What is the average time that students stay at McGlannan before returning to the mainstream?
The duration of time a student attends McGlannan is different for every child and often difficult to predict. McGlannan School’s unique structure and team approach allows us to carefully track each child’s progress. Determining when a student is ready to transition back into a mainstream school setting is a multifaceted approach. This process not only includes academic remediation, but also closely monitoring the child’s executive functioning, socioemotional development, and ability to independently apply strategies tailored to their unique learning style.
Do you have rolling admissions?
Yes, we offer rolling admissions throughout the year.
What sports or extracurricular activities does McGlannan offer?
McGlannan School offers a Sixth Period Option (SPO) for the students in our lower school (Grades 1st-5th). SPO offers an enrichment program with activities such as arts and crafts, dance, and homework club. This program requires an additional fee and has a limited number of students.
What is your approximate percentage of male to female students?
Currently, our student population consists of approximately 60% boys and 40% girls.
What local schools do your students attend after leaving McGlannan?
Our students attend prominent mainstream schools in our area.
What colleges and universities have your students attended?
The majority of McGlannan alumni have successfully attended many prominent institutions of higher learning. Some of these institutions are American University, Boston University, Brandeis University, Carnegie Mellon, University of Colorado, Cornell University, University of Florida, Florida State University, Georgia Institute of Technology, Georgetown University, Lehigh University, London School of Economics, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, University of Miami, New York University, Northwestern University, University of Pennsylvania, Pratt Fine Arts Center, Purdue University, Rhode Island School of Design, Stanford University, and Vanderbilt University.Many former McGlannan students have also furthered their education and careers through graduate and post graduate studies becoming successful professionals such as engineers, medical doctors, attorneys, architects and entrepreneurs. We are especially proud of those former students who continue to give back by becoming special education teachers and advocates.
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