Dyslexic Camps N-S
Villa Marie School
Waverly NE 68462-9511
(402) 786-3625 tel
http://www.learning2learn.com// The Center of Optimum Learning-COOL-offers a progressive, year-round instructional program for children who thrive in a personalized learning environment. Open to children aged nine to fifteen, the COOL day school offers a comprehensive curriculum individualized to meet each student’s needs. Grades 5-8th Offers tutoring http://www.learning2learn.com//tutoring
http://www.lsa-dcs.org/ Learning Skills Academy is a private, non-profit day-school located on the New Hampshire seacoast serving students in grades four through twelve. Grades 4th -12th
Tutoring center:Tutorials and small groups are available for students aged 5-21 in decoding, comprehension, spelling, writing, math, oral expression, receptive language, and visual and auditory memory strengthening. Highly trained teachers use language-based instructional methods and research-supported programs to help close skill-set gaps. http://www.lsa-dcs.org/home.asp?Page=75&Parent=2
The Summer Academy is open to students enrolled at Learning Skills Academy, as well as students interested in summer activities, tutoring, and/or potential full-time placement in our school-year day program. LSA students address the goals of their individual education plans, focusing on the maintenance of skills. Curriculum for new students is determined by individual needs. http://www.lsa-dcs.org/home.asp?Page=80&Parent=2
Rindge NH 03461
(603) 899-3325 tel
http://www.hampshirecountryschool.org/ Hampshire Country School is a small school dedicated to helping its students grow and learn through close interaction between students and faculty living together in a well-preserved rural environment. The school is particularly interested in working with students of high scholastic potential who have had difficulty thriving in larger, less personal schools. Boys school, Grades 4th throught High school Contact school regarding summer program,
Rumney NV 03266
(603) 786-3666 tel
http://www.hunterschool.org// SUMMER AT HUNTER; Our six-week summer session is a kid-friendly blend of academics and play. A portion of each week is dedicated to traditional academics and off-campus field trips. Camp activities make school & weekends fun; swimming, hiking & crafts. Call us at 603-786-2922 for more information. Grades K-8th
80 Academy Dr
Wolfeboro, NH 03894, U.S.A.
http://www.brewsteracademy.org/ In New Hampshire’s Lakes & Mountains Region, an international, one-of-a-kind, all-in-one, credit-granting school & exciting adventure camp. For more info:http://www.brewsteracademy.org/summer_programs/index.html
http://www.thecambridgeschool.org/ The Cambridge School, located in Pennington, New Jersey (Princeton area) is a unique independent, nurturing, day school for children who have been diagnosed with primary language-based learning differences. We provide a multi-sensory, whole-child approach to education in a non-clinical, nurturing, traditional school environment. Contact school regarding summer program, K-8th grade
http://craigschool.org The Craig School, established in 1980, is an independent, nonprofit school serving children who have difficulty succeeding in the traditional classroom environment. We specialize in a language-based curriculum for children of average or above average ability with such disorders as dyslexia, auditory processing and attention deficit. Has a few different summer programs for all ages, Grades 3rd -12th
http://www.lewisschool.org// Children who fall through the cracks elsewhere have been discovered at The Lewis Clinic and School to be bright, fully capable persons of ability, talent, and untapped promise. Ironically, as the neuro-scientific research of recent years has corroborated, the different environments and organization of the brain that result in dyslexia, ADD, or related, atypical styles of learning may also be responsible for the skills of three-dimensional thinking and invention apparent in the artistic, musical, creative, and athletic ability of so many of our students. Offer tutoring, contact school about summerschool, Pre- school- 12th grade
http://www.mobeard.org At Morristown-Beard School, At Morristown-Beard we believe that the School community is responsible for discovering and developing the unique individual potential of each student. We believe that a Morristown-Beard School education prepares individuals to be enlightened, morally responsible citizens of the world. Our curriculum is designed to further this mission by providing a rigorous academic program that is age appropriate and responsive to different learning styles. Offers Summer Camp, http://summer.mobeard.org/College prep school, Grades 6th- 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. Offers a lot of different summer programs, Grades Prek-8th
Fairfield NJ 07004
(973) 439-1919 tel
Banyan School is a private, non-profit, state approved elementary and middle school for students with average or above average intelligence whose academic success has been compromised by a primary learning disability. Contact school regarding summer program
Hamilton NJ 08629
(609) 584-1800 tel
The School is located in Hamilton, New Jersey and serves students with language based learning disabilities who are between the ages of 7 and 18. Students at the Newgrange School receive an individualized educational program and are given the tools they need to be academically successful. Grades 2nd-12th
Summer school: The Newgrange Schools offers an Extended School Year Program at our school campus located at 526 South Olden Avenue in Hamilton. This is a State of New Jersey approved program which will begin on July 1 and end August 12th. For additional information about the Extended School Year program, please call Bob Hegedus at 609-584-1800, ext. 227 or visit our webpage.
