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.