Dyslexic Schools T- W
Private schools for dyslexia Tennessee – Wyoming
Currey Ingram Academy, Brentwood, TN
Currey Ingram Academy
Brentwood TN 37027
(615) 507-3242 or Toll Free 1-866-507-3242 tel
www.curreyingram.org Currey Ingram Academy provides a premier educational environment for children who learn differently or who have unique learning styles. Our key messages, “developing minds, building character and achieving success,” define what our purpose and mission have achieved since our founding in 1968. Currey Ingram Academy is a primary through twelfth grade independent college preparatory school. Currey Ingram provides an environment rich in opportunities for students who have unique learning styles. College Prep, K-12th
The Westminster School, Nashville, Tennessee
111 North Wilson Boulevard
Nashville, TN 37205
Dallas Academy, Dallas, Texas
http://www.dallas-academy.com Our Mission: Dallas Academy restores the promise of full academic enrichment to students with learning differences. Our staff establishes a meaningful connection with each student to overcome barriers to success.
Dallas Academy offers a structured multisensory program for students with diagnosed learning differences in grades 3-12.
We believe that structure and a caring, experienced staff are the main factors for success at the Academy. The classes provide a quiet, nurturing environment to students who in the past have had trouble with concentration and short attention spans. Many of these boys and girls are very frustrated and have not been successful in previous school settings. Dallas Academy strives to prepare our students for further study (80% to 90% of DA’s graduates attend 2- or 4-yr colleges) and, more importantly, a successful and satisfying life. Grades 3rd -12th
Hillier School, Dallas, Texas
http://www.hillierschool.org// The Hillier School was founded in 1968 by the Highland Park Presbyterian Church as a special ministry dedicated to teaching children with learning differences. The school provides a much needed, fully accredited program for students who demonstrate a significant discrepancy between intellectual potential and academic performance. With an emphasis on reading, writing, and spelling, an understanding and patient staff strives to raise academic achievement through multisensory, success-oriented teaching techniques and small, structured classes.Grades 1st -8th
Oak Hill Academy & The Assessment Center Dallas, Texas
http://www.oakhillacademy.org Oak Hill Academy is a private special schoolfor intelligent, talented and gifted children who are at risk, or exhibit a language and/or learning difference. At Oak Hill Academy, our specially trained teachers work with small groups of students to set individualized goals, and use a multi-sensory approach to learning. Classrooms are structured but provide a warm, nurturing environment with a average student/teacher ratio of 10:1. Grades Prek-8th
Southwest Academy Learning Center, Allen, Texas
www.southwestacademy.org Southwest Academy Learning Center is a multi-dimensional educational facility that is a private, non-profit school that specializes in learning different children aged pre-school to ninth grade. The center is also comprised of a nationally accredited Teacher Training facility that educates future and current dyslexic language arts therapists. Additionally, Southwest Academy Learning Center offers a comprehensive Evaluation Center that screens children and adults for dyslexia and ADD/ADHD.
The mission of Southwest Academy is to provide learning success to dyslexic, attention deficit disorder/attention deficit hyperactivity disorder and learning different students by encouraging participation, creativity, problem solving and enthusiasm in a stimulating, loving and emotionally safe environment. We have two goals: to teach children they are lovable and capable as well as be life long learners. Additionally, through our teacher training facility we want to teach educators and language arts therapists how to best teach children with learning differences. Grades Pre-school-9th
The Briarwood School, Houston, TX
http://www.briarwoodschool.org The Briarwood School is an independent, non-profit, co-educational day school for children with learning differences. Especially designed for children in grades K-12, the individualized educational process at Briarwood is total. We educate the mind, cultivate the spirit, and strive to enhance self-esteem through academic, physical, emotional, and social growth. Grades K-12
Crisman Preparatory School, Longview, TX
“to teach bright students to be successful
academically, socially, and emotionally!”
http://crismanschool.org We are a fully accredited, private school designed to meet the needs of students with Learning Differences and/or Attention Deficit Disorder.
At the heart of all that we do is the strong belief that all children can learn. At Crisman each student is a valued individual with unique social, emotional, and academic needs. We work to empower students to recognize their strengths, build upon those strengths and to become self advocates in the pursuit of reaching their full potential.
