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ADHD schools in the USA

ADHD schools in the USA

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A typical school classroom tends to be an overwhelming environment for a child with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). Students with this condition typically have difficulty focusing, sitting still, and remaining quiet in class. In many cases, they interrupt teachers, fidget, do not follow directions, and act impulsively. If a school does not properly deal with these behaviours, it could become stressful and alienating for your child. As such, private schools which are specially equipped for students with ADHD are important to consider.

American Private Schools

The United States provides many great private schools that will welcome your child with ADHD into their warm and caring environments. These institutions may offer such learning supports as:

  • Extra-help sessions outside of class
  • Extra-curricular activities
  • Smaller or limited class sizes
  • Programs that are geared specially toward students with ADHD

Furthermore, private schools often allow you to constantly consult with staff. Indeed, you and your child's instructors could meet regularly and establish clear educational goals together. At these meetings, you might also learn how to improve his or her home environment or nightly routines. In short, private schools may give you the chance to collaborate with teachers in order to provide your child with the most productive school experience.

Paying for Private School

Private schools in the United States might be costly but you may wish to explore possible help from your local community or from the school itself. There are numerous organizations willing to help with children with special needs. On the other hand, the school to which you send your child may offer both scholarships and bursaries. Financial aid is quite common for children with ADHD.

Choosing a School

Here are a few useful tips for choosing a private school for your son or daughter with ADHD:

  • When you are choosing a school, be sure to ask as many questions as you could possibly think of. You should speak to a given school's teachers, administrators, students, and parents. How large is the school?
  • Never lie or hide information! The school needs a lot of information about your child for two reasons. First, it must decide whether it will accept him or her. This step is not as important as many parents believe it is. Although you never want to get rejected, you should not seek to enroll your child in a school that the administrators would deem him or her unfit for had they known more about your son or daughter. Let them tell you whether there is a fit. Second, choosing a school is really difficult if you do not know whether it can best serve your child. And, the only way the school could tell you if there is such a match is if they have sufficient knowledge about your kid.
  • Find out about what the school offers outside of class.

28 Patey Circle, Rindge, New Hampshire, 03461

Rindge
A friendly, active boarding school for bright boys who have good intentions but who may be too impulsive, intense, or bothersome for other schools and whose intellectual interests may separate them from their peers. [view profile]
  • Boarding
  • Liberal Arts
  • 3 to 12 (Boys)
  • US $56,200/year
429 Hale Street, Prides Crossing, Massachusetts, 01965-0227

Prides Crossing
Landmark School specializes in programs for students with dyslexia and other language-based learning disabilities. Student receive a one-to-one tutorial everyday. [view profile]
  • Day & Boarding
  • Special Needs
  • Academic
  • 2 to 12 (Coed)
  • US $52,900 to 69,700/program
5600 Heritage School Dr, Provo, Utah, 84604

Provo
Heritage offers expert care for at-risk adolescents including those diagnosed with Mood Disorder, depression, anxiety, defiance towards authority figures and those on the Autism Spectrum. Learn more on our website. [view profile]
  • Boarding
  • Progressive
  • Troubled Teens
  • 7 to 12 (Coed)
  • US $138,000/year
31733 South Fork Road, Troy, Montana, 59935

Troy
Turning Winds Academic Institute is a relational-based, therapeutic boarding school that provides exceptional care for your teen to promote sustainable success. [view profile]
  • Boarding
  • Troubled Teens
  • Special Needs
  • 7 to 12 (Coed)
  • US $90,000/year
2491 Emery Road, South Wales, New York, 14139

South Wales
The Gow School is a special needs private school that offers programs for grades seven through 12 in South Wales, New York. [view profile]
  • Day & Boarding
  • Special Needs
  • Language-based
  • 7 to 12 (Coed)
  • US $62,000/year
28 Patey Circle, Rindge, New Hampshire, 03461
  • Boarding
  • Liberal Arts
  • 3 to 12 (Boys)
  • US $56,200/year
view profile
429 Hale Street, Prides Crossing, Massachusetts, 01965-0227
  • Day & Boarding
  • Special Needs
  • Academic
  • 2 to 12 (Coed)
  • US $52,900 to 69,700/program
view profile
5600 Heritage School Dr, Provo, Utah, 84604
  • Boarding
  • Progressive
  • Troubled Teens
  • 7 to 12 (Coed)
  • US $138,000/year
view profile
31733 South Fork Road, Troy, Montana, 59935
  • Boarding
  • Troubled Teens
  • Special Needs
  • 7 to 12 (Coed)
  • US $90,000/year
view profile
2491 Emery Road, South Wales, New York, 14139
  • Day & Boarding
  • Special Needs
  • Language-based
  • 7 to 12 (Coed)
  • US $62,000/year
view profile

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