Cono provides families and their children a place that fosters hope and reconciliation. We offer a safe place for our students to move beyond current confusions and conflict, disruptive, aggressive and even violent behaviors, the effects of developmental trauma, a community in which every child can discover at a deep level that they belong.
Real grace in this world comes through real adults who are prepared for the work required to develop relationships with a child. We give compassion and care to children who need help with steady and joyful hands. At Cono we teach them too.
Our nurturing community and residential education provides an effective and proven answer for children who struggle emotionally, behaviorally and socially. Children who have suffered adverse experiences find transformation into self-regulated, equipped and successful young adults. Students come from many backgrounds. Many of our students have been adopted or experienced some form of family dislocation and distress or have been identified with sensory differences. Almost always they have had adverse childhood experiences or exhibit developmental trauma.
Learning Outcome Information
Our students are young people who have experienced trauma. Because of this they are struggling. Their needs are great and we use many creative strategies to address them.
We know that brains develop with lots of hard work through relationships that create a sense of safety through strong mentoring. Hearts become softer with a lot of love and uncompromising support to meet goals. Good character comes from trying hard and succeeding.
It’s all about perspective. Whether we are studying how we see colors and perceive spaces and lines in Art class or whether we are working on dramatic roles on stage, our perspective at Cono is about growing, maturing and learning through experience.
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Student Teacher Ratio
2 : 1
14% Male / 86% Female
Percentage of Student Body
Black or African American
Associations & Memberships
The Association of Boarding Schools (TABS)
Other religious school associations
Christian Schools International (CSI)
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