Tutoring center: The Newgrange Education Center is located in Princeton, NJ and serves people of all ages with language based learning disabilities. We provide tutoring, consultations, educational evaluations, teacher training and more.
Designs for Learning Differences Albuquerque, NM( 2nd-12th)
8600 Academy NE
Albuquerque, NM 87111
Contact school regarding summer program
Brush Ranch School Santa Fe, NM(8th-12th)
P.O. Box 2450
Santa Fe, NM 87504
Contact school regarding summer program
100% of Gow’s graduates graduate from college
http://www.gow.org/page.cfm?p=4 The Gow School offers a traditional Summer School Program experience for boys and girls ages 8-16. The 5-week session, offers a specially designed curriculum for students who have experienced academic difficulties or have language based learning disabilities, including dyslexia, central auditory processing disorder, ADHD and ADD. Summer Program participants can be day students or live on campus and enjoy a full schedule that includes recreational activities on weekends and afternoons.
http://www.kildonan.org/page.cfm?p=360 Dunnabeck at Kildonan, the oldest residential program of its kind, was established in 1955 to meet the needs in a camp setting of intelligent children who are underachieving or failing in their academic work because of dyslexia or language based learning disabilities.
Dunnabeck at Kildonan provides the necessary kinds of teaching to students who return from their summer of intensive work to find successes in school, often for the first time. The camp’s outdoor setting, informal atmosphere, and varied recreational program enables students to work hard without feeling that they are being deprived of a summer.
EnCompass: Resources for Learning
200 Meridian Centre Blvd., Suite 230
Rochester, NY 14618
Phone:(585) 266-7277 Fax:(585) 266-7317
EnCompass: Resources for Learning develops and provides innovative educational services to students who struggle to learn and to the families, schools and professionals that support them. These services are matched to each student’s unique learning style in order to prevent academic failure and enhance lifelong learning.
Summer Programs will also be available at our new Water Street location – Opening May 15th! To register, please contact us at (585) 266-7277 for a form.
22 West 74th Street
New York, NY 10023
The Stephen Gaynor School’s individualized approach provides each student with the educational support best suited to his or her learning style and pace. Our faculty is uniquely qualified to offer the curriculum and guidance that enable each student to become a successful and confident learner. (contact Stephen Gaynor School regarding summer school programs.
18 East 41st Street
New York, NY 10017
Toll Free: 800-323-9908
Summit Camp provides a summer camp experience for boys and girls, ages 7-17, who have issues of attention. These may include Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD and/or ADHD), Aspergers syndrome, verbal or non-verbal learning disabilities, and/or mild social or emotional concerns. Some of our campers may also have Tourrete’s syndrome, O.C.D., and /or mild mood issues. Summit Travel works with older children, ages 15-19, who have similar issues.
http://www.eblcoaching.com EBL Coaching offers individualized one-on-one home tutoring as well as intensive summer programs for students in grades preK-12 with learning disabilities and ADD/ADHD.
We specialize in multi-sensory tutoring, strategy coaches, organizational coaches, Orton-Gillingham tutoring and content area enrichment. Students develop skills in decoding, spelling, reading comprehension, math, test taking, study skills, and organization. They also develop self-confidence and motivation. EBL Coaching uses research-based techniques that are individualized according to each students needs. Offers summer programs
http://www.gershacademy.org Our six week academic summer program provides an exciting and positive experience for students with special needs. This program is designed to prevent regression during the summer months, as well as expose students to a variety of recreational summer activities. Academic instruction is provided in a classroom environment by certified special education teachers.
Camp Test, High Falls, NY U.S.A.
http://www.parentguidenews.com/Camp_M/NYUSummerProg.php The NYU Summer Program for Kids is a unique and innovative therapeutic summer day program geared specifically to meet the needs of 7-11 year old youngsters with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder.
Dobbs Ferry, NY U.S.A.
