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Bromley Brook School

Emotional Growth School

Bromley Brook School Program Information

Gender: Girls Only
Ages: 13 - 17
Grades: 9 - 12
Estimated Enrollment: 75
Length of Stay:
Program was founded in: 2004
Accreditations: Affiliations:

Bromley Brook School Contact Information

2595 Depot Street
P.O. Box 2328
Manchester Center, VT 05255
Phone: (802) 362-9966
Fax: (802) 362-5539
School Contact: Lawrence Mutty
Alternative Contact: Laura Mack
Therapy Provided?: Yes

Program Description:

Bromley Brook girls know they are capable of more, but lack a coherent set of developmental tools to achieve their aspirations. They may be depressed, withdrawn, anxious or lack sufficient impulse control. Our girls are in need of a structured environment where they will receive expert guidance and counseling support while pursuing their high school diploma and developing healthy peer and family relationships.

Bromley Brook boarding school for girls educates young women to be tomorrow's leaders. Our mission is to teach each girl to recognize her own individual needs and to use her self-awareness to achieve more than she thought possible. At Bromley Brook, our faculty is hand-selected for their professional expertise and their boundless enthusiasm for working with girls. Beginning with the admissions process, this faculty collaborates with the student, her family, and referring professionals to create an Assessment-Based Individualized Learning Plan.

What makes Bromley Brook different from other girls' boarding schools? Our comprehensive, research-based assessment allows us to create a truly individualized approach to your daughter's education and personal growth. Read our Student Profile section to find out if Bromley Brook boarding school for girls is the right choice for your daughter.

student profile

Is Your Daughter A Candidate for Bromley Brook? The successful Bromley Brook all girl boarding school candidate is a high school aged girl who is bright and capable but struggling to meet social and academic expectations due to unrealistic internal and external pressures. Success in earlier years has been overshadowed by recent behavior, causing the family to be concerned for their daughter's future and safety.

Having tremendous potential, Bromley Brook all girls boarding school students often recognize the disparity felt in ability versus actuality.

They may be depressed, anxious, confused, isolating socially, in conflict with the family, behaving in contradiction to known family values, underachieving academically, and/or giving up and withdrawing. Others may be overachieving or over performing academically and/or athletically, causing unhealthy stress or physical problems, having personal identity or self-image issues, and/or taking unnecessary and unhealthy risks.

A Questionnaire For Parents

Parents of Bromley Brook all girls boarding school students would probably answer yes to many of the following questions:

*Has your daughter connected with a peer group that makes you uncomfortable?
*Has your daughter been exhibiting some problem behaviors herself?
*Has your daughter failed in school or performed below her ability?
*Is your daughter isolating herself or closing herself off?
*Does your daughter sacrifice the values you thought she held for the sake of acceptance and fitting in with peers?
*Do you want to stop being afraid for your daughter's life?
*Was your daughter a high achiever until middle school and then lost interest in her education?
*Did your daughter have a bright future and now seems to have given up these hopes and dreams?
*Do you want your daughter to have high career aspirations?
*Do you want your daughter to attend a premier college or university?
*Do you want your daughter to be happy with who she is?
*Do you want your daughter to be well prepared to face the challenges of the future?
*Do you want your daughter to understand you?
*Do you want to understand your daughter?


Girls who are:

-Girls age 13-17
-Experiencing self-image issues
-Breaking family rules
-Sexually acting out
-Isolating from family and/or friends
-Lacking social skills
-Experiencing attention challenges
-Experiencing difficulties in reading, spelling, written/oral language, executive functioning (organizational and study skills)
-FSIQ of 95 and above
-College or career bound
-Open to learning and willing to come to the school

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