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  • May Center for Child Development
  • Location: West Springfield, Massachusetts
  • 24/7 Helpline: (855) 509-1822 (free informational help)

May Institute is a nonprofit organization that provides educational, rehabilitative, and behavioral healthcare services to children and adults with autism.

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About Therapeutic Boarding Schools in Massachusetts

Troubled Teen Schools in Massachusetts

There are no requirements for Accreditation, Registration or Licensing for private schools in Massachusetts. Approval is mandatory and requires proof that nonpublic schools equal the instruction, curriculum and progress of public schools.  Private schools do not require official certification for their teachers.

There is no official mandate for the curriculum of a nonpublic school in Massachusetts, however, it is generally understood that courses should be taught with “thoroughness and efficiency”.

Nonpublic schools are required to educated all students on the statewide anti-hazing policy and criminal background checks shall be performed on all employees and volunteers with access to students. 

Reference: https://www2.ed.gov

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Should you need help finding schools for troubled teens, troubled teen programs, or therapeutic boys ranches, please let us know. These troubled teen schools, sometimes called reform schools, wilderness schools, or emotional growth schools, combine therapy with academics to help kids get back on track. This site includes a list of the best troubled teen boarding schools. These schools help troubled and struggling teens overcome their challenges and get back on the right track in life.

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