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.
www.ramapoforchildren.org/RT Our summer camp, Camp Ramapo, is consistent with Ramapo for Children’s overall mission: to serve children with a range of emotional and learning problems in a natural, outdoor environment. It provides educational and recreational experiences which promote social, emotional, physical and intellectual growth.
http://www.ramapoforchildren.org/html/scoverview Our summer camp, Camp Ramapo, is consistent with Ramapo for Children’s overall mission: to serve children with a range of emotional and learning problems in a natural, outdoor environment. It provides educational and recreational experiences which promote social, emotional, physical and intellectual growth.
http://www.maplebrookschool.org Maplebrook School is a coeducational boarding and day school for students with learning differences and/or attention deficit disorder (ADD). Founded in 1945 by parents seeking better educational opportunities for their children, the school has grown to be one of the most prominent schools of its kind. Ages 11-18, (daycare 3-5)
Fasten your seat belts; it’s time to kick into full gear with Maplebrook’s Summer Program! The adventure comes to life with ropes courses, canoeing, rock wall climbing and much more! Students explore the great outdoors through biking, hiking camping trips and various sporting events.
http://www.sterlingschool.com The Sterling School was founded in 1999 to meet the needs of Dyslexic and Language Based Learning Disabled children using research-based methodology. It was apparent that in the New York City area, there were only a handful of schools that had any sort of program for Dyslexic children and few with a specialized curriculum designed specifically for them. Contact school regarding summer program, Grades 2nd -6th
http://www.kildonan.org Since 1969, when Kurt Goldman and Diana Hanbury King founded the school, Kildonan has been a leader in the world of educating students with dyslexia. By providing daily one-to-one Orton-Gillingham tutoring and small, multi-sensory classroom instruction to boys and girls grades 2-12, we can provide the educational opportunities that have been missing in so many students’ lives. While the main focus has always been to provide the best possible academic instruction, we will continue to balance academics with programs like community service and comprehensive athletic offerings to foster self esteem. Grades 2-12
http://www.normanhoward.org The Norman Howard School (NHS) fosters the academic growth of students with learning disabilities while promoting their development as respectful, responsible, resilient citizens. The school advances the understanding of learning disabilities and serves as a resource for the community. Grade 5-12th Offers a summer program & tutoring is also available
http://www.churchillschool.com// The Churchill School is a K-12 school of approximately 400 students that educates children with learning disabilities. Our Mission is to educate children with learning disabilities in a comprehensive full-day program that, with appropriate accommodations, gives students full access to a general education curriculum. Grade K-12, Churchill Center offers tutoring services
http://winstonprep.edu Winston Prep is a co-ed day school with campuses in New York City and Norwalk, CT. We offer an individualized education for 6th through 12th grade students with learning differences such as dyslexia, nonverbal learning disabilities, expressive or receptive language disorders and attention deficit problems. Many students are confronting a variety of these challenges. Winston Prep helps each student address those challenges and learn strategies to help them succeed. Has a summer program and a tutoring center ,Grade 6th-12th
http://www.aaronschool.org// Aaron Elementary School a K-5 program for students with learning disabilities is dedicated to providing a supported educational environment based on individual student need. The school provides an enriched educational environment for children through fifth grade who are not ready for mainstream education. Grades K- 5th
Our optional six-week summer instructional program begins in early July and ends in mid-August. While the focus is on maintaining and augmenting educational and social skills learned during the academic year, the atmosphere and activities of the summer program are more relaxed and “camp-like.”
http://www.windwardny.org Welcome to Windward School, an independent, co-ed day school focused exclusively on helping students in grades 1-9 with language-based learning disabilities. Windward students are normal children of average or above average intelligence who have not been able to achieve language competency in traditional classroom settings.
Our philosophy is simple: we believe all children can succeed academically. The key to their success is language competency, which we believe is central to all aspects of academic, social, and emotional growth. Ask school regarding summer program
New York NY 10023
(212) 721-8888 tel
http://www.parksideschool.org/ The Parkside educational program is tailored to meet the particular needs of each individual student. Elementary school
Each summer, we offer a 6-week program in all of the grades that we serve during the school year. We typically enroll between 60 and 65 children, most of them from our school year program. Participation in this session helps children to retain and deepen their learning, and it provides students with an important sense of consistency, which can help to ease the strain of the transitions inherent in the passing school years.
587 Main Street
Roosevelt Island, NY 10044
www.thechildschool.org The Child School’s goal is for children to perform to their maximum potential. To realize this goal, we embrace the total child, in the belief that their self-image, motivation and ability to interact are critical to their ultimate success.
