More About Reboot
Featuring a college preparatory education while teaching young men healthy technology habits, Reboot provides the best solution for students to stay focused on their course work as they receive the help they need to overcome excessive electronic usage. Each week, students will receive one individual and two group therapy sessions. Therapy sessions address a variety of topics including the underlying causes behind gaming and electronic challenges such as anxiety, depression, ADHD, impulsivity, and/or social skill deficits.
In addition to therapy sessions, Reboot places a focus on areas young men with gaming and electronic overconsumption often struggle from.
Reboot focuses on teaching students:
- Social Skills
- New Hobbies
- Healthy Technology Habits
- Time Management Skills
Students in Reboot are first and foremost Grand River Academy students. While they are assigned to a specific dorm, Reboot students participate in athletics, academics, and student life just like the rest of the young men at the Academy. However, the Reboot program provides an increased level of structure for students. Young men in Reboot are required to go on trips, participate in physical activities, and engage in on-campus events each weekend.
To learn more about how Reboot and could help your son, please contact our Admission Office.