Solterra Academy Specialized Day School New Britain, CT



Solterra Academy serves a diverse group of students between the ages of 5 and 21 who present with emotional, behavioral and/or learning difficulties which affect their behaviors and prevent successful education in public schools.

Student profiles are consistent with exceptionalities in one of the following state-defined categories: Emotional Disturbance, Specific Learning Disabilities, Multiple Disabilities, Autism, Intellectual Disability, Speech or Language Impaired, Traumatic Brain Injury or Other Health Impaired-Attention Deficit Disorder/Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder.



Referrals to Solterra Academy are made through the student’s Local Education Agency (LEA). LEAs may refer a student using our electronic registration form.

Solterra Academy maintains an “open door” policy. School district representatives, parent/guardians and related professionals are welcome to arrange a courtesy visit.

Referrals and requests for information or for on-site visits should be directed to the Solterra Academy Admissions Coordinators at 860-612-2300, or can be scheduled online via our appointment request form.

Developing a culture of engaged, self-disciplined, collaborative, and creative thinkers.

We want to help your family and your school district inspire students to transform low performing behaviors. Contact our team now to learn more about our positive behavior support programs.
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