Our structured, family-like atmosphere is designed to develop each child’s self-concept, not only through an understanding of their disability, but by exploring strengths, identifying talents, and heightening self-awareness through interaction with others. (Has a summer program)
New York NY 10023
212 769 1699 tel
212 769 1698 fax
The IDEAL School of Manhattan is an independent, nonprofit school that provides a comprehensive educational program for children from Pre-K through 8th Grade. Our program is designed to address each student¹s unique academic, social, and emotional needs while reinforcing individual strengths, interests, and abilities. Differentiated, individualized instruction is based on the learning style of each child.
http://www.campspringcreek.org Camp Spring Creek, in Bakersville, North Carolina, offers 4 to 8 week summer programs for students ages 6-14 with dyslexia. We are accredited with the Academy of Orton-Gillingham Practitioners and Educators (AOGPE). Each of our camper receives daily one-on-one Orton-Gillingham instruction, guided reading, keyboarding/writing class, and study skills. Camp activities are carefully selected to build confidence in abilities and, of course, for fun. Lodging and meals are included. Space is limited so please contact us early.
Our camp is designed to empower dyslexic students to overcome their academic struggles through multisensory systematic and sequential tutorial programs to the needs of each camper. They are immersed in a structured, supportive and enjoyable environment that encourages responsibility and perseverance. Ages 6-14
http://thefletcheracademy.com The Fletcher Academy is an independent co-educational day school for students in grades 1-12 with Learning Disabilities and/or Attention Deficit Disorders (ADD/ADHD).Contact school regarding summer program, Grades 1-12th
http://www.guilfordday.org We offer students with learning differences a comprehensive educational experience in a supportive environment where they can reach their highest potential. Students learn best when actively involved in small classes taught by caring and well-trained professionals who use multisensory approaches to learning. Grades K-12th
Guilford Day School Community Programs, previously known as Unlimited Learning, Inc., has been providing educational services to individuals from the Greater Greensboro area since 1982. Programs provides programs for individuals from five years of age through adulthood who have learning differences, attention deficit disorders and other academic difficulties. Guilford Day School Community Programs also serves those needing motivational support and/or self-esteem enhancement. See Guilford Day School Community Programs for tutoring and summer programs.
http://www.greenhillsschool.ws Greenhills is a first through sixth grade independent day school for students with average to above average intelligence who have a diagnosis of Dyslexia and related disorders or a Specific Learning Disability (LD). Grades 1st -6th , Greenhills’ has a Orton-Gillingham Outreach center great for tutoring dyslexic kids. Ask school regarding summer programs.
http://www.hillcenter.org The five week Summer Program, designed for students in grades kindergarten through eighth, provides daily instruction in the areas of reading, written language, and math in a 4:1 student-teacher ratio. Students who attend the Summer Program may enroll in the regular school year program or may choose to attend the five week session only.
Student Enrichment offerings include The Hill Tutoring Connection, which provides trained tutors for students throughout the Triangle area; a five-week study skills program for middle and upper school students; as well as a variety of other enrichment opportunities including Keyboarding and SAT Preparation classes. Students do not need to be diagnosed as having a learning disability or attention deficit disorders to enroll in student enrichment classes or tutoring. Parent education programs are scheduled at regular intervals throughout the school year. The meetings include an open house for meeting teachers and additional meetings which focus on topics of particular interest to The Hill Center parent population.
The Hill Center offers a unique half-day program to students in grades K-12 with diagnosed learning disabilities or attention deficit disorders who are enrolled at either a public or private school for a portion of the day. Throughout the academic year, students who are enrolled at The Hill Center in grades K-8 have the option of attending an After School Study Hall. This program is provided until 4:30 daily for students who need a quiet, teacher-supervised environment in which to complete their homework. In addition The Hill Center offers a five-week Summer Program for students in grades K-6 that provides daily instruction in reading, written language, and math. Grades K-12
http://www.cdschool.org The Key school provides a unique and essential service to children with learning disabilities and/or attention deficit disorder by offering an alternative to traditional education. By creating a teaching environment that removes major obstacles to learning, students close the gap between their achievement and their potential.
The Tutoring Connection is a community resource through the Key Learning Center at Carolina Day School. The program provides a resource to families who have needs for specific academic and school-related support for their children. The Tutoring Connection seeks to identify interested and qualified tutors who have skills to offer these families.
