RECREATION AND SOCIALIZATION

ONE holistic experience


Opportunities for recreation and socialization are essential to Bancroft’s goal of creating a holistic learning and living environment.

Attached to The Bancroft School is the Enrichment and Training Center for recreation, socialization and professional development. It features a gymnasium designed for an adaptive PE program with indoor recreation options for student play and interaction.

The Activity Pool

The Activity Pool is a new and exciting component to Bancroft. The sectioned pool is designed to invite students to experience water sensation, aquatic therapy, swim instruction and water safety for up to 36 people. Programs and lessons will be offered when school is not in session, creating a valuable new resource for families in the autism and developmental disabilities community.

Vocational Training

Vocational training, community integration and socialization are key to students’ success, helping them transition to living, employment and lifestyles beyond the campus. Vocational training storefronts will allow students to interact with others, and a range of environments will challenge each student to become desensitized to community-integrated experiences.

The new campus provides a welcoming environment for students and their families to spend quality time together. Sensory gardens and playgrounds, as well as activities in the Enrichment and Training Center, will foster opportunities for interaction and engagement.

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Other new features envisioned for the campus include:


ENROLLMENT IS OPEN FOR THE BANCROFT SCHOOL.

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