Grove School, or a name similar, may refer to one these schools:
in the United Kingdom:
in the United States:
Grove School is a coeducational therapeutic boarding and day school located in Madison, Connecticut which serves grades six to twelve and post-graduates. Madison is a semi-suburban area, about 20 minutes from New Haven, Connecticut. Grove School was founded by John Grove.
Grove School serves students with borderline personality disorder, bipolar disorder, eating disorders, reactive attachment disorder, oppositional defiant disorder, autism spectrum disorders, major depressive disorder, obsessive compulsive disorder, Tourette syndrome, ADHD, dyslexia and other learning and emotional or behavioral disabilities.
As of 2005 there were 105 students at Grove School, just one of whom was a day student. There was about a 60:40 male-female student ratio.
The majority of the students were from Connecticut, New York, Massachusetts and New Jersey. Some other states are represented such as Illinois, Georgia, Ohio, California, Virginia, Pennsylvania, Maryland, and Delaware. Grove School has also hosted students from other countries such as Austria, Belgium and China.
Grove School is a Comprehensive High School in Market Drayton, Shropshire, England. The school has gained specialist Language College status. There are over 1000 students all of which are aged between 11-18 and of mixed gender.
Grove School is Market Drayton's only secondary school. The school boasts a wide range of facilities including large sports and playing fields, as well as modern ICT suites and a Language College.