Summer Quest is an enrichment program for rising pre-kindergarten through ninth-grade students. Summer Workshops are programs for rising seventh-grade through twelfth-grade students. All classes take place on the CDS campus and we welcome students from all schools!
http://www.thepiedmontschool.com The Piedmont School is a Non-Profit Organization providing a unique, essential service to children in our community with learning disabilities and/or Attention Deficit (Hyperactivity) Disorder ADHD.
The Piedmont School is an alternative to learning disability programs offered in the public schools where teachers often use a broader base of instructional techniques and work with up to 12 students in a class. By comparison, students in our Half Day Program spend three hours each day working with a teacher and no more than six other students. Teachers individualize each lesson and employ teaching techniques to match each student’s learning style. Grades 1st-8th Has summer school and tutoring services
http://www.soarnc.org// Success Oriented Achievement Realized features success-oriented, high adventure program for preteens, teens and adults with Learning Disabilities (LD) and Attention Deficit/Hyperactive Disorder (AD/HD). Emphasis is placed on developing self-confidence, social skills, problem-solving techniques, a willingness to attempt new challenges and the motivation which comes through successful goal orientation.
64 Crop Creek Rd
Zirconia, NC 28790, U.S.A.
http://www.talismancamps.com/ Talisman Programs offer summer camps and semester-length programs for young people (ages 8 to 21) who have learning disabilities.
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.fcds.org Forsyth Country Day School was established in 1970 to offer families an independent, nonsectarian, coeducational alternative for children from Jr. Pre-Kindergarten through grade 12. Forsyth is distinctive for its small size, the growing diversity of faculty and students, the high quality of its teachers and facilities, a caring and nurturing environment, and the strength of its curriculum. Jr. Pre- K- 12th Has many different summer programs
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
http://www.wesed.org The mission of Wesleyan Christian Academy is to assist in developing students spiritually, academically, socially, emotionally, and physically by providing a Christian education in a traditional, college-preparatory setting.
The new Enrichment Center specializes in small teacher-student ratios and is able to provide services to all ages of students with learning differences. The Enrichment Center is designed specifically for those students who have been diagnosed with a specific learning disability and/or an attention deficit disorder. Contact school regarding summer programs, Grades K-12th
http://www.stonemountainschool.com/ Stone Mountain boarding school for boys specializes in pre-adolescent and teen boys with learning differences or disabilities, attention deficit disorder (ADD), or attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). 6th -12th Grade, Ask school regarding summer programs
Dakota Memorial High School
Minot ND 58702
(701) 857-4211 tel
http://www.marburnacademy.org Although many students come to Marburn Academy with a “learning disability” label, we reject the concept they are “disabled” from learning. These are children of average to superior intelligence who struggle to learn reading, writing, spelling, math, and/or self-management skills if they are taught with traditional teaching methods. At Marburn Academy, twenty-five years of experience demonstrates that our students learn at high levels when their learning differences are matched by corresponding teaching differences.
Children who have struggled to achieve in school because of a learning difference require a highly effective skill remediation program, but they also deserve challenging academics and stimulating opportunities to develop their interests and talents. Marburn Academy is the only K-12 school in Central Ohio with an academic and extra-curricular program that is designed to address the full range of these unique learning and personal development needs of bright children with learning differences such as dyslexia and ADHD. Grades K-12th School has a Dyslexia Diagnostic Center at Marburn Academy. Ask school about summer program or tutoring services.
http://www.lawrenceschool.org Lawrence School is an independent, state-chartered, college preparatory, coeducational day school for bright students with learning disabilities and attention deficits in Grades from 1st -12th .
Does your child need a jump-start for the next grade, or need to fulfill a particular course requirement? Lawrence School offers Summer Programs to students in grades 1-12 who need help achieving academic excellence. A unique blend of academics, confidence building and fun is offered through Lawrence School’s Summer School programs for students entering grades 1-6. Students do not need to be enrolled in Lawrence School during the school year to take advantage of the Summer School Program. Lawrence School also offers a Learning center contact school for details.
Cincinnati OH 45208
(513) 871-6080 tel
www.springerschoolandcenter.org Springer School and Center provides a program totally dedicated to children with learning disabilities. Every adult at Springer understands learning disabilities and responds to children through that understanding. This appropriate environment permits a child to believe in and work toward his/her potential. Offers many educational summer and tutorial programs at the Springer Center.
404 Hill Crest Dr.
Ashland, OH 44805, U.S.A.
http://www.campnuhop.org/ Camp Nuhop—located in southern Ashland County, Ohio—is a residential summer camp for all children with learning disabilities (LD), attention deficit disorders(ADD and ADHD), Asperger’s Syndrome and behavior disorders. What started out as a one-week program years ago with eight counselors serving 27 children has blossomed into a camp that serves 560 children during six weeks, with a waiting list of 50. The camp has grown to 45 staff members and five directors.
