Dyslexic Camps I- M
Bonners Ferry ID 83805
(800) 858-1933 tel
www.bouldercreekacademy.net At Boulder Creek Academy special care is taken to integrate students into the college preparatory academic program in a manner that ensures their success. The academic curriculum is designed to support students who need assistance in developing successful academic habits. Boulder Creek Academy students have a history of emotional and learning struggles, and seek to be accepted.These 14-18 year-olds are bright and creative, but learning differences and behavioral or emotional problems have hindered their academic performance. Has many different summer programs. Grades 9-12th
http://www.coveschool.org The Cove School provides high individualized education and life strategies for children with learning disabilities.
The six-week summer session at The Cove School fulfills a variety of different needs. Whatever the reason, The Cove School meets the individual needs of each student through a schedule tailored to them. Grades K – 12
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. Has a summer programs, Grades Prek-8th
http://www.acaciaacademy.com We, the Administration and Staff of Acacia Academy, perceive our mission as one of offering personalized and exceptional educational instruction of the highest quality to each individual student in the development of his/her intellectual and academic potential. The student’s instruction, classes, programs, and activities reflect the specific talents of each student’s unique learning styles and intellectual capabilities. Has a summer tutoring for the Achievement Center
http://www.summitinc.org Summit School Inc. specializes in teaching children by maximizing individual potential.
Extended School Year for the Learning Disabilities and CREST programs is a full-day program for 24 days. The program begins with the last two weeks in June, breaks for the week of Independence Day and resumes for three weeks in July. Grades Preschool-12th
Community Unit High School
4436 Main St.
Downers Grove, IL 60516
2511 E 46th St
Indianapolis, IN 46205
http://diin.org/camp_delafield Dyslexia Institute of Indiana offers, Camp Delafield. Camp Delafield.’s approach is to teach the “whole child” – academics, self esteem, social skills and motivation. Campers return to school with a more positive outlook and renewed dedication to their studies.
Lexington, IN U.S.A.
http://www.englishtonpark.org/ PURPOSE: (1) to improve academic skills; (2) to change attitudes toward learning; (3) to modify behavior interfering with learning in the classroom; (4) to have the child experience success in school-type activities.
http://www.worthmoreacademy.org Worthmore is a place where children with learning differences may come and receive individualized instruction to help remediate his or her learning differences. Worthmore’s goal is to help each child return to a traditional academic setting within one to two years. This summer Worthmore will be offering several different programs for the kids. Grades K-12th
1. Full-time summer school tutoring program: 8:00-12:00, M-F, for the six weeks Reading, Writing and Math
2. Summer Camp – Tues. & Thurs., 12.00-3:30.
3. Piano Lessons – Mondays, 9:00-11:00.
http://www.pinnacleschool.org/ Pinnacle School is an independent, nonprofit school that serves students in grades K-12. Our program is based on proven approaches in education. Students participate in a motivating curriculum with excellent teachers to develop both the tools to learn and confidence in their own abilities. Class sizes are limited to twelve students.
Our students are bright and learn best by doing, listening, and thinking. We specialize in teaching students with dyslexia, dysgraphia, and similar information processing differences. Some students enroll because of challenges with reading, writing, and spelling; others may have experienced difficulties with comprehension, math, organizing information, or following sequences of directions. Has Summer Academy and tutoring, Grades K-12
https://www.supercamp.com/ Welcome to SuperCamp! If you are looking at teen summer camps that provide fun and enrichment for your teen, then SuperCamp is for you. SuperCamp is a dynamic and engaging summer teen program providing learning and life skills that help teens at school and in their everyday lives.
http://www.horizon-academy.com Welcome to Horizon Academy, a specialized program to educate students with learning disabilities. Horizon Academy’s goal is to help students with basic skills and to learn strategies so that they can successfully return to a traditional school. The student body is coeducational and serving students from first grade through high school. Has a summer program and tutoring, Grades 1st-12th
http://www.depaulschool.org Plenty of very smart people have to deal with dyslexia or other learning differences. Summer Program (Grades 1-8)
The de Paul School Summer Program provides small group academic instruction and a variety of “camp” activities for students in grades 1-8. The morning portion of the program, which is held from 9 AM to Noon, focuses on improving basic academic skills in Language Arts, Mathematics, and Reading/Literature. The afternoon “camp” classes will feature enrichment in exciting courses of study such as science camp, musical arts, computer graphics, performing arts, visual arts, and physical fitness. This is a six-week program, beginning in mid-June. Grades 1st -8th
http://www.sheddacademy.org The Shedd Academy is nationally known for its quality of instruction with students demonstrating dyslexia, reading disabilities, language learning disabilities, attention deficit disorders, and related learning difficulties. It is a coed school and works with students, and emphasizes multisensory structured language education skills. Grades 1st – 12th
The Summer school provides 3 -5 daily classes taught on an individualized (1-1) basis.
