Be the Breakthrough for Life-Changing Results!

The Brehm School Foundation, a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit, ensures the continuing advancement and mission of Brehm and OPTIONS (junior high, senior high, and post-high school programs for students with learning disabilities)

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Create a Lasting Impact

Giving through the Brehm Foundation empowers breakthrough solutions and life-changing results for our students. YOU ARE CHANGING LIVES by providing opportunities for education, expanding our holistic programming, building a safe, nurturing home atmosphere, equipping our staff and students with innovative educational resources and advanced technology, and developing a love of learning in students with learning disabilities and differences.

Your generosity ensures the future of Brehm Preparatory School and OPTIONS.

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There are many ways you can support the Brehm mission through giving. For example, making a pledge to a specific campaign, purchasing from our Amazon Wishlist, and giving an in-kind gift are only a few ways to contribute. Here are a few of our current campaigns:



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Our mission is to empower students with complex learning liabilities to recognize and optimize their full potential. By subscribing weekly, monthly, or yearly donations, you help us consistently ensure we see that mission through.


S. Holm and K. Johnson

“We think the world of Brehm and can never thank the school and its experienced, committed faculty enough for reaching our daughter and giving her back to us as the lovely and gifted person she was intended to be. Without the emotional and academic foundation Brehm...

R. Greenlaw English

“Words cannot express our gratitude. Brehm has helped my son’s confidence in learning. His maturity and his grades reflect that he has excelled in the environment. He feels safe and loved by the staff members — they’ve treated him like family. Brehm not only educates...


“My son made quantum leaps because of his speech classes and the social groups.”