Thrive Behavioral Health's Eleanor Briggs School and Community Partnership Program graduate eight high school seniors. Congratulations to Thrive's Class of 2020!
Keeping their social distance, teachers Sean Rogan and James Merola present Ethan Kowalski with his diploma.
Mike Foley, Director of Eleanor Briggs School, congratulates Ivan Toste on graduating.
Thrive’s Eleanor Briggs School has been recognized as a leader in the field of special education and children’s mental health since 1980. It was designed for children whose behavioral and emotional difficulties significantly impede their progress in public school. Located on private grounds in Warwick abutting scenic Greenwich Bay, Briggs School provides an effective alternative to residential placement for children and youth struggling with behavioral or emotional disabilities.
The Briggs School is licensed by the Rhode Island Department of Education as a Special Education Program for children, grades K-12. It is a member of RIAPSES, the Rhode Island Association for Private Special Education Schools.
Thrive also operates the Eleanor Briggs Community Partnership Program, a satellite program assisting West Warwick students.