The Harris School's students have experienced social/emotional difficulty in previous school or social settings. Challenges may include but are not limited to anxiety, depression, attention issues, mood disorders or neurological disorders. They typically have average to above average intelligence but have a hard time performing well in school and forming relationships. Our goal is to equip students with coping skills, new patterns of thinking and a more positive outlook as well as to help them transition into a more
mainstream, academic setting.