Complete admissions application online. Main Office (General Inquires) Mainoffice@groveschool.org. Log in Home Page. Adjustment Disorders We require that the family and the prospective student will visit our program. Sex Offenders The majority of our admissions begin in September; however we continue to evaluate applications as spaces become open throughout the year.
Our Admissions staff works diligently to expedite the admissions process when all paperwork is submitted by applicants in a timely manner. We will accept students who present the following issues: ADD/ADHD Non-Verbal Learning Disabilities Attachment Disorders

Actively Psychotic She was trained at Boston Medical Center in the Emergency Department and Pediatric Outpatient Clinic. Another important factor in our therapeutic boarding school admissions assessment of the family’s commitment and willingness to be a positive force in their child’s treatment. She joined the Grove team as a Teacher/Counselor, teaching Special Education and supervising a girl’s dorm. Admissions Director Borderline Personality Disorder

Students may have co-morbid diagnoses of, SEMH, language, social & communication difficulties, sensory integration difficulties, ADHD or SpLD. We will accept students who present the following issues: ADD/ADHD
She worked both in the home and in an outpatient setting. They may be collected from the school alternatively, you may download the form from the above link.

Grove Church of England ; Primary School, North Drive, Grove, Wantage, OX12 7PW; office.3228@grove.oxon.sch.uk; 01235 769867; Our School Values are Love, Respect & Resilience Admissions. Presently Grove School accepts males and females ages 12 – 18. (203) 245-2778 | She is passionate about her work with the Grove School students and staff and enjoys being a member a community that is committed to growth and health. Menu. There she worked with children and families of children who were transitioning out of residential treatment centers back into the home and community.

Anxiety Disorders Lisa grew up in Connecticut and left the state to attend college at the University of Colorado at Boulder and continued onto graduate school at the Boston University School of Medicine. She returned to her position at Yale in September 2010. One of Kelly’s favorite aspects of her job is being a Student Advisor and working closely with students, parents and their treatment teams. (203) 245-2778 | Main Office (General Inquiries) Mainoffice@groveschool.org. All accepted students will enter on a three-month probationary period during which they will be continually evaluated by their treatment team. Welcome to our community.

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EMAIL: Kimball@groveschool.org

Kelly holds her Connecticut teaching certificate in Special Education, grades 1-12.

We are currently full for the upcoming 2019-2020 school year. (203) 245-2778 | Truancy and School Phobia Kelly’s interests include running, skiing, vegetarian cooking and spending time at the beach.