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  • imageBusiness, Finance, & Entrepreneurship
  • imageCamps
  • imageCollege Prep Resources
  • imageCultural Arts (Theater, Music, Art, etc.)
  • imageExtracurricular Enrichment
  • imageGap Year Resources
  • imageInternship and Job Resources
  • imageNature and Outdoor Activities
  • imageSTEM (Science, Tech, Engineering, Math)
  • imageScholarship Opportunities and Resources
  • imageSports and Athletics
  • imageTest Prep Resources
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Our students have average or better intelligence but may have struggled in traditional classrooms due todyslexia or other learning disabilities and academic challenges. We provide co-ed grades 1-12 with the skills, knowledge, and tools they need to succeed. Students are assessed upon entry and placed into homeroom or advisory groupings of no more than ten students with similar learning profiles within their age range. Students at the lower and middle school attend classes with their homeroom grouping for five of the seven periods including, Language Arts, Humanities, STEAM, Fitness and Wellness, and FLEX. Listening, speaking, reading, and writing are all emphasized in each subject. Reading, writing, and the content subjects are taught with a strong emphasis on language competence, skill development, and cognitive strategy. Students are placed into smaller homogenous classes for structured literacy and math. These classes are skills based and academic performance is strongly considered. Students at the high school each have a customized schedule based on their interests, learning profiles, and their path to graduation and college acceptance. They are placed in an advisory group based on their learning profile and work with their advisor to develop and achieve individual goals. High school students take six classes plus an advisory class each year. While some students work to remediate their reading in Orton-Gillingham style literature classes, most students at the high school level are focused on learning how to self-advocate for themselves and use the accommodations and assistive technology that will allow them to learn and thrive in school and beyond.

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