Missouri Dyslexia Schools
http://www.churchillstl.org Each year, thousands of American children of average and above-average intelligence fail to learn to read, write and spell. Many of these high-potential children are diagnosed as having a specific learning disability. This disability occurs despite conventional instruction, a culturally adequate home, proper motivation, and normal hearing and vision.
Churchill Center & School is a private, not-for-profit, coeducational day school in St. Louis, Missouri. Our intense remedial program is structured to help the child return to a traditional classroom in as short a time as possible. Children typically attend Churchill for about three years.
http://metroschool.org Metropolitan School was founded on the belief that all children can and will succeed in school when an appropriate educational environment is provided. This basic premise remains the underlying tenet upon which all programming and services are structured. The School is dedicated to providing a highly individualized educational experience for middle and senior high school students whose potential has not been recognized and/or meaningfully challenged in traditional school settings. Grades 5-12
St. Louis MO 63119-1512
(314) 962-6059 tel
an innovative educational institution that educates children Pre-K through 8th grade with multiple learning disabilities, attention deficits, speech/language, sensory and/or fine/gross motor delays. Our students thrive and meet their full academic and social potential through an integrated special education approach of small class size, occupational and speech/language therapy support. New diagnostic tools, new therapies and innovative strategies for teaching children with multiple learning disabilities are constantly developed, and the educators at the Miriam School are leaders in cutting edge techniques for teaching children. The Miriam School is a model for other learning environments and a teaching center for emerging professionals in the field of learning disabilities.
The mission of the Miriam School is to encourage children with multiple learning disabilities to recognize and successfully meet their potential.