Crotched Mountain School is committed to addressing areas of greatest need among our students and the community. We specialize in autism spectrum disorders, behavior disorders, vocational development and opportunities for meaningful acquisition and application of skills through our Farm School.
Crotched Mountain School provides a safe, caring and highly effective teaching environment for students who have significant forms of autism. Students on the autism spectrum who come to Crotched Mountain School typically exhibit significant behaviors and have additional diagnoses including severe allergies, seizure disorders, communication disorders and other serious medical conditions.
Crotched Mountain is designed to meet the specific health, treatment, and educational needs of students with severe emotional and behavioral problems.
The Farm School at Crotched Mountain gives students extraordinary opportunities for academic and vocational learning. It provides students with ample opportunities to practice functional skills, earn academic credit, gain vocational experience and practice skills learned in therapies.
As a critical component of our Life Skills Curriculum, vocational education, work exposure and career development opportunities that support IEP objectives abound at CM school. Students learn valuable skills, such as task completion and teamwork, in genuine workplace environments on and off-campus.
For more information about how Crotched Mountain School helps students reach their full potential, please contact:
Director of Admissions
603.547.3311 ext. 1894