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Special needs schools for boys

For boys with special needs, a specialized education environment is even more beneficial.

Many scholars agree that there exist nurture-based dissimilarities between the genders. Simply put, boys and girls are socialized differently. Read more


List of dedicated special needs boys' schools


These are dedicated special needs schools for boys, where 100% of the students have special needs. They provide full-time support for all students in the school, through accommodations, modifications, and remediations.

 
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  • Wellandport, Ontario
  • 5 to 12 Boys
  • $58,300 to $62,300

Robert Land Academy, established in 1978, is a private military-inspired boarding school (Gr 5-12) helping boys to experience validation, realize their potential and gain admission to post-secondary programs.

  • Boarding
  • Traditional
  • Learning disabilities
  • Developmental
  • Behavioral and Emotional
Robert Land Academy 58300 MiddleSchools HighSchools Boarding Boys ADHD (moderate to severe) ADHD (moderate to severe) Dyslexia (Language-Based Learning Disability) Dyslexia (Language-Based Learning Disability) Auditory Processing Disorder (APD) Auditory Processing Disorder (APD) Dyscalculia Dyscalculia Dysgraphia Dysgraphia Language Processing Disorder Language Processing Disorder Nonverbal Learning Disorders (NLD) Nonverbal Learning Disorders (NLD) Autism Autism Asperger's Syndrome Asperger's Syndrome Troubled behaviour / troubled teens Troubled behaviour / troubled teens Clinical Depression Clinical Depression Suicidal thoughts Suicidal thoughts Drug and alcohol abuse Drug and alcohol abuse Oppositional Defiant Disorder (ODD) Oppositional Defiant Disorder (ODD) Clinical anxiety Clinical anxiety

As such, many education experts advocate for all-boys schools because students benefit from a curriculum molded to their specific needs. For boys with special needs, a specialized education environment is even more beneficial.
 

Read our advice guide on choosing a school for a child with special needs (such as ADHD and autism) and for kids with other traitsTo get school-choice advice customized to your child's unique traitscreate a child profile through your user account.

Benefits of boys’ special needs schools

Proponents of boys’ schools profess numerous benefits of single-gender education. These may include:

Paying for private boys’ school

There are at least three resources for tuition help for parents interested in a private school for boys with special needs:

  1. Scholarships and bursaries
  2. Community support
  3. Tax breaks: In some provinces, you may be eligible for a medical tax break if you send your kid to a school for students with special needs.
You may consult our 18 Tips for Paying for Private School for additional information. You can also read our guide to the cost of special needs schools.
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