After two years of self-study and reporting, The Glenholme School in Washington has earned reaccreditation by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC) for the next 10 years. Glenholme is a therapeutic boarding school for students with special learning needs.

During the self-study process, Glenholme administration and faculty members identified four areas for focus and direction to enhance opportunities for students, which the NEASC Commission then approved.

The areas include alignment with the expanded mission, increased opportunities and activities in line with the new mission, increased independence and greater responsibilities for highest achieving students, and the development of a comprehensive English Language Learner (ELL) program.

In their official letter to the school, the Commission praised the entire school community for its "beautifully maintained facilities that offer a wide variety of spaces to enhance academic, living, social, creative, and recreational activities."