Our students are complicated learners who have a distinct pattern of strengths and challenges in their academic profile. Middlebridge students may have difficulties in written expression, processing speed or working memory, receptive/expressive language, attention and/or executive function. Our students may also struggle with organization, planning, time management, and social pragmatics.
Please contact the Admissions Office at Middlebridge School prior to completing an application. We look forward to answering any questions you have about our program and providing any additional information you need.
Shannon Leventhal, Director of Admissions
John Kaufman, Head of School
Provide a comprehensive psychological assessment, including cognitive testing results (e.g. WISC-IV index and subtest scores), current educational plans, transcripts and report cards, as well as any evaluations that provide information about the student’s level of functioning, as well as academic and social/emotional strengths and challenges.
The Admissions Department will contact families to discuss candidacy.
The Admissions Department will issue an enrollment agreement based on availability.
Middlebridge School does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin, sex, religion, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, disability status, or any other status protected by applicable law, in the administration of the school’s educational, admission, athletic, and other programs and activities.