Riverview School is currently accepting students. There are a limited number of spots for the 2017-18 Middle/High School and GROW Transition Programs. We have rolling admissions, which means we accept applications and enroll on an ongoing basis.
Step 1: To speak with an Admissions Representative please fill out our Inquiry Form. Step 2: Fill out our Pre-Application form to learn if Riverview School is a good fit for your child. Step 3: If you've received a letter from Admissions complete your Full Application.
Adolescents and young adults with learning challenges often feel like they don’t belong. Is your son or daughter’s current school providing the opportunity for success? Or is it time to look for something better – an environment that will set the stage for a full and meaningful life? Riverview’s programs are designed to promote self-esteem and increase self-confidence through a wide variety of success-oriented experiences.
At Riverview’s Middle/High School, students experience the pride that comes from genuine academic success and achievement. They have a lot of fun experiences and participate in a wide range of activities. They make lifelong friends. Their self-determination and self-esteem soar!
Our GROW transition program equips young adults with the skills needed to function more independently. They have the opportunity to try different jobs, see what they are best at, and discover what they enjoy the most. They strengthen vocational and practical academic skills, learn to advocate for their own needs, and take care of themselves more than you ever dreamed possible.
Is your son or daughter happily achieving their fullest potential? If not, Riverview School is here.
Director of Admissions
Information Sessions and Tours are designed for parents and professionals. They begin at 9:00 a.m. and conclude at 11:30 a.m. Admissions staff welcome visitors to our campus, and introduce guests to our Middle/High School (grades 6-12) and GROW (Getting Ready for the Outside World) Transition Program in a presentation, followed by a Q&A session and a tour. Please sign up with Kathie Roche by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 508-888-0489 ext. 206
Educational Philosophy of Riverview School
Adolescents/young adults with disabilities versus disabled adolescents/young adults
Typical, age-appropriate extracurricular and social experiences
Emphasis on the whole child
Caring, structured and predictable living/learning environment
Respect and appreciation of different learning styles, interests and talents
Emphasis on developing self-determination and personal best
Encouragement to take risks with learning
Understanding of disabilities and strategies needed for success
Research validated instructional techniques
Thematic, integrated instruction
Real life opportunities for generalization of skills
Direct and individualized instruction for academics, independent living, friendships and social skills
Promotion of resilience and lifelong learning
Cultivation of a learning community for all
"The one regret I have, I wish I had found Riverview sooner." – Parent
Riverview School is an independent, coeducational boarding/day school, located on beautiful Cape Cod, Massachusetts. Established in 1957, Riverview is a leader in educating students, ages 12 - 22, with complex language and learning challenges that include Autism, Down Syndrome, and intellectual disabilities. We're committed to helping each of our extraordinary students gain academic, social, and independent living skills to achieve their goals.