There are only a few steps to enroll, but they are important in order for us to ensure that the Boundless experience is appropriate for your teen and family.
Once your family, your teen, and Boundless decide to enter a partnership, we are ready to proceed to enrollment. At that time, we will forward to you our registration documents and medical form. This will require a doctor’s visit to complete and must be received by us prior to beginning the program. For details on deposit and tuition payment requirements, please see the FAQs on this page.
Your family and son or daughter meet with Lisa Kelner, our Intake Coordinator, to discuss specifics around your teen’s needs (academic, social, behavioral), as well as goals and strengths. Boundless may request copies of assessments and personal references. At this meeting, your teen will have an opportunity to ask lots of questions and be encouraged to chat with us.
Boundless will request transcripts and any other pertinent school records such as IEPs from your teen’s home school in order to craft an education plan. We encourage involvement of home school guidance departments to make our partnership even more effective and to ensure a smooth transition back home following completion of Boundless.