Bloom360 Learning Community is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit school in southeastern Wisconsin for children with neuro-diverse needs.

Programs Overview

Bloom360 offers three distinct programs that are customized to support whole-person growth for neurodivergent individuals from age 5 through adult.

Day School – Bloom360 is a recognized private school and serves as the school of record for Learners ages 5-21. Learners can earn a high school diploma. Click here for more information.

Roots Program – Homeschoolers and adults – Learners who are homeschooled or young adults who have completed their K-12 educational requirements join the community for interest-based projects and social-emotional learning. The focus is on growing social skills and emotional resiliency. Flexible part time schedules are available. Click here for more information.

A leading child development expert on Bloom360:

“Bloom360 Learning Community is leading innovation in education by shifting the paradigm to approaches that respect each child’s body and mind. This approach is not yet integrated into traditional educational settings, even though it is supported by the rich data from relational neuroscience and human development showing that respect for individual differences and relationships should become a new standard in education across the world.”

– Dr. Mona Delahooke, PhD

Dr. Mona Delahooke, PhD, is an internationally known child psychologist, author, and winner of the IBPA Gold Medal Benjamin Franklin Award for her book, Beyond Behaviors.

The benefits of participating in a Bloom360 program include:

  • A highly skilled team of educators, occupational therapists, a social worker, music therapist and growth-oriented business professionals.
  • A unique developmental approach that looks at behavior as communication, not something to be “fixed.”
  • A small community where everyone’s individual differences are respected.
  • Sensory processing is understood, and movement opportunities are offered throughout the day.
  • Success is measured by the ability to attune to one’s needs and apply learning creatively, not through memorization and tests.