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Proctor Academy and alternatives


Replies to: Proctor Academy and alternatives

  • PeriwinklePeriwinkle Registered User Posts: 3,501 Senior Member
    A friend was happy with Wilbraham & Monson for her ADD son. Bright boy, sporty.
  • GarandmanGarandman Registered User Posts: 86 Junior Member
    For reference, believe this is the New England list mentioned. We excluded Hun as being “A state too far.”

    Kimball Union
    Lawrence Academy
    Northfield Mount Hermon
    Wilbraham and Monson
    Worcester Academy
  • GarandmanGarandman Registered User Posts: 86 Junior Member
    And Cushing, my 15 minutes of infamy expired....
  • GarandmanGarandman Registered User Posts: 86 Junior Member
    Cushing is having an “Academic Support Open House” January 13th.

  • GarandmanGarandman Registered User Posts: 86 Junior Member
    Another parent gave us a list of area schools that have specialized support for different learners. There are undoubtedly others. Some of these schools accept updated NeuroPsych testing in lieu of or in conjunction with the SSAT.

    Caveat: some of these support programs incur additional fees, adding 5-20% to the standard tuition.

    Beaver Country Day, Chestnut Hill, MA
    Brewster Academy, Wolfeboro, NH
    Cushing Academy, Ashburnhsm, MA
    New Hampton School, New Hampton, NH
    Proctor Academy, Andover, NH
    Winchendon School, Winchendon, MA.

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