualized education promotes students’ academic, social and emotional growth, and fosters a life-long love of learning.

Rectory School 
Pomfret, Connecticut
Web: www.rectoryschool.org
Tel: 860-963-6740
A coed, junior boarding (5-9) & day school (Pre K-9), with individualized instruction to support each student’s unique learning style. Understanding your child is our highest priority and our greatest strength. Join us for Summer@Rectory — a 4-week program combining academics and summer fun for grades 5-9 (boarding & day). July 1-26, 2019.

Woodlynde School
Stafford, Pennsylvania
Web: https://www.woodlynde.org/
Tel: 610-687-9660
Nationally-recognized college prep school for students with learning differences with rigorous academics; strategic learning support; social/emotional learning; robust arts, athletics, and student life; a focus on developing knowledgeable, confident, strategic thinkers and mature young adults; 100% college acceptance.

MIDWEST

Brehm Preparatory School
Carbondale, Illinois
Web: www.brehm.org
Tel: 618-457-0371
A small, fully accredited coed boarding school for coed students with learning disabilities in grades 6-12. Brehm offers an innovative and comprehensive program with extensive individualized support to monitor and care for students.

Lincoln College
Lincoln, Illinois
Web: lincolncollege.edu
Tel: 800-569-0556
The ACCESS program at Lincoln College is an academic support program for students with ADHD, learning disabilities, and other disabilities that affect executive functions. ACCESS students work with an academic coach to develop skills and strategies that build academic success.

Grand River Academy
Austinburg, Ohio
Web: www.grandriver.org
Tel: 440-275-2811
Boarding and day college preparatory education, grades 8-12 and post-graduate for boys with ADHD, learning differences, and executive function disorder. GRA provides a 360-degree approach in developing the total young man, helping students activate their academic, emotional, and social potential preparing them for lifelong success.

WEST

Denver Academy 
Denver, Colorado
Web: www.denveracademy.org
Tel: 303-777-5870
An independent day school serving grades 1-12. DA inspires and empowers diverse learners, including those with dyslexia and ADD, through student-centered, differentiated education on a 22-acre campus. The summer program is June 10-August 1 and includes day camps, academics, tutoring and more.

Gap Year at SOAR
Dubois, Wyoming
Web: www.soarnc.org/gap-year
Tel: 828-456-3435
Designed to empower young adults ages 18 to 24 with ADHD or other learning disabilities through adventure, travel, and independent living. The gap year program provides young adults the opportunity to discover their talents, increase self-reliance, and to experience life-changing adventures. Developed directly from parent feedback, this program meets the needs of those who have graduated from high school, but are not quite ready to step into a university or work-force setting.

Oklahoma Christian University ACHIEVE Program
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Web: http://oc.edu/academics/student-success/achieve.html
Tel: 800-877-5010
A program designed to assist college students with attention deficit and/or learning differences achieve their potential.

Wasatch Academy
Mt. Pleasant, Utah
Web: www.wasatchacademy.org
Tel: 800-634-4690
Wasatch Academy, located in Utah, is an award-winning, private college preparatory boarding high school. We pride ourselves in offering students unparalleled individual attention in a supportive culture where everyone is treated with respect, dignity, and acceptance. We serve students grades 8-12 with a wide range of mild learning differences from ADHD, dyslexia, and executive functions skills.

MULTIPLE LOCATIONS

College Internship Program (CIP)
CA, IN, FL, MA
Web: cipworldwide.org
Tel: 877-566-9247
Full-year, post-secondary programs offer individualized college academic, social, career, and life skills support for young adults with Autism, ADHD, and other Learning Differences in 5 locations within 4 states: MA, FL, IN, CA.

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Updated on October 16, 2019

3 Related Links

  1. Our son is at The Hillside School in Macungie, PA (https://hillsideschool.org/), “an independent school for students in first through 8th grade who have language-based learning disabilities as well as auditory, visual, and sensory processing disorders that affect learning. These include dyslexia, dysgraphia and dyscalculia, working memory deficits, ADHD, executive functioning deficits, and nonverbal learning issues.” (Taken from their home page) Maximum class size is 8 students.

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