The Fairhill School, Dallas, TX
http://www.fairhill.org// Fairhill is a private, non-profit college preparatory school serving students in grades one through twelve. Fairhill’s primary purpose is to provide a superior education for students of average and above intelligence who have been diagnosed with a learning difference such as Dyslexia, Dysgraphia, Dyscalculia, Auditory Processing Disorder, or Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder. Grades 1-12
The Odyssey School Austin, TX
http://www.odysseyschool.com/ Odyssey School is a private, not-for-profit SACS accredited school for bright children with learning differences in 4th through High School.
Odyssey School is committed to the development of academic excellence and
self-acceptance for students with learning and attentional differences. We believe
all children can be successful in their intellectual, creative and social development.
Our goal is to help each student discover his or her individual potential for greatness. Grades 4th-12th
Great Lakes Academy, Plano, TX
http://www.greatlakesacademy.com// Great Lakes Academy, is an accredited non-profit private school located in Plano, Texas that offers K-12th grade students with average to above-average intelligence, diagnosed with various Learning Differences, Asperger’s Syndrome, ADD or AD/HD a positive school experience. Grades K-12th
Bridges Academy ,El Paso, TX
http://www.bridgesacademy.org// El Paso Bridges Academy was founded to educate children with learning differences. The school is accredited by the Texas Alliance of Accredited Private Schools for grades 1 through 9. Bridges Academy follows the guidelines of the Texas.
We have developed curriculum and teaching methods that are strategically different. Finding the best tools are based on a multi-sensory approach. The unique curricula developed at Bridges incorporates Project Read, Alphabetic Phonics, Wilson Reading, Edmark, Visualizing and Verbalizing, Saxon and Excel Math, as well as multi-sensory multiplications tables. Grades 1st -9th
Saint Timothy Academy, Plano, Texas
4550 Legacy Drive, Plano, TX 75024
The dream for Saint Timothy Academy is to create an environment in which students can learn in new ways and grow in their Christian faith. Saint Timothy Academy is a dream come true for many children and their families, as well as for the teachers and generous donors who care for children with learning differences. The school’s classroom experience reflects the redemptive nature of Christ while allowing each child to develop at their own pace.
The philosophy of Saint Timothy Academy is to offer individualized curriculum and specialized assessments, as well as pacing and grading tailored for each child based on sound educational methods and biblical training. Just as each student’s learning style is unique, the educational experience at Saint Timothy Academy is adaptive, and encourages academic development and growth for each student. Grades K-7th
Shelton School, Dallas, TX
http://www.shelton.org Shelton School now serves over 840 students with learning differences, including dyslexia and related disorders. Students with dyslexia have challenges with reading decoding, spelling and written expression. Other students with related disorders may or may not have dyslexia, but do evidence difficulty with reading comprehension, math, written expression and often have struggles with organization and attention. The school provides specific instruction/remediation for students pre-school (3 years of age) through 12th grade in a supportive and nurturing atmosphere. Drama, music, art, library and PE/athletics enhance the total school program. Preschool-12th grade
Winston School, Dallas, TX
“For Bright Students who learn differently.”
http://www.winston-school.org The Winston School admits bright students who learn differently in grades 1 through 12. Winston provides individualized programs serving children of average to superior intelligence who have a diagnosed learning difference (Learning Disability) as defined by the state of Texas, and/or Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). By following strict admission criteria to identify students we are most appropriate to serve, Winston is better able to uphold its mission as set forth by the Board. 1st-12th grade
Winston School, San Antonio, TX
http://www.winston-sa.org The Winston School San Antonio is a non-profit, tax-exempt institution. The Winston School San Antonio exists to educate children in grades kindergarten through twelve with learning differences and learning disabilities in an atmosphere that addresses their personal learning styles and promotes self-esteem, a positive attitude about learning, and optimal attainment of educational and career goals. Students will become advocates for themselves and others and will be able to make a contribution to the world in which they live. K-12 grade
Rawson-Saunders School, Austin, TX
“Academic Excellence for Dyslexic Children”
http://www.rawson-saunders.org Rawson-Saunders School emphasizes total language development within a full curriculum based on the TEKS. Primary emphasis is on students’ mastery of language and study skills. The individualized instruction begins with an emphasis on phonological awareness, and takes a structured, sequential, multisensory, phonics-based approach to reading and written language mastery. For students in grades 1 – 8.
Hill School, at Fort Worth and Grapevine, TX
http://www.hillschool.org// Hill School is designed especially for different learners.
We work with each child, transforming obstacles and weaknesses into strengths and opportunities. For the student, the outcome is not only improved academic performance, but better self-esteem, greater confidence and a renewed joy in learning.
