Grand River Academy Menu Apply to Grand River
Academics Request More Information

Your Guide to Boys' Education

Are you considering boarding school and don’t know where to start? Are you looking for tips on how to approach education with a child with ADHD or executive functioning issues? Explore our resource center of guides for parents and educators to find the guidance you’re looking for.

How to Choose a Boarding School

Four Techniques to Help Your Teen with ADHD Excel in School

Three Strategies to Strengthen Executive Functioning

how to choose a boarding school prepare ADHD students for success
   

Whether you’re a boarding school alum or private school newbie, you can find the perfect match. Follow our 5 steps to choosing the right school for your family.

You’re not alone. These 4 tips go a long way in discovering your son’s unique learning style and helping him find success. Learn more.

Without the higher mental skills called executive functioning (EF), children find it difficult to plan, organize, and focus. Implement these simple and effective strategies to build strong EF skills.

The Parent's Survival Guide to Boarding School

Dealing with Dyslexia? 4 Ways to Help Your Son Succeed in School

Learning with Dysgraphia: 3 Strategies to Improve Your Son’s Writing 

The Parent's Survival Guide to Boarding School Dyslexia Guide Thumbnail   Dysgraphia Guide Thumbnail
   

 What's boarding school life like? What concerns do you have for your son? Our Parent's Survival Guide to Boarding School helps you navigate your top concerns and this new way of life. 

Is your son’s dyslexia interfering with his success in and out of the classroom? Discover 4 ways you can help him achieve personal and academic success. Dysgraphia inhibits learning and creates a disengaged perspective. Discover 3 strategies to improve your son’s writing and help him take control of his education. 

Does Your Son Have NVLD? 3 Strategies to Help Your Son Find Success

Nonverbal learning disorder tips
 

Does your son excel in his academics but struggle socially? Your son may be contending with a learning difference call nonverbal learning disorder (NVDL). Help your son strengthen his nonverbal skills and positively impact his future with these 3 strategies.