Hillsboro, OR U.S.A.
Oklahoma City OK 73131
(405) 478-5476 tel
www.trinityschoolokc.org/ The mission of Trinity School is to enable students to reach their highest potential by providing the tools for success through multi-sensory curricula in a small supportive community. Has a summer school program.
Speech and Lanuage Services are available through a contract with the John Keys Speech and Hearing Center. Speech services are designed to enhance and strengthen the student’s progress within the classroom. Contact school for details.
http://www.taedisonhs.org Thomas Edison High School empowers students with learning differences to experience academic success and personal growth, while preparing them for the future.
Summer school for middle school students: Our goal is to help students with learning differences use the summer to “catch up” by providing quality instruction in the basic skills of reading, writing, and math. Students choose 2 of 3 subjects. Thematic instruction includes a field trip and lots of fun, activity-based learning. Outstanding parent reviews year after year. The Summer Program will follow the proven methods of Thomas A. Edison High School, guiding and encouraging students with special needs to reach their full potential.
We are the only private high school in Oregon specifically designed to meet the needs of students with complex learning disabilities and attention deficit disorder issues. Though it’s rare that one of our students’ only learning challenge is ADD, we have found ADD to be a significant component in a diagnosis that could also include Dyslexia, Auditory Processing Disorders, Nonverbal Learning Disorders or Visual Perception Disorders. No two students are exactly alike, so customized approaches to learning is our normal mode of operation. 9th- 12th grade
http://www.parkacademy.org Park Academy is the only private school in the greater Portland area and the state of Oregon that serves students with dyslexia and other learning differences in grades 2-12. The curriculum is developed around the research-based Slingerland Adaptation of the Orton-Gillingham approach. This structured, sequential, simultaneous, multi-sensory teaching approach is designed to help students with dyslexia and other learning differences who are struggling with reading, speaking, writing, spelling, and other fundamental academic skills. Grades 2nd-12th Offers summer programs, www.parkacademy.org/summerschool.aspx/
205 NE 50th Ave.
Portland, OR 97213
http://www.gatelyacademy.org/ Gately Academy provides a highly creative and focused school setting for students with learning disabilities or attention deficit disorders. By maintaining small class sizes and multisensory instruction Gately provides a rich learning environment. Students learn strategies and skills that increase their academic performance, learning to organize, focus and communicate more effectively. Grades 5–8. Offfers summer school : http://www.gatelyacademy.org/school/summer-programs
Camp Cheerful Achievement Centers for Children, Strongsville, OH U.S.A.
http://strongsville-ohio.net/campcheerful/content.html Located in the Cleveland Metroparks Mill Stream Run Reservation in Strongsville, Camp Cheerful provides children with a supportive environment where they can enjoy typical camp experiences. Working in collaboration with leading health care organizations, such as the local Muscular Dystrophy Association, staff at the Achievement Centers for Children create new and innovative programs to enhance outdoor experiences that emphasize abilities, foster positive self-esteem, and help children learn new skills that can be applied to their daily lives.
