Operated by the Middlesex Regional Educational Services Commission, the two-story NuView Academy, is an alternative behavioral and emotional developmental facility for students exhibiting severe symptoms of diagnosis of Depression, Attention Deficit Hyperreactivity Disorder (ADHD), Conduct Disorder, Thought or Anxiety Disorders. The facility offers quality educational programming and clinical support services through a collaborative effort with the Princeton House who provides the psychiatric and therapeutic components of the program so that students receive the tools needed to improve their self-esteem, develop individual responsibility, and evolve into productive members of society.
All daily activities associated with a typical education are conducted on the main floor, while all medical treatment is administered on the second floor. The facility includes classrooms, multi-purpose room, cafeteria, recreation areas, clinical spaces and offices with security measures incorporated into the design, i.e. card reader access, security cameras and a web-based security control system. A “green” roof operates as an outdoor learning environment/lab for the students as part of their educational curriculum as well as their individualized therapy.