Forman School is an independent, coeducational, college preparatory school for boarding and day students with identified learning differences. Forman develops the whole student, based on his or her unique learning profile, so that every graduate becomes an educated, confident, self-advocate throughout life.
WHO IS FORMAN?
We are 236 bright and motivated students with learning differences and 68 faculty and staff trained to equip them for college. Our namesake is our founder, John Forman, one of the first educators to apply research-based methodologies to teaching students who learn differently. Our Head of School is Adam Man, an experienced educator and a parent of a Forman School alumnus.
WHAT DOES FORMAN SCHOOL DO?
We educate high school students and post-graduates with diagnosed learning differences – such as dyslexia and ensure that 100% of them get into a four-year college. By exploring abundant academic, artistic, athletic, and social opportunities, Forman students build identities that outshine their diagnoses.
"I haven't seen anybody on campus, teacher or student, who hasn't been transformed."–Bill Bucklin, English Teacher