..programs for success
Programs listed: 899

Valley View School

Related Content

Request Information

Get Help Now Fill out our form and a representative will contact you shortly.


Valley View School information

Valley View School
MA
North Brookfield
(508) 867-6505
Therapeutic Boarding Schools
12-17

Valley View is a private residential school providing a therapeutic educational environment for 54 boys between the ages of 11 and 17 who are having difficulty getting along with their families, the world around them and themselves. Typical Valley View students may be boys who challenge authority to the point of psychologically intimidating their parents; others have difficulty in channeling their physical energy in meaningful ways; and a few may appear overly lethargic, bored or depressed. The majority have difficulty in traditional schools and although bright, often have a history of attention deficit disorder, may be oppositional, and are a source of frustration to their families. Traditional classroom methods and practices have generally frustrated rather than encouraged students who go to Valley View. These boys have been characterized as “learning disabled”, “unmotivated”, “hyperactive”, or “disruptive” in the classroom setting. With a maximum of 54 students in the School and an average of 6 in each class, Valley View School can provide intensive remedial instruction. Classes focus on the development and strengthening of skills in basic subjects, including language arts, mathematics, social and physical education, history, and art. An extensive computer facility integrates current technology into the entire academic curriculum.

http://www.valleyviewschool.org
valview@aol.com

Find a school

There are hundreds of boarding schools, boot camps, and a variety of other specialized teen help programs in the United States to choose from. Our representatives can help you select the school that is ideal for your teen. You should never be afraid of your out of control teen or afraid of what the future holds for your at-risk youth. You are the parent, you have the choice. Choose what is best for your teen; consider the assistance of a boarding school, boot camp, or military school for your struggling teen. A reform school or military academy will collaborate with you to help your at risk teen have a better relationship with you and a better chance at life.