Monthly Archives: February 2016

2nd Quarter 2015-2016 Honor Recipients Announced

2nd Quarter 2015-2016 honor recipients

2nd Quarter 2015-2016 honor recipients

Longview School in Deerfield, NH

Honors (no grade lower than 80%):
Shawn Gaffney, Epping

The RSEC Academy

High Honors (no grade lower than 90%):
Isaiah Delage, Brookline

Honors (no grade lower than 80%):
Kelly Bullock, Nashua
Douglas Frenette, Amherst
Matthew Grimm, E. Hampstead
Adam Kalil, Bedford
Anthonee Mantia, Pelham
Hunter Marcus, Pelham
Hayden Rogers, Londonderry
Brielyn Zeliski, Rochester
Samantha Baskin, Hampstead
Joselyn D’Oleo, Nashua
Brandon Meinhardt, Hollis/Brookline
Jack Steele, Wilton

RSEC Academy Students Explore Medical Careers During Visit to Spinal Corrective Center

Spinal Corrective Center photo

As part of the school’s ongoing opportunities for students to explore different careers, students from The RSEC Academy recently visited the Spinal Corrective Center Chiropractic and Vitality Studio (SCC) in Amherst. Dr. Jenny Bruck, SCC’s owner and Doctor of Chiropractic, gave an informative guided tour into the benefits of chiropractic services and how joint adjustments provide whole health wellness.

During the tour of her facility, Dr. Bruck showed students how she typically conducts initial consultations and the instruments she uses to see and determine areas of need for adjustments. Students got a firsthand look at the patient experience and were invited to step on a whole-body scale so Dr. Bruck could determine problematic posture areas and possible areas of joint strain.

The RSEC Academy helps high school students overcome learning challenges in a supportive environment, so they become independent learners with strong literacy skills. In addition to an individualized curriculum, students gain an understanding of their learning challenges and the communication skills they need to confidently and successfully return to their school district, post-secondary education, or work setting.

In addition to touring Dr. Bruck’s practice, students observed her positivity, willingness, and drive to help others, which are values at the forefront of her practice, and important aspects of The RSEC Academy’s approach to education.

The RSEC Academy and its students would like to thank Dr. Bruck and her practice for providing insights about wellness and healthcare as a potential future career path. Partnerships such as this experiential learning opportunities for students and helps connect classroom concepts to real-world applications.

To learn more about The RSEC Academy and the many unique services it offers students, visit or call Janet Reed, director, at 603-673-6656.

For more information about SCC, please visit