The Glenholme School Summer Program



Glenholme uses an evidence-based treatment milieu in a structured therapeutic setting. The program serves boys and girls who are considered fragile and complex, having been diagnosed with Asperger's, ADHD, PDD, OCD, Tourette's, depression and anxiety, as well as learning differences. The program builds competence socially and academically and integrates a learning approach to activities, the arts, an equestrian program, sports and various other interests. While providing a strong academic curriculum, Glenholme utilizes a positive behavior support model to promote relationships among peers, an understanding of boundaries and appropriate social behaviors. Students attend two classes per day and engage in regular activities throughout the week.

General Info

Name The Glenholme School Summer Program
Location Washington, CT
Year-round Contacts 860-868-7377
Program Focuses & Features ADHD, Aerobics, Aquatics, Archery, Art, Asperger's Syndrome, Autism, Badminton, Basketball, Chess, Community Service, Cooking, Dance, Drama, Emotional Disturbances, English, Equestrian, Filmmaking, Fine Arts, Fishing, Golf, Hiking, Learning Disabilities, Math, Media, Music, Outdoor Education, Painting, Pervasive Development Disorder, Photography, Ropes Course, Soccer, Softball, Studio Art, Swimming, Tennis, Theater, Ultimate Frisbee, Volleyball, Weight Training, Yoga
Grade Range (rising grades) 5-12
Age Range Residential and Day — Coed Ages 10-18
Application Deadline Rolling
Director Julie Smallwood, Director of Admission
Residential Fee $7350-15,000, 3-7 weeks.
Day Fee $4935-9945, 3-7 weeks.
Year Established 1967
Dates & Sessions July-Aug; 5 sessions, 3-7 weeks long


Julie Smallwood, Director of Admission