The Grow School established in 1978, is a Therapeutic Public Day Treatment Program that services children, adolescents, and families within the Southern Worcester County Community. Grow services students grades kindergarten through twelve (K-12) in a small, structured therapeutic and academic learning environment, paced to meet the needs of its students on an individualized basis. The Grow program offers a strong academic component designed to accommodate the learning needs of our students and to encourage their motivation to achieve.
Grow has three model programs specifically addressing individual needs. The main components of our programs address challenges including, but not limited to, Emotional, Social, Behavioral, Psychiatric and Learning disabilities. Students learn self-control, social skills, and to become more confident to challenge themselves to achieve academically. Grow students learn how to navigate their own learning, and identify a path to achieve positively.