While each student has a unique learning profile, our typical students have average to above average cognitive ability and have been diagnosed with language-based learning disabilities. All of our students require a small, specialized learning environment to meet their true potentials. Some other possible characteristics of our students:
- Deficits in one or more academic areas (reading, writing, math)
- Language disorders (expressive, receptive and/or pragmatic language)
- Attention and executive function struggles
A small number of our students have been diagnosed with non-verbal learning disabilities. Our program does not have the necessary level of support and services required for students diagnosed with autism, cognitive impairments, or emotional and behavioral disabilities.
See our definition of Learning Disabilities