Middlebridge School’s Bridge program is designed to reinforce and strengthen independent living skills. Students work with residential staff to master skills as diverse as personal organization, financial management, wellness and nutrition, self-advocacy, and social relationships. All Bridge students take Middlebridge’s innovative Social Pragmatics class, which is designed  to enhance students’ understanding of complex social interactions and improve their social relationship skills. The curriculum is similar to the Social Pragmatics class we offer to high school students, but modified for the more mature Bridge students.

Bridge student residences have full-time residential staff. Both male and female students live in family-style houses off campus. All housing has a mix of single and double rooms.