The Glenholme School in Washington is accepting registration for its summer program.

The school is an independent, coeducational, special needs boarding and day school for students with high-functioning autism spectrum disorders, compulsive behaviors, depression, anxiety and various learning differences.

The program, open to students ages 10 to 18 entering fifth through 12th grade, will run July 10 through Aug. 25.

Participants can enroll in session one for three weeks in July, four weeks in August or the entire seven-week session.

Since 1968, students from across the globe have traveled to Glenholme to discover academic and social success — perhaps for the first time — through the school’s individualized educational environment.

The summer program features educational and enrichment opportunities in which students can gain credits and get momentum on their next school year —academically and socially.

For many summer students, English and mathematics are the principal focus.

The summer session at Glenholme provides more personalized academic instruction each morning with extended periods of small class sizes with knowledgeable special educators.

During the afternoons and evenings, there is ample time devoted to recreational and instructional activities emphasizing social skill development.

The program offers a wide array of activities including a spectrum of equestrian offerings, performing and fine arts opportunities including the recording studio, and physical fitness and team athletics.

Students will experience a balance of structured and independent time as they develop healthy relationships with peers and adults, learn to advocate appropriately for assistance, sharpen their academic and social skills, and cultivate a new sense of self-reliance.

For more information, visit http://www.glenholme

summerprogram.org/