Grades: 2 - 12 | 30 students
The George N. Hunt Campus School was established in 1982 for residential and day students with learning and behavior disorders, including ADD and ADHD, who have failed to succeed in their public schools. The School provides a highly structured, innovative learning environment with individualized programs designed to enhance each child's ability to learn. Individual and group therapy are included in the school day; an after-school program is also available for day students. Students are provided with a safe, comfortable environment where academic and social experiences can increase their sense of competency and self-esteem. The small student-to-teacher ratio facilitates positive academic and social growth and enables the students to learn under conditions which promote trust, understanding, acceptance, and most of all, respect. The School is organized into ungraded classrooms with each child being placed in the classroom that best meets his/her academic needs. An Individualized Education Program is designed for every child. This IEP includes goals from each discipline to provide a well-structured program.