Amherst, NH – The Longview School, a private, adventure-based school providing education and therapeutic services to high school students on its 154-acre campus, recently recognized its 2021 graduates.
Longview director, Nicole MacVane, welcomed the graduates and their families. Former Longview director, Tom Jennings, spoke about the extraordinary accomplishments of both students during their time at Longview.
“Our goal at the Longview School is to help empower students to oversee their own success and overcome obstacles as they prepare for the next step in their life’s journey,” Jennings said. “The last year has brought on its own set of unique challenges that these graduates have had to overcome, but despite every hurdle, they’ve overcome each challenge – in the classroom and beyond – to get to this place today. We couldn’t be prouder of this accomplishment.”
The graduating class included the following students:
- Sean Banks, Derry
- Cody Shuman, Derry
The Longview School welcomes young people between the ages of 13 and 21 with emotional, behavioral or other educational challenges who have been unsuccessful in prior educational settings. Classes are capped at eight students.
To learn more about admissions at the Longview School, visit RSEC.org/Longview-School.