Educators and Consultants

Helping You Help Your Students

Thames Academy stands ready to assist you in making appropriate recommendations for your students with diagnosed learning disabilities, Autism Spectrum Disorder and/or Attention Deficit Disorder/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD).

Arranging a Visit

Set up your meeting on campus

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The best way to understand the environment, supports and opportunities at Thames Academy is to visit in person. We will be glad to help plan a visit so you can tour campus facilities, consult with faculty and staff, and meet students.

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Referring a Student

Introduce us to a student we can help

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Many graduates of Thames Academy first learned about our program from their teacher, guidance counselor or tutor. When an educator facilitates an introduction, it often helps put families at ease with exploring new options.

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Request Information

Let us provide more details for you

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Curriculum, campus life, one-on-one faculty advising, co-curricular activities, the nationally recognized Bentsen Learning Center … information on all these topics and more is available for the asking.

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Resources

Is Thames right for your student?

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We’ve provided a simple checklist that can help you determine if Thames Academy can help your student.

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