Tutoring: Students are given one-to-one tutoring using the highly structured APSL (Alphabetic-Phonetic-Structural-Linguistic) method of instruction developed by the late Dr. Charles L. Shedd and updated by Dr. Paul L. Thompson.
http://www.thebrightonschool.org The Brighton School is an independent, non-profit K-12 school dedicated to the teaching of bright and talented students with dyslexia and/or other related learning differences. Grades K-12
Bridges to Success is a four week summer enrichment program for children in grades K – 6th. The program covers phonics and math with heavy emphasis on multisensory activities.
The dePaul School (Grades: 2-8)
131 Rosary Street
Houma, LA 70363
Lancaster Academy Of Depaul
1040 Calhoun Street
New Orleans, LA 70118
South Portland ME 04106-6614
(207) 773-7323 tel
www.aucociscoschool.org Aucocisco School is both a state-certified special-purpose day school, and an after-school learning center that provides students who learn differently with an opportunity to participate in a quality remedial and compensatory education in a caring learning environment, specifically designed to meet their individual learning needs. Our students are school-age boys and girls, with average to gifted potential, who have difficulty learning in traditional educational settings. Offers tutoring and summer programs
http://www.highlandsschool.net// The Highlands School exists to identify and serve children who have the potential for average or above average achievement, ages five (5) and older (grades K-8) who are struggling to learn by conventional methods and who manifest difficulties in one or more areas of skill development. Contact school regarding summer programs. Grades K-8
http://www.thesienaschool.org/ The Siena School will offer a rich educational program for bright, college-bound students who are challenged by language-based learning differences, such as dyslexia. Grade 4th -12th by fall 2009
Siena’s summer program provides students with a positive instructional experience that works on review, reinforcement and enhancement of academic skills. Small classes and a nurturing environment provide fun and creative learning opportunities in reading, writing, and math skills and concepts. Art is also provided on a daily basis.
http://www.chelseaschool.edu From the very beginning, the focus was on providing a skill-based curriculum to students organized in small homogenous groups based on reading level. (5th or younger- not sure)5th -12th grade
Chelsea School Extended School Year (ESY- summer school) program is designed to provide students with remediation in:
• Math skills
http://www.jemicyschool.org// The Jemicy School empowers students with dyslexia / language-based learning differences to realize their intellectual and social potential through a proven, multisensory curriculum. Grades 1-12th
Camp Jemicy is a co-educational day camp open to elementary students (ages 6 – 11) that combines intensive educational remediation and tutoring with traditional summer camp activities. Five days each week, children receive language and math tutoring based on the tenets of Orton-Gillingham. Individualized programs complement each student’s learning style and address his academic needs. Traditional camp activities enhance skills and build self-confidence as campers hike, swim, create science projects, engage in cooperative games, go on field trips, camp out, and enjoy art and drama activities
http://www.theodysseyschool.org// The Odyssey School exists to provide a high quality education in a lower and middle school setting for children with above average to exceptional higher level thinking skills who have been diagnosed with dyslexia or other language-related learning differences. Offers summer program, Grades K-8th
http://www.thesummitschool.org// The Summit School is committed to providing a mainstream academic program that challenges intelligent young minds while addressing learning differences* in a supportive, creative, and innovative environment. Ask school regarding summer program, Grades 1st -8th
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. Has a summer school and tutoring program. K-12th
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. Has many different summer programs. Grades Prek-8th
154 S Mountain Rd
Northfield, MA 01360, U.S.A.
http://www.lindenhs.org Linden Hill School, established in 1961 and located in Northfield, MA, is the country’s oldest junior boarding school for boys with language-based learning differences.
The Linden Hill Summer Program provides a balance of academic work and traditional camp experiences. Support and remediation is offered through a multi-sensory approach to language training based in the renowned and clinically-proven Orton-Gillingham method. Honesty, integrity and pride in their success are goals for each of our participantsThe Linden Hill Summer Program provides a balance of academic work and traditional camp experiences. Support and remediation is offered through a multi-sensory approach to language training based in the renowned and clinically-proven Orton-Gillingham method. Honesty, integrity and pride in their success are goals for each of our participants. Ages 9 -16, boys
http://ehs1.org Eagle Hill School educates students with learning (dis)abilities by providing an intimate and encouraging community that honors the individual, values learning diversity, and fosters personal and social growth.
