More Info | (844) 632-2992


The Glenholme School

  1. Home
  2. »
  3. The Glenholme School
81 Sabbaday Ln, Washington, Connecticut, USA 06793-1318

The Glenholme School is an independent, co-educational special needs boarding and day school for young people, ages ten to twenty one in middle school, high school, postgraduate, transitional living for career development. The positive atmosphere provides guidance for students with special needs to achieve competent social and academic levels. Our comprehensive learning environment supports the success of students with Asperger’s, Autism Spectrum Disorder, High Functioning Autism, ADHD, OCD, Tourette’s, depression, anxiety and various learning differences.

Services include:
Multimedia-Based Curriculum
Executive Functioning Skills Development
Positive Behavior Intervention Supports
Social Skill Development
Applied Behavior Analysis
Animal Assisted Therapy
Self-Discipline Strategies
Relationship Mentoring

At The Glenholme School each student has a school issued laptop that does have Internet access. The laptop is used primarily for academics.
Our students do not have access to any social media platforms.

Devereux Glenholme began in the 1960’s when Jean White Van Sinderen donated her 110-acre country estate to the Devereux Foundation for the creation of a school where children could develop their unique potential. Through conversations with Helena T. Devereux, a pioneer in the field of special education, Mrs. Van Sinderen’s vision of a unique school for children with special behavioral and learning needs became a reality. Since its founding in 1912 in Philadelphia, Devereux has emerged as one of America’s premier providers of behavioral health care services. Glenholme, located on Sabbaday Lane in Washington, is one of more than twenty Devereux centers in twelve states & the District of Columbia.

Glenholme is a therapeutic boarding school that serves students, ages 10-21, with social, emotional and academic needs. It is a co-educational, year-round program with rolling admissions. Although students can enroll at any time of the year, most students enter school either at the beginning of the school year in September or after the holiday break in January.

Admissions Contact Name: David Dunleavy

Contact Information
Phone: 860-868-7377

Send message to moderator