Crotched Mountain School

1 Verney Drive
Greenfield, NH 03047
Colleen Elliott, Principal
Peter C. Gow, Marketing and Outreach Coordinator
Phone: 603 547-1894
Fax: 603 547-3953

Population Served:

Autism, Developmental Delay, Intellectual Disability, Other Health Impairment, Specific Learning Disabilities, Speech-Language Impairments, Multiple Disabilities, Traumatic Brain Injury Emotional Disturbance, Neurological Disorders

School Profile:



Approved grades:

Preschool, K-12

Number of days open: 

Residential – 365, Educational – 220


Day / Residential / Summer



Location and Facilities:

In the heart of New Hampshire, on a beautiful campus overlooking the Contoocook River Valley, Crotched Mountain School hosts a unique combination of innovative day and residential special education, year-round accessible recreation, arts, music, and vocational programming supported by therapeutic supports. Crotched Mountain School, a Program of Seven Hills New Hampshire, is a nonprofit located in Greenfield, New Hampshire.

Admissions Procedures:

Please contact either Colleen Elliott or Pete Gow to start the process. Academic, medical and behavioral documents will be requested. Admissions are accepted throughout the year.

Programs and Services:

Crotched Mountain School is fully licensed by the New Hampshire Child Care Licensing Unit (CCLU) as well as the New Hampshire Department of Education. Our program provides the highest quality of clinical services including ABA, Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy, Speech Therapy, Counseling, Behavior Management, and Recreational Therapy, woven seamlessly into each student’s day.

Additional Information:

The campus is home to thousands of acres of trails, recreation areas, a farm, pool, bowling alley, and more—all of which provide an environment in which students feel safe to grow and explore.

History and Philosophy:

Our goal at Crotched Mountain School is to help students succeed in the least restrictive environment possible and we continuously work towards supporting a student in transitioning to his/her respective community. We help our students gain the skills they need to success in the community and to live a life of maximum independence.