George N. Hunt Campus School

For students with learning, social, emotional, and behavioral challenges

Specialized Education and Support at George N. Hunt Campus School

At the George N. Hunt Campus School, we offer highly structured, personalized instruction and therapeutic services tailored to students with learning, social, emotional, and behavioral challenges. Catering to both St. Mary’s Residential Services youth and Day Students referred by their local education agencies, our K-12 Special Education program is designed to meet diverse educational needs.

Every student benefits from our comprehensive clinical, therapeutic counseling, and social-emotional learning programs. With our commitment to small class sizes and individualized teaching approaches, we ensure each student’s unique requirements are addressed. Our primary objective is to equip students with the skills and confidence needed to either reintegrate into their public schools, transition to less restrictive educational environments, or successfully graduate as lifelong learners.

The school provides full-time nursing support and offers additional services tailored to each student’s Individualized Education Plan (IEP), including Occupational Therapy, Speech/Language services, and specialized reading support. Through our Extended School Year program, students have the opportunity to maintain and enhance their social, emotional, and academic progress, recover credits, and participate in activities focused on nature, the outdoors, and community engagement.

For more information, contact Diane Long, School Administrator, at 353-3900 Ext. 259 or email

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