Hill School of Fort Worth was selected as an Exemplary Schools Attuned site by the All Kinds of Minds Institute. Only 12 other schools in the United States share this distinction.
Hill School teaches students in grades 2-12 who are of average to above average intelligence and who learn differently. Learning challenges include dyslexia, dyscalculia, ADD, ADHD, auditory processing difficulties, and other learning difference. 2nd- 12thgrade
Saint Anthony School, Carrollton, Texas
http://www.thestanthonyschool.com The St. Anthony School provides children with learning differences a warm, supportive and structured environment that utilizes multi-sensory learning techniques. St. Anthony’s is open to all students from kindergarten through twelfth grade with learning differences and/or social/emotional issues.
We know at the St. Anthony School that all students have unique possibilities when skillfully taught in a nurturing and structured atmosphere; our success hinges on a committed partnership between family and school. We at St. Anthony’s become an extension of the family, striving to develop strong character and values. Grades K-12th
The Flint Academy, Arlington, TX
http://www.flintacademy.com The mission of The Flint Academy is to provide an education in the classical tradition for all students regardless of their learning needs, integrated with a Christian worldview, having the Scriptures at the center, and presented in a family oriented, nurturing environment.
To this end, we will provide an exemplary education in the classical disciplines of grammar (learn the facts of each subject), logic (learn why), and rhetoric (learn to explain it to others) in all subjects, so that each child may reach his full God-given potential and develop both the tools and the love for lifelong learning. We will be open to investigating and utilizing innovative educational ideas and the latest research in the field of education without succumbing to fads or sacrificing the classical goals of education.
Houston Learning Academy (HLA), TX
Houston Learning Academy (HLA) is a year-round, private high school serving students in grades 9 through 12. When students need a flexible, personalized approach to high school, HLA can help them graduate. Our six schools offer a full array of accredited, transferable high school courses during the day, in the evening, and throughout the summer.
HLA schools provide a safe, supportive learning environment with individualized instruction. HLA supports students as they prepare for post secondary education, college, and future careers. More than 80% of HLA graduates go on to college!
• Houston 281-537-6433
13029 Champions Dr, Ste B-1 http://north.hlahighschools.com
• Houston 713-662-0756
6108 S Rice Ave, Ste 101 http://central.hlahighschools.com
• Humble 281-852-2022
5334 Fm 1960 Rd E http://humble.hlahighschools.com
• Katy 281-693-4151
180 Applewhite Dr http://katy.hlahighschools.com
• Stafford 281-240-6060
3964 Bluebonnet Dr http://fortbend.hlahighschools.com
• Webster 281-332-2811
17926 Highway 3, Ste 103 http://clearlake.hlahighschools.com
The Monarch School
Houston TX 77055
(713) 479-0800 tel
Every student and family comes to Monarch with a set of gifts, needs, difficulties and obstacles. Traditional schooling has not proven an effective learning intervention for our students. Good people, good institutions and well-intended programs have not resulted in a successful school experience. The Monarch School accepts the challenge of crafting an environment and experience that is successful. We believe that every student has a uniquely individual style of learning. We study each student’s learning style, including their style of executive functioning, and their unique approach to organizing social, personal and cognitive tasks and functions. Our faculty is trained to develop a neurodevelopmental profile for each student, using the Schools Attuned model.
Starpoint Schools at TCU
Fort Worth TX 76129
(817) 257-7660 tel
Starpoint School is a laboratory school where the staff is committed to the ideal that all children can learn. The goal is to provide an individualized academic program which helps children learn to compensate for their learning difficulties, build on their own strengths, develop a positive attitude about schools and learning, and perform to the best of their capabilities in their next educational setting.
Carrollton TX 75006
(214) 390-1749 tel
Newfound is a school with a challenging academic focus with a social skills component as an integral part of the curriculum. We serve students in grades (PreK-12) with behavior and learning challenges. Our specialties include: High Functioning Autism, Asperger’s, PDD, Emotional and Behavioral Challenges, ADD/ADHD, and LD. Students with other needs will be considered. Newfound’s curriculum is comprehensive. We have a small student to staff ratio to insure individual attention. A learning plan based on individual strengths and weaknesses is developed for each child.
Houston TX 77043
Established in 1983, The Parish School mission is to identify, educate and empower children who have language and learning differences.The Parish School specializes in early language intervention and individualized instruction with a focus on the education of the whole child.
