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Camp Confidence is open to current and entering Wolf students (Rooms 2-8) only. At Camp Confidence, we’re combining a traditional summer camp approach with The…
“The Wolf School respects and accepts children for who they are and how they learn, and doesn’t blame them for not fitting into a world that overwhelms them. Finally, they can learn and be successful.”A Wolf School parent
“Thank you all so much for bringing happiness back into our little boy’s school day.”A Wolf School parent
“How lucky we were to know that our son had not just an option, but a fantastic option to be treated as the special boy he is — not a diagnosis or a label, but a bright capable child.”A Wolf School parent
“We thought the parent conference on Thursday was great. We are very, very impressed with Wolf and its dedicated teachers.”A Wolf School parent
“He is doing so well in high school. Wolf provided him with a strong educational, emotional and social foundation to ensure his future success and I am more appreciative than you will ever know.”A Wolf School parent
“Rather than my child always struggling to fit into a school, this school strives to fit my child.”A Wolf School parent
“The Wolf School respects and accepts children for who they are and how they learn, and doesn’t blame them for not fitting into a world that overwhelms them. Finally, they can learn and be successful.”Wolf School parent
“Our son became a successful learner because he was in an environment conducive to his needs. He was once again a child filled with the wide-eyed wonder of learning, as he made quantum leaps in his reading.”A Wolf School parent