Reboot provides a solution for young men struggling with gaming and electronic overconsumption. This nine-month program, with rolling admission, takes place throughout the school year in our all-boys private boarding school environment. Students in need of learning healthy electronic usage habits are able to get the therapy they need while attending classes in our college preparatory curriculum.
Created in conjunction with internationally recognized electronic and gaming addiction expert, author, and psychologist, Jay Berk, .Ph.D., Reboot addresses the underlying causes behind gaming and electronic issues such as anxiety and depression. Through a combination of individual, group, and family therapy, students collectively work through their electronic and gaming challenges in a supportive and welcoming community.
Reboot focuses on teaching students social skills, new hobbies, and healthy technology usage through real-life experiences at our all-boys boarding school. Students in Reboot are active members of the Grand River Academy community, participating in sports, activities, classes, and clubs with the rest of the young men who attend the Academy. The boarding school experience Reboot and Grand River Academy provide reengages students academically, emotionally, and socially while preparing them for college and lifelong success.To learn more about Reboot and Grand River Academy, contact our Admissions Office at 440-275-2811 or firstname.lastname@example.org. We look forward to helping you learn why Grand River Academy could be the right place for your son.