The Parish School is the only school in Houston, public or private, which offers a multi-age, language-based, developmental curriculum for children 18 months through fifth grade. Children served have communication and learning differences, but average to above average learning potential. These differences may include problems with speech/language, learning to read, focusing attention, visual motor areas, social skills, and auditory processing.
Arlington TX 76012
(817) 226-6222 tel
Gateway School is a private, non-profit organization dedicated to providing an appropriate education in a nurturing environment to individuals with learning disorders and/or attention deficit. It is our commitment to promote awareness and advocacy with information and resources throughout the community.
SEPS Learning Center
Salt Lake City UT 84105
(801) 467-2122 tel
The SEPS Learning Center is a private school and clinic in operation for over 30 years specializing in educational programs for traditional students as well as students whose language processing deficits, other learning difficulties, or individual learning styles are impeding their academic achievement. We create supportive, individualized academic programs in reading, writing, spelling, and mathematics to help students improve the skills that will enable them to reach their full potential.
Landmark College, South Putney, VT
http://www.landmark.edu Our programs are specially designed for a particular audience. Therefore, it is critically important to us – and to you – that we meet the same rigorous requirements as every other reputable degree-granting institution. Landmark College is fully accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges.
While many colleges offer special programs for students with learning difficulties, Landmark College is one of the only accredited colleges in the United States designed exclusively for students with dyslexia, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (AD/HD), or other specific learning disabilities.
Why does Landmark’s approach succeed? Because we take a different path. We teach the skills and strategies necessary for success in college and the workforce. Here at Landmark, you learn how to learn, and this knowledge helps you become more confident and independent.
Students at Landmark get far more personal, directed assistance than at other colleges. Each student receives individualized attention from classroom instructors — in courses tailored to meet your educational needs. We have courses for skills development, college credit, and an Associate Degree Program for individuals who have average — to superior — intellectual potential. Our experienced advisors meet frequently with you to review and guide your progress. All instructors are trained professional educators, not teaching assistants or peer tutors.
Greenwood, Putney, VT
http://www.greenwood.org Greenwood is a boarding school in Southern Vermont dedicated to taking bright and talented boys with learning differences and learning disabilities (LD) such as dyslexia, attentional difficulties (ADD / ADHD), or executive functioning deficits and empowering them with the skills and strategies necessary to bridge the gap between their outstanding promise and present abilities
The Greenwood School, founded in 1978, is a pre-preparatory boarding school for boys ages nine to fifteen have been diagnosed with: dyslexia; specific language-based learning disabilities / learning differences (LD); receptive language and/or expressive language deficits; executive functioning deficits; attentional difficulties (ADD or ADHD); disorders of written expression; dysgraphia; or speech and language needs. In fact, a combination of these learning disabilities / learning differences (LD) are often clustered together in most Greenwood students’ learning profiles. Despite their learning challenges, our students are highly intelligent and have significant talents in the arts, in woodworking, or in athletics. Ages 9-15
Pine Ridge School, Williston, VT
http://www.pineridgeschool.com The Pine Ridge School is an educational community that is committed to empowering students with dyslexia and other language based learning disabilities, to define and achieve success throughout their lives.
Pine Ridge School, founded in 1968, is a coeducational boarding school for adolescents from ages thirteen to eighteen who are experiencing academic difficulties as a result of specific language based learning disabilities. The school recognizes that the learning process of these students is different from that of their peers and that each student possesses individual learning needs. Thus, Pine Ridge defines its mission as “The Pine Ridge School is an educational community that is committed to empowering students with dyslexia and other language based learning disabilities, to define and achieve success throughout their lives.” Ages 13-18
Riverside School, Richmond, VA
http://www.riversideschool.org// Riverside School is a non-sectarian, non-profit, private coeducational day school, approved by the state of Virginia as a proprietary school. Riverside school provides a multi-sensory, structured and rational education for children with specific learning disabilities in grades 1-8.
New Community School Richmond, VA
http://www.tncs.org The New Community School provides a program of college preparation for dyslexic (specific language learning disabled) students, grades 6-12. The program includes both remediation of language skills and academic challenge appropriate for students of average to above-average intellectual potential. . The school also provides an environment that values and fosters personal growth, positive self-regard and the personal characteristics of a productive citizen. The New Community School serves as a resource to the educational community in the education of dyslexic boys and girls. Grades 6-12
Little Keswick School, Keswick, VA U.S.A.
http://www.littlekeswickschool.net/index.html Little Keswick School is a Therapeutic Boarding School, which provides a structured environment to give children with emotional and self-regulation issues, language-based and non-verbal learning disabilities, ADHD or Asperger’s and similar developmental disorders, opportunities to learn, grow, and thrive.
