Mount Prospect Academy's admissions team then determines if our programs are a good fit for students. Our purpose is providing a safe, supportive, structured, predictable environment for the children placed in our care. Our mission is to help all our children build self-confidence and develop self-esteem.
Our admission procedure starts by obtaining the student's court papers (if involved), academic information, psychological testing, relevant history, individualized education plan, educational testing, and finally we interview the adolescent.
All residential referrals must be made by at least one of three identified referring agencies. These agencies include DJJS, DCYF/DCF and/or financially responsible school districts. While we do not have a formal referral or application form, we ask that identified referring entities provide as much referral documentation as possible for acceptance consideration. Referral documentation may include previous assessments/evaluations, DCYF or DJJS case history, behavioral reports, medical records, court documents, discharge summaries, IEP/school records, etc. The more information, the better, as this assists us in identifying student needs and our ability to meet their needs within our programs.
Referral information and completed admission paperwork (see form below) can be faxed to (603) 536-3074 or can be scanned an emailed to & email@example.com.
In the event of acceptance, our admissions packet (below) is must be completed. Please ensure the packet is complete with required witness signatures (any adult can sign as witness) and parent/guardian initials each individual box on the medical authorization chart (pg.9). In addition to the admissions packet, the following are required for admission: immunizations, copies of any active insurance or pharmacy cards (front & back sides) and an updated Youth/Child Information Sheet.
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