http://www.thecrossroadsschool.net The Crossroads School is a small, private, non-profit coeducational school for youngsters aged 5 to 15 whose learning profiles indicates average or above academic potential, but who process language differently and as a result have difficulty in conventional schools. Crossroads school is for Children with language-based learning differences such as dyslexia. Crossroads strongly believes that every person deserves the best opportunity for a superior education in a caring, supportive environment. Grades K-8th
At Crossroads, we offer a comprehensive academic and recreational program(Summer school) for children entering Kindergarten through sixth grade that will help build your child’s academic skills and boost your child’s self confidence! www.thecrossroadsschool.net/summer_at_crossroads.php
http://aimpa.org The Academy’s curriculum is modeled after the highly successful academic program created by Sally Smith of The Lab School of Washington®. For almost 40 years, The Lab School has been teaching children with learning disabilities with over 90% of its graduates going on to attend college. The Academy offers a college preparatory curriculum that challenges and supports each student. Grades 1st -12th
The Academy In Manayunk’s outstanding Tutoring Center provides highly individualized diagnostic-prescriptive teaching, tailored to meet each student’s needs ranging from teaching reading readiness skills to providing remediation in various academic areas. Assistance in learning study skills and modes of organization so students can effectively complete academic work is also provided. The Tutoring Service caters to children in grades 1-12. http://aimpa.org/academics/tutoring.shtml
http://www.benchmarkschool.org Benchmark School’s mission is to provide students who enter the School as bright, struggling readers and writers with the tools and strategies they need to become lifelong learners, strategic thinkers and problem solvers. Grades 1st -8th
The five-week Summer Language Arts Camp is designed for students ages 6 to 11 who can benefit from reading and writing instruction beyond the regular school year, as well as enjoy the fun of a recreational day-camp experience. The program combines 1–3/4 hours of Benchmark’s nationally recognized language arts program with extensive recreational activities, including a Confidence Course. http://www.benchmarkschool.org/summer_camp.html
http://www.stratfordfriends.org/ Stratford Friends School is a school for children average to above average intelligence with Learning differences. Stratford Friends School uses multisensory hands on experiential learning and teaches the Orton-Gilingham based reading program. Grades K-8th Has a summer program; http://www.stratfordfriends.org
DePaul School, Scranton, Pennsylvania(Grades 2-8th )
530 Morgan Hwy
Scranton, Pennsylvania 18508
Phone Number: 5703465855
http://www.hillsideschool.org// The Hillside School, founded in 1983, is an accredited K-6 coed day school where children with learning differences succeed. A maximum of eight students in each classroom are instructed using multisensory learning strategies in a stimulating academic environment. The school provides guidance, language therapists, assistive technology, and a Summer Academy. Grades K-6
The Hillside School has been providing a summer program for over ten years. The Summer Academy helps children bridge the gap between the end of one school year and the beginning of the next. www.hillsideschool.org/docs/summer_academy/default.aspx
www.quakerschool.org The Mission of The Quaker School at Horsham is to provide specialized programs for bright students with diverse learning styles within a small caring community that embodies the Quaker values of integrity, equality, peace, and simplicity. Our goal is to nurture, honor, and celebrate the unique strengths and inherent goodness of each individual. Within this framework, we create opportunities for personal and meaningful growth for each student every day. Grades Pre 1st -8th
The Summer Enrichment program is a five-week curriculum designed for children ages 7 through 15 with learning differences who need help in retaining and reinforcing skills in Language Arts and Mathematics during the summer. It benefits students who need a systematic learning experience with direct teaching of concepts and skills through multi-sensory techniques. Children will be taught in small groups, using strategies appropriate for their learning style. http://www.quakerschool.org/589646727143514/site/default.asp
http://www.hilltopprep.org// Serving bright students with Learning disabilities, The mission of Hill Top Preparatory School is to prepare students in grades six through twelve with diagnosed learning differences for higher education and successful futures. Approximately 95% of our students go on to either two-year or four-year programs after graduation from Hill Top Prep. College prep, Grades 6th-12th
HILL TOP SUMMER CAMP:
THREE DISTINCT PROGRAMS FOR STUDENTS ENTERING GRADES 2ND THROUGH 12TH, OPEN TO HILL TOP STUDENTS AS WELL AS STUDENTS FROM OTHER SCHOOLS. http://www.hilltopprep.org//page.cfm?p=38
450 Rt 590
Lackawaxen, PA 18435, U.S.A.
168 Duck Harbor Rd
Honesdale, PA 18431, U.S.A.
http://www.summitcamp.com/ Summit Camp provides a summer camp experience for boys and girls, ages 7-17, who have issues of attention. These may include Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD and/or ADHD), Aspergers syndrome, verbal or non-verbal learning disabilities, and/or mild social or emotional concerns.
Pittsburgh, PA U.S.A.
http://www.dvfs.org Challenged by dyslexia, ADHD, The mission of Delaware Valley Friends School is to prepare students with learning differences for future work and study. The school develops those personal strengths which enables students to succeed in its college preparatory curriculum. The school also recognizes that it has a responsibility to share its expertise with teachers and students beyond the school community. College prep, Grades 7-12
We offer a five week summer day program for students entering grades 7 through high school who need one-on-one tutorials to advance their academic skills. http://www.dvfs.org/academics/summer.aspx
http://www.vanguardschool-pa.org The Vanguard School offers a full range of academic, social, and physical support services to foster each child’s growth. Grades Prek-12th 3 summer programs are offered: http://www.summermatters.org
http://www.centerschoolpa.org/ The Center School is a nonprofit, co-educational independent day school for children ages six to fourteen who have experienced difficulties with reading and language development. The Center School curriculum is language-based, recognizing the role that language plays in academic success. Center School is a private school in PA that is dedicated to serving the needs of students with learning differences. Grades 1st -8th
Center School, in partnership with LaSalle University, offers a high interest and fun summer program for children who will benefit from reading and writing support. While Journeying On An African Safari Adventure, students will build phonics and vocabulary skills, use literature to strengthen fluency and comprehension, practice writing and research skills and develop self-confidence. http://www.centerschoolpa.org/products.asp?iCat=26&hierarchy=0
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
http://www.solebury.org Our small size, the individual attention we give our students and the deep mutual respect between faculty and students are the cornerstones of our success. Honors and AP courses, an ESL program for International students, a Learning Skills program, and a full range of arts, athletics and activities make our program distinct.