The LEAD Center school, Hopewell, VA
http://www.leadctr.com The LEAD Center, Ltd. (TLC) aims to provide an alternative educational setting that is designed to be creative and individualized for each student, while preparing them for life and community. At the same time, The LEAD Center, Ltd. hopes to develop a program of education that is accessible, consistent, adaptable, marketable, and reproducible anywhere. The Center is committed to offering superior special education services by utilizing our collective expertise in education, behavior management, and technology. Grades k-12th
Oakland School, Keswick, VA
http://www.oaklandschool.net Oakland School is a small co-ed boarding and day school that enables children who have dyslexia, learning disabilities, or organizational and study skills difficulties to reach their academic and personal potential. Ages 7-14
Oakwood School, Annandale, VA
http://www.oakwoodschool.com Oakwood School, founded in 1971, is a private, non-profit, co-educational day school for elementary and middle school students with mild to moderate learning differences. Our students are of average to above average potential and exhibit a discrepancy between their potential and their current level of achievement.
Some of our students may have been diagnosed with learning disabilities. Some may also have attention difficulties. Others may have dyslexia, language or visual processing deficits, or difficulty with math. All of our students find in Oakwood School a small, nurturing environment with knowledgeable, trained staff. We work hard to help each student recognize and meet his or
her potential. K or 1st-8th (6-15ys)
ChesterBrook Academy FL, IL, MD, NC, PA, NJ, SC and VA
http://www.chesterbrookacademy.com At our schools, you can trust that your child will be treated as an individual learner and encouraged to appreciate the joy of learning. We recognize that every child needs support, challenges and encouragement within a stimulating educational environment. Our teachers actively engage your child in learning within an atmosphere that is safe and nurturing.
Our elementary schools and middle schools provide a challenging and robust curriculum, innovative instruction led by dedicated, well-trained teachers, and a vibrant school community that values each individual’s contribution. Instruction is tailored to the developmental stage of each grade and to the learning styles of each child. In grades K-3, we give students a thorough foundation in the core academic skills. In grades 4-8 we build on those skills so that students learn to apply their knowledge outside the four walls of the classroom. By emphasizing core academics as well as leadership skills, interpersonal skills, and wellness, we prepare students to be confident, competent leaders in an ever-evolving world. Grades Prek-8th
The Achievement Center
Roanoke VA 24019
(540) 366-7399 tel
The Achievement Center is a day school offering a highly structured program for students with learning disabilities and attention deficit disorder. The purpose of The Achievement Center is to provide each student with individual learning experiences aimed at promoting his/her growth and development. Staff members firmly believe that each student must be offered a variety of experiences based upon his/her need and capability.
A professionally trained staff teaches the individually structured program of remediation. The method of instruction includes the sequential, multi-sensory, phonetic approach to the teaching of reading, writing, spelling, and arithmetic
Leary School of Virginia
www.learyschool.org/ VA 22312
Dartmoor Schools; BELLEVUE, ISSAQUAH PLATEAU, SEATTLE WOODINVILLE Redmond, WA
http://www.dartmoor.org We provide superior active one-to-one instruction in a safe and nurturing environment. Dartmoor understands and responds to the unique needs of each student and family. Every student has different instructional needs and learning styles and as such, it is important that there be different educational opportunities available to create optimum learning.
