Given appropriate instruction coupled with student specific Support Services, we buoy our students, infusing them with the confidence and skills to attend college or post secondary education.
Greenwood’s Support Service specialists take a holistic approach to closing the gap between a student’s ability and present reality. Integrated throughout the curriculum, we remediate those who struggle with attention regulation, handwriting and general sensory integration and auditory processing. We consider the whole person, rather than isolate symptoms, when exploring strategies and balance for a more productive and happy day-to-day. 

Students with complex learning profiles come to Greenwood from all over the world and across the country. Some have left home for the first time. Many did not get instruction that matched their learning profile at prior schools. They arrive lagging behind, with low self esteem and understandably frustrated. Typically, parents recognize changes in their students during fall vacation, just a few months after starting at Greenwood. It's transformative when their sons begin to internalize a sense of relief, belonging, and well deserved optimism for a better future.
The following core educational services have proven invaluable to unlocking our students’ potential.

  • Occupational Therapy 
  • Speech and Language
  • Targeted Cognitive Intervention - TCI
  • Executive Function Coaching 
  • Assistive Technology 
  • Counseling
  • SEL - Social Emotional Learning                                                                                                                                  
Greenwood’s on staff specialists interact with all students, share insights during faculty meetings and offer in-service professional training. We are a cohesive community providing around the clock emotional and educational scaffolding for your students.

We all have personal traits and preferences that make us unique. Some people have an affinity for salty foods while others reach for the sweets. Everyone does not subscribe to the standard ways to type or even grasp a pen. Some find a crowd problematic, while others can’t get enough stimulation. Among us, there’s a wide range of abilities, preferences and dislikes. At Greenwood we collaborate with students, helping them understand how operating on outer sides of the middle range, impacts daily life.

What is TCI?