Woodhouse Academy

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Basic Information

Address: 4 Oxford Road Building F Milford, CT 06460
County: New Haven
Phone Number: 203 877-9121
Fax Number: 203 877-4453

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Additional Information

President: Director- Barbara Feldman
School Type: therapeutic day school
Founded: 2001
Ages/Grades: 7-12
School Size: 32 students
Classroom Size: 6-8 students
Student/Teacher Ratio: 3:1
Curriculum:

Middle and High School and College Prep with Special Education.

Support Services: Special Education, Counseling, Parent Support, Psychiatric Consultation
Admissions Requirements:

Average and Above Intelligence

Mission Statement:

Our mission is to create an academic setting and community where each student is intellectually and educationally engaged and provided with success strategies.

Notes/School Information:

Woodhouse Academy is an academic, therapeutic private day school designed to meet the needs of adolescents (Grades 7 – 12) with average to above average intelligence who are challenged by learning difficulties.  They are youngsters who have often experienced failure and difficulties in other school settings resulting in performance levels not commensurate with their abilities.  

The Woodhouse program is designed for students who have identified internalizing psychological issues such as anxiety, depression, school phobia, school refusal, school anxiety, PDD, Aspergers, PTSD, OCD. Our students often struggle with executive functioning skills, social skills, low self-esteem and learning differences. These challenges typically interfere with the students’ academic success.  Woodhouse Academy provides students with a learning environment that is safe, nurturing, community based, predictable and structured. The program focuses on providing each student with a solid educational experience while developing the necessary social skills they require, while addressing each student’s IEP.

The program is non-punitive and uses collaborative problem solving as a means of addressing all school and social issues that arise. By employing small class sizes each student receives individualized and personalized attention. The program is not designed for children who are overly aggressive, violent, or sexually inappropriate.

The Woodhouse program focuses on addressing: executive functioning skills, academic competence, social communication, social skills, problem solving skills and emotional growth. 
Woodhouse Academy students benefit from a program with:
•    Specialization in adolescent life
•    Solid educational experiences
•    Small class size and meaningful community
•    Individualized and personalized attention
•    Special education techniques
•    Psychoeducational approach
•    Parent support and guidance
•    Social group skills development
•    A Collaborative Problem solving orientation
 

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