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One family, two generations, unlimited potential with Brook Road Academy

The academic and social pressures of high school can overwhelm any student. For ninth grader Mason, those pressures compounded when he was diagnosed with a brain tumor. Surgery was a success, but left Mason having to re-learn some speech and motor skills. His confidence was lost and school became a major source of anxiety. Just […]

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Villa Center for Autism helps James find his voice

 As part of a military family, twelve-year-old James has lived in Texas, Kansas, Colorado, Ohio, West Virginia and now Virginia. He also has autism, and is nonverbal with sensory processing disorder. Moving around the country, public schools have been a major challenge for James. Even in autism classrooms, inconsistent staffing made for a difficult […]

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How To Choose A Private School In Richmond, VA

Choosing the right private school for your child can be a difficult decision. The Richmond area offers a number of private school options, each with their own strengths and weaknesses. 5 Factors For Comparing Private School Options You have many factors to weigh when determining which school best addresses your educational concerns and fits your […]

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Aaron and Brianna find housing and hope through Flagler youth services

Few things test the strength of a relationship like the possibility of becoming homeless. Young couple Aaron and Brianna faced such a test when they moved into his mother’s apartment to avoid living on the street. But the situation was dire. Aaron’s mother was in and out of the hospital with health issues, and the […]

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Villa receives new accreditation from Council on Accreditation

The Council on Accreditation (COA) is America’s highest accrediting agency for the full continuum of child welfare, behavioral health, and community-based social services. St. Joseph’s Villa recently received re-accreditation for the next four years, after our organization’s programs, services, administration and management were evaluated and found to meet best practice standards and ethics requirements. We are […]

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How to afford private school

There are no two ways about it, private schools aren’t cheap. Sending your children to private school is an investment, an investment in their future, but don’t get scared off by the inital sticker shock. A private school education may actually be easier to fit into the family budget than you think. Here are a […]

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Therapeutic Day Treatment changes Keon’s future

Keon bounced between six different schools before finishing first grade. Behind in development and showing mild symptoms of autism, he faced repeated suspensions at every school for attacking staff and destroying classrooms. His mother Grace says his behaviors made him a danger to others and himself. “The next step would have been permanent hospitalization, or […]

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Jonathan thrives at Brook Road Academy

Jonathan has always been a bright student, but struggled in a larger school setting. To help him reach his potential and make the most of his education, Jonathan’s mother Cassandra sought help at Brook Road Academy. Hear in Cassandra’s own words how Brook Road Academy made a difference for Jonathan and his family: If you […]

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Brook Road Academy welcomes its first international student

We’re delighted to welcome Linh, who comes to us from Vietman, to our Brook Road Academy community! Linh is Brook Road Academy’s first-ever international student. In her eleventh grade year, Linh wanted to continue her education in America. After attending a large high school in Vietnam, she felt the smaller class sizes at Brook Road Academy would […]

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Brook Road Academy welcomes first international student

We’re delighted to welcome Linh, who comes to us from Vietman, to the Brook Road Academy community! Linh is Brook Road Academy’s first-ever international student. In her eleventh grade year, Linh wanted to continue her education in America. After attending a large high school in Vietnam, she felt the smaller class sizes at Brook Road Academy […]

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