The Dartmoor School provides a unique educational approach that combines the best of direct instruction, specific prescriptive programming, and mastery-based learning. Each student is assessed to determine their unique instructional needs. A program is developed and administered to meet those needs. Grades 1st -12th
Hamlin Robinson School Seattle, WA
http://www.hamlinrobinson.org// The Hamlin Robinson School is an independent, non-profit, state approved 1-8 school for students with dyslexia and related language difficulties. At the core of the school is the understanding of the interdependence of the educational, social, and emotional needs of dyslexic students. These students have a common need for education, acceptance, respect, remediation,self-awareness, and self-confidence. The school is dedicated to providing a multi-sensory language approach, full academic curriculum and a positive learning environment which nurtures the whole child. Hamlin Robinson School strives to help students discover the joy of learning, build positive self-esteem, explore creative potential, and acquire specific language skills necessary for success. Grades 1st-8th
Pacific Learning Center Lynnwood, WA
http://www.plcnw.org// Pacific Learning Center serves students with or without a diagnosis who are not making progress in a traditional setting. Our program is tailored to students with learning disabilities, sensory or social integration issues, concentration and organizational difficulties, or students lacking confidence and motivation. K-12th
St. Luke, North Shoreline, WA
www.stlukeshoreline.org Established in 1957, St. Luke is an accredited Parish Catholic grade school; children of all faiths are welcome. We offer small class sizes and a strong core academic program. All teachers are Washington State certified. Serves students with dyslexia. Grades K-8th
New Horizon School, Renton, WA
www.new-horizon-school.org New Horizon School is a leader in providing a personalized learning environment essential for students with learning disabilities, attention deficits, and other learning differences. Grades K-12th
Morningside Academy, Seattle, WA
www.morningsideacademy.org Morningside Academy’s school helps both elementary and middle school students to catch up and get ahead. Its students have not previously reached their potential; many have learning disabilities or ADD/ADHD diagnoses; all have average to well above average intelligence. Morningside is not a school for children with significant emotional problems, behavioral problems, or developmental delays.Grades 1st -9th
St. Christopher Academy Seattle, WA
Seattle WA 98168
(206) 246-9751 tel
At St. Christopher Academy, we offer the learning disabled, A.D.D. and / or academically at-risk student a school established especially for these students. Our school is specifically oriented toward provision of a environment in which the student can learn at his or her own pace without without frustration. We promote the development of positive self-image in each student.
Bellevue Christian Academy, Clyde, Hill, WA
www.bellevuechristian.org We are committed to all BCS students, each with varied gifts and needs, providing an education that offers each student an opportunity to become the Christian leader God desires for them.
Individual Educational Therapy is a supplemental program established to help students with learning difficulties who have experienced frustration and/or failure in school.Grades K-12th
CHILD School, Mercer Island, WA
“Creating a world in which every child succeeds”
http://www.childrensinstitute.com CHILD School provides early intervention for children ages 3-10. Each classroom is made up of 7 to 10 students, with student to teacher ratio of no more than 5:1. In addition, a number of teaching assistants are assigned to students who need additional supervision and assistance. Each student has an individualized education program (IEP) which assures that the student will have opportunities to develop their areas of strength and receive extra help in the areas where skill development is more difficult. Grades Preschool- 8th
Life Christian School
Tacoma WA 98405
(253) 756-5300 tel
Learning Is For Everyone Program… *Where Every Child Succeeds*
The Students in the LIFE program learn in nontraditional ways. Instruction is developed around each student’s learning profile. Student progress is measured in relation to individual goals set in skill areas. Student progress is formally assessed four times a year. As goals are achieved, new ones are identified.
The L.I.F.E. Program is designed to teach children within a multi-age classroom, featuring a low student to teacher ratio. While embracing the Christian environment, learning specialists teach each child the skills he/she needs to become a successful student. Instructional methods used are based on latest research in related fields.
Kingsbury, Washington, D.C
http://www.kingsbury.org// Each year, Kingsbury serves nearly 1,000 children, adults, and families. Our teachers, psychologists, and tutors bring a wealth of training, experience, and expertise, along with a genuine passion for helping children and adults with learning difficulties. We focus on helping each individual expand his or her capacity at their pace and to achieve their individual goals for learning. We build on the students’ strengths and interests to overcome learning difficulties. K-12
The Lab School, Washington, D.C, & Baltimore
http://www.labschool.org Founded in 1967 by Sally L. Smith, The Lab School of Washington is internationally recognized for its innovative programs for children and adults with learning disabilities. The Lab School Day School offers individualized instruction to students in kindergarten through 12th grade.
The Lab School of Washington Day School exists to educate intelligent, often gifted, children with moderate to severe learning disabilities, so they can return to the mainstream as soon as possible and become productive citizens. K-12th
Walbridge School, Madison, WI
http://www.walbridgeschool.com/ Specializing in individualized teaching curriculum, Walbridge School meets the needs and interests of each student. We are able to provide individual attention by maintaining a very low student to teacher ratio of about eight students per teacher.
This program is ideal for learning disabled, dyslexic, and ADHD kids, as well as any child who has had difficulty in a traditional learning environment. We also provide supplementary services in tutoring, educational testing, and summer school for children who are currently non-affiliated students of Walbridge School.
Milwaukee WI 53215
(414) 431-1356 tel