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Why Center School

Center School supports and educates students in grades 1-8 with average to above-average cognitive ability who have academic challenges related to:
          • Dyslexia/SLD-R
          • Dysgraphia/SLD-W
          • Dyscalculia/SLD-M
          • ADHD
          • Auditory Processing Disorder
          • Executive Functioning Disorder
 
Emphasis is placed on understanding each child’s potential and determining his or her learning needs so that a personalized education plan can be developed. No single approach or technique is used exclusively. Each teacher utilizes as many approaches as necessary to develop the potential of each child. Most reading teachers are certified reading specialists who continue to be trained in all of the new proven research and evidence based programs. The curriculum can be adjusted to be taught at an appropriate pace for a student’s individual level of learning. Class sizes are small in order to deliver more individualized and personalized instruction.
 
Center School is unable to provide support for students who require 1:1 wraparound services and/or have a diagnosis that includes but is not limited to Emotional Disturbance (ED), Oppositional Defiance Disorder (ODD), or Intellectual Disability (ID). 
 

Complete an inquiry form or contact our Director of  Admissions, Tiffany Getz.

We look forward to beginning this journey with you and ensuring that this process is a meaningful one for you, your child, and your family.
"This school saved my granddaughter’s educational life. The school did a fantastic job of teaching her how to deal with her learning differences and enabled her to transition back to a more traditional school. The school is a hidden gem. I would strongly recommend this school to any parent or grandparent with a child with learning differences."
~ H. Family. 
"The self-advocacy skills that our son has learned at Center School will stay with him his entire life. Center School is a place where my son thrives and grows everyday."
~ O. Family.