From early July through early August, Eagle Hill runs a five-week session for students ages 10-18 who have been diagnosed with specific learning (dis)abilities and/or Attention Deficit Disorder. Consistent with our mission, the Eagle Hill summer session provides academic enrichment and skill development for students interested in addressing specific academic and social skills needs or maintaining progress achieved over the preceding academic year. Grades 8-12th.
http://www.landmarkschool.org Landmark provides a safe and positive academic environment with programs structured to support students with dyslexia and help them acquire and improve their academic and social skills. We carefully assess each student and design individually tailored programs to address the student’s strengths and weaknesses. 92% of Landmark graduates attend college.
Summer school program: Whether your student wants to gain a jumpstart on the next grade year, or supplement learning gaps, summers at Landmark offer a chance to learn, relax, and have fun in a supportive environment. College Prep, Grades 2nd -12th
Sudbury MA 01776
(978) 443-2581 tel
Willow Hill School provides a supportive and individualized educational program for middle and high school students who are capable of advancing along a strong academic curriculum but have experienced frustration in earlier school settings.
Arlington MA 02174
http://www.dearbornacademy.org Dearborn Academy Summer Program serves children and adolescents ages 5-16 with emotional, behavioral and learning difficulties. The program is designed to afford students an enriching and exciting summer experience and to prevent regression of skills they have learned during the academic year.
http://www.etonacademy.org/ Discover the enrichment day camp for children who learn differently. Eton Academy, our primary focus is to help students who learn differently achieve their full potential for academic excellence. We build confident learners, one child at a time. For children ages 6-12
http://www.leelanau.org “I believe I have found the PERFECT program for any high school child with ADHD, dyslexia, dysgraphia or dyscalculia. The Leelanau School and Dr. Edward “Ned” Hallowell.
The Leelanau School is the experience-based, five-senses learning community where students in grades 9 through 12 live and discover together on Lake Michigan’s wooded shore. Offers many summer programs, College prep, Grades 9-12th
Ann Arbor MI 48104
(734) 747-6641 tel
Tutoring: Ann Arbor Academy offers tutoring in math and reading as well as in other core curricula and electives. All tutoring services are open to students from the Academy and to students from other schools and programs.
Summer Camp: Children with learning challenges often fall behind in reading and math skills during the summer. We provide enrichment and support in order to retain and improve on these crucial skills so that students are ready to retun to school in August.
http://www.grovesacademy.org/ Students who don’t attend Groves Academy full-time can still benefit from the expertise of Groves teachers and staff. Services for students include diagnostic assessments, individual tutoring, summer school, and post-secondary planning support. Grades 1-12
New Dominion Academy
Austin MN 55912
(507) 433-1843 tel
SUMMER ROUND UP, Students have a blast at Oak Hill School in July! Summer Round Up is a two-week program open to Oak Hill students and the community. Oak Hill School faculty and staff lead a wide selection of fun classes on campus. To view the 2008 catalog to see classes offered.
OAK HILL DAY CAMP:
Oak Hill Day Camp has been serving Nashville and surrounding communities since 1952. As an American Camp Association accredited camp, we are able to offer a safe, fun, and quality program in a Christian environment. With camps for children ages 4 years to rising 6th grade, Oak Hill Day Camp is an ideal place for children during the summer weeks.
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 offers a school, tutoring, summer school and much more.
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.
Summer School at Churchill can provide a much-needed boost to the LD student who intends to remain in a traditional school environment. For the incoming Churchill day school student, summer school is a great way to make friends while getting acclimated to new learning styles.
St. Louis MO 63119-1512
(314) 962-6059 tel
The Miriam School Summer Program is designed specifically for children with learning disabilities, speech/language problems and/or attention deficits. This program is offered to former and current students, as well as children in the community who qualify.Private, on-site tutoring and speech/language and/or occupational therapy can be arranged separately through the Miriam Learning Center for an additional fee.
Bonners Ferry ID 83805
(800) 858-1933 tel
At Boulder Creek Academy special care is taken to integrate students into the college preparatory academic program in a manner that ensures their success. The academic curriculum is designed to support students who need assistance in developing successful academic habits. Boulder Creek Academy students have a history of emotional and learning struggles, and seek to be accepted.These 14-18 year-olds are bright and creative, but learning differences and behavioral or emotional problems have hindered their academic performance. Has many different summer programs Grades 9-12th