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Known for advancing students with learning challenges where other resources have failed, Brehm’s industry-leading expertise and uniquely holistic approach have resulted in a long history of successful outcomes that set the school apart. To start your child’s journey to success, contact us today.
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Empowering students with learning differences to recognize and optimize their potential.
A unique combination of adventure, and academics, for students with learning challenges ages 11-18.
A comprehensive and
Since 1982, Brehm Preparatory School has been empowering students with learning disabilities and differences to recognize and optimize their potential. Designed around the way each child learns best, an Individualized Holistic Education Plan (IHEP) integrates cognitive, academic, social, and behavioral strategies into a comprehensive program designed to educate the whole child.
Brehm’s caring, highly qualified faculty and staff welcome students in grades 6 through 12+ into a dynamic new learning environment brimming with optimism. Working quickly to break down barriers, build trust, and rebuild self-confidence, they embrace students in a nurturing boarding school environment where each child feels accepted and supported.
This holistic experience produces students with the tools, skills, and confidence to become effective self-advocates and independent learners able to succeed in school, find fulfilling careers, and lead balanced multi-faceted lives.
INDIVIDUALIZED HOLISTIC EDUCATION PLAN
IHEPs are comprehensive programs that outline cognitive, academic, social, and behavioral needs for each student.
THE ARROWSMITH PROGRAM
A breakthrough learning methodology that strengthens learning pathways in the brain.
A HOME AWAY FROM HOME
Our safe and supportive family-style living environment allows students to hit the “reset button.”
Winter Break – No School
Martin Luther King Jr. Day – No School