Maplebrook School accepts students between the ages of 11 and 18 in the Academic Program and between 18 and 21 in the Postsecondary C.A.P.S. Program. These students have learning differences and/or ADD and have low average abilities that make it difficult to thrive in traditional academic and social settings. Students must have a minimum IQ of 70 and be willing to make a commitment to their academic work in spite of learning differences. Maplebrook is not equipped to work with students who have a primary emotional or social diagnosis.
Students are interviewed throughout the year. Since vacancies are limited, parents are encouraged to begin the process as early as possible by sending completed admissions materials for review. Late enrollment is permitted if vacancies exist, due to a rolling admission policy. Early application for September is highly recommended.
Maplebrook School enrolls students without regard to race, creed, color, religion, sex, or ethnic origin.