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High Quality Education with Trauma-Informed Care for Students in Grades 7-12

At Solstice Day School, we integrate a strong, fully accredited academic curriculum with a trauma-informed, therapeutic model of care for students in grades 7 through 12 who have learning, mental health or behavioral health issues.

We help students establish a strong sense of self, build their academic abilities, apply healthy coping strategies, and acquire the skills needed for college and career readiness.

With small class sizes and a student-teacher ratio of 8:1, our highly qualified and clinically supported faculty is able to provide highly differentiated and individualized instruction that meets the needs of each student as outlined in their individualized educational plan (IEP). Clinicians and allied health staff work closely with teachers, parents, and community providers to ensure the highest quality education and trauma-informed care in an environment that promotes safety and healing for students.

Our students come from school districts within 100 miles of our Rowley campus, including Essex County, upper Merrimack Valley and across the North Shore.

Our Campus

Our five-acre campus in Rowley, MA, borders protected conservation land and overlooks Plum Island and the Atlantic Ocean. Our distinctive setting provides students and staff with the unique opportunity to discover and explore all the natural world has to offer as well as to participate in collaborative projects that foster creative thinking and teamwork.

Solstice Day School
20 Bowlery Drive
Rowley, MA 01969

Referring Students to Solstice Day School

We consider students who are referred to us by their local school districts. Please speak with your individual public school district about referring a student to our school. We also offer a comprehensive 40 day extended evaluation program.