Kathy, Farmington UT
"I've witnessed firsthand the amazing blessing this school brings to my grandson. Finally, a school that can bring true dynamic learning in a context of caring and appreciation!"
Rochelle, Saratoga Springs, UT
"BreakOut School has changed our lives and changed our family. The feeling in our home has changed. The school has built my son's self-esteem and given him something to look forward to and enjoy and be accepted."
Whitney, Pleasant Grove UT
“One month of BreakOut School did more for my son than two years of therapy.”
Break Out of Limits
Break into Real World Learning
We make education exciting for boys and girls with ADHD and/or ASD
Does Your Son or Daughter Hate School?
Everyone knows a boy or girl who hates school. Maybe its your child. Especially if she has ADHD.
Parents don’t know where to turn when their neurodiverse children struggle in constraining educational programs. BreakOut School is a non-profit private school built on the best current research tailored to the needs of neurodiverse children.
And what are those needs? Real World experiences with Real World learning. Hands on. Out in Nature. Back to the basics. The three Rs. Ideas into action. Running their own small business.
It’s not for students with oppositional behaviors, and it’s not a boot-camp.
BreakOut School empowers boys and girls with lasting friendships, social emotional skills, strong masculine role models, and opportunities to develop physical courage and strength. On top of that, students develop their own small business, and use earnings to pay their own school tuition.
When your son or daughter enrolls in BreakOut School, they will break out of a frustrating past into an exciting world of accomplishment.
At BreakOut School, we don't view ADHD and Autism as disabilities, we view them as SUPERPOWERS!
-- Dr. Dallin Richardson, Founder
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Meet The Founders
Dr. Dallin Richardson, Pharm.D.
Doctor Dallin Richardson, Pharm.D., has twenty years' experience consulting families affected by ADHD (Attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder). He has over twenty years' experience leading boys in the Boy Scouts of America organization and teaching them in his local church. He was active in the local chapter of CHADD (Children and Adults with ADHD). He has raised two children with ADHD.
Jennifer Richardson earned her bachelor's degree in Health Education with a minor in Biology. She received her teaching certificate with an elementary endorsement. She has spent the last several years substituting locally. She has also raised two children with ADHD. One of her many passions is scrapbooking.
Joan Landes CMHC
Joan is a mother of 7 children, a passionate horsewoman, and a licensed psychotherapist, who has inspired her children to have their own small businesses from a young age. She coaches couples and families who struggle with behavioral issues with each other and their kids.