Neurodiverse students are bright, creative learners who struggle in traditional schools where they frequently experience learning challenges, social issues, bullying, and anxiety. Learning differences include ADHD, autism, and specific learning disabilities.
Hill Top Preparatory School provides life-changing education for these neurodiverse students in grades 5-13 who struggle to achieve academic and social success. Our tailored, rigorous academic curriculum fosters self-advocacy and confidence. Focusing on socialization and executive function skills development strengthens their capacity to build relationships and support success in college, work, and life as independent adults. Hill Top also offers dual enrollment opportunities, a specialized postgraduate program, and boarding for boys in grades 9-12.
Hill Top Prep does more than provide a challenging college-preparatory curriculum for students in grades 5-12. Unique programming is designed to build a quality of self that includes self-recognition, self-advocacy, self-reliance, and self-confidence. Social skills development strengthens students' capacity to connect and build relationships with others, ensuring they are well-prepared to make and take their place in the world.
Hill Top Preparatory School provides life-changing experiences for bright and creative students who struggle to achieve academic and social success due to performance-based learning differences, including ADHD, high-functioning Autism Spectrum Disorders, specific learning disabilities, or anxiety. Through strong family-school collaboration, Hill Top prepares students for future success in college, work, and life as independent adults.
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