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Groves Academy Trap Team featured on Minnesota Prep Spotlight
Minnesota Prep Spotlight (Air Date: 11/3/19) featured the Groves Trap team this past Sunday night- video is at the link- The Groves portion starts at about 22:15 into the show, so drag the cursor over to 22:15 to view our segment. #GriffinPride
Groves Academy students pitch to major shoe manufacturer
A team of Groves Academy students, along with NoticeAbility's Dean Bragonier, brought their innovative shoe design to have a pitch meeting with executives at major shoe manufacturer New Balance in Boston this September.
This unique student enrichment experience is made possible thanks to the generosity of The Sanger Family Foundation.
Groves Academy Welcomes Four New Board Members
New members provide a wealth of experience in education, financial management and advocacy.
(St. Louis Park, MN), October 2019 -- Groves Academy, the leading school and learning center for students with learning disabilities and attention disorders, is excited to welcome four members to its Board of Trustees. These new members will support Groves’ mission to build confidence, success, and purpose through transformative learning experiences. Read more...
Groves Academy Receives Minnesota Promise Award
Groves Academy was recognized September 19 by the Minnesota Business Partnership with the Minnesota's Promise Award at their annual dinner. John Alexander accepted the award, which included a $50,000 gift from MBP to support our mission. We are honored to receive this distinguished award and generous gift!
Executive Search for New President
Hot off the press! Read the new Groves Academy Connections Summer 2019 Newsletter.
Due to hazardous driving conditions for both our families and our teachers, we have decided to close school today (Tuesday, January 23).
— Kim Peeples, head of school and Colin Roney, assistant head of school.
The Learning Center at Groves Academy is pleased to announce the addition of Meghan Miller, MS, CCC-SLP, as the new staff Speech-Language Pathologist. We are excited to welcome Ms. Miller to The Learning Center and look forward to her expertise in serving the needs of our students and those in the community.
Meghan has been working as a Speech-Language Pathologist since 2014. She is licensed through the Minnesota Department of Health and certified through the American Speech-Language Hearing Association (ASHA). Meghan started her career working with students with Autism Spectrum Disorders and, through that work, found an interest in literacy instruction. Meghan has experience in conducting speech/language assessments, program development focused on social skills, collaborating on push-in literacy programs with classroom teachers, and providing one-on-one and small group therapy to meet individual client’s needs.