The Learning Skills Program is limited to 23 students with learning differences. A one-on-one tutorial replaces the students’ English class, and students spend at least one additional period per day in the Learning Skills building. Although students in this program receive a waiver of the foreign language requirement, they otherwise take the same college-preparatory classes everyone else takes in mathematics, science, history, and the arts. This program requires an additional fee. Grades 7th -12th
http://www.standrews-ri.org St. Andrew’s School is a small, nondenominational, boarding and day school located on a beautiful 100-acre campus serving coeducational grades 3-12. The mission of St. Andrew’s School is to reach out to those students with learning differences whose needs have not been met in public or private schools. Our student-oriented teachers are committed to identifying individual learning strengths and teaching to them. Grades 3-12, Ask school regarding summer program
http://www.wheelerschool.org The Hamilton School at Wheeler is a unique place, a “school-within-a-school” contained within The Wheeler School in Providence, RI. Founded in 1988 to serve bright elementary-grade children with language-based learning differences, the school recently celebrated its twentieth anniversary. Hamilton has a lower division for students in grades 1-5 and a middle school division for students in grades 6-8. Class size ranges from 5-11 students, depending on grade level. Preparing children for mainstream educational settings after they leave Hamilton is a primary goal of the program. Grades 1st -8th Weeler has a few different summer programs, http://www.wheelerschool.org/podium/default.aspx?t=115960
http://www.camperdown.org Camperdown Academy is a unique school, designed to meet the needs of the student with dyslexia. Individualized Orton-Gillingham instruction, multi-sensory classroom teaching, and attention to developing the talents of the child with dyslexia form our primary goals in educating our students. Grades K-12th
Camperdown tutors have extensive training and experience in the Orton-Gillingham approach. Our content teachers have each received training in the Orton-Gillingham approach resulting in a cohesive team. Therefore, as students moves through their daily class schedules, they experience consistency in the manner they are taught.http://www.camperdown.org/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=18&Itemid=25
Camp Creekside is a 4-week summer camp for students ages 6-12, staffed by Camperdown teachers as well as others from the community. The Orton-based curriculum strengthens language skills necessary for success in elementary school. Classroom and extra-curricular activities focus on oral and written language development using a hands-on, multi-sensory approach to learning. http://www.camperdown.org/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=15&Itemid=28/
http://www.tridentacademy.com Trident Academy is a coeducational independent school for K-12th grade students with learning differences to include those diagnosed with the following learning disabilities: dyslexia, dysgraphia, dyscalculia, central auditory processing disorder, non-verbal learning disabilities and ADHD/ADD. K-12th
Out reach services offered to public:
Academic Therapy – An intense, one-on-one remedial model that meets the needs of the different learner based on his/her academic strengths and needs. Lessons in reading and written language are based on a structured, sequential, systematic, multi-sensory approach for learning.
Tutoring – A one-on-one or small group session of teaching or reteaching a specific concept or review of presented material is provided. http://www.tridentacademy.com/content.asp?catID=11200
http://www.sandhillsschool.org The mission of Sandhills School is to provide a successful learning environment for students who learn differently and who benefit from evidence-based, multisensory instruction. Sandhills School is a resource to the community for information about language-based learning differences and ADD/ADHD. Sandhills School is a vibrant, independent school for bright students in the first through ninth grades. Grades 1st– 9th
Sandhills Summer Skills Camp provides a unique opportunity for students to receive individualized Orton-Gillingham instruction. http://www.sandhillsschool.org/summerschool.html
Sandhills Educational Therapy is an intensive program designed to offer remediation for students who have difficulty with reading, spelling, and writing. http://www.sandhillsschool.org/about.html
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. Grades Prek-8th, Offers many different summer programs.