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The Arrowsmith Program - ALLS
A cognitive program for students with learning disabilities
Web: ALLSinc.com
Email: arrowsmithprogram@allsinc.com
Phone: (650) 631-9999 x133
Address: 1060 Twin Dolphin Dr., Redwood City, CA 94065

The Arrowsmith Program is founded on neuroscience research and over 30 years of experience demonstrating that it is possible for students to strengthen the weak cognitive capacities underlying their learning dysfunctions through a program of specific cognitive exercises. The Arrowsmith Program identifies, intervenes and strengthens the weak cognitive capacities that affect learning, thus enabling students to become effective, confident and self-directed learners for life.

Charles Armstrong School
Elementary School

Web: www.charlesarmstrong.org
Email: dvielbaum@charlesarmstrong.org
Phone: (650) 592-7570 x264
Address: 1405 Solana Drive, Belmont, CA 94402

Charles Armstrong School serves high potential students with language-based learning differences, such as dyslexia, empowering them to thrive as learners in school and life. Our 360 Approach means that we look at every aspect of a child’s development and provide the tools and skills your child needs to not only be a successful learner, but also a successful person. Academic achievement is entwined with many other aspects of development.


Chartwell School
K-8 & College Prep Project-based High School
Phone: (831) 394-3468
Address: 2511 Numa Watson Road, Seaside CA 93955

Founded in 1983, Chartwell is an independent co-ed day school for students aged 7 to 19 diagnosed with dyslexia, ADHD or other related learning differences.  Students in grades 2–8 are taught from a research-based curriculum which emphasizes a multisensory phonemic approach to literacy. The New High School Project is a college prep program for students in grades 9 – 12 that provides project-based learning and field experiences. Both programs are fully accredited by WASC.


Eagle Hill School
Independent School
Web: www.ehs1.org
Email: gyoung@ehs1.org
Phone: (413) 477-6000
Address: P.O. Box 116, 242 Old Peterham Road, Hardwick, MA 01037

Eagle Hill School: An innovative approach to LD education in a classic New England boarding school environment where diverse learners achieve success.


Fusion Academy & Learning Center
Private School
Web: www.fusionacademy.com

Fusion Academy & Learning Center is a college-prep private school for grades 6-12 that offers the smallest class sizes: one student, one teacher. One-to-one classes allow students to set the pace of learning, which is vital for unique learners. Classes are self-paced and taught with consideration for each student’s learning style. Fusion Academy’s programs grow with your child: from once-a-week tutoring, to classes-for-credit, or full-time middle and high school.


The Gow School
School
Web: gow.org
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Email: admissions@gow.org
Phone: (716) 687-2001
Address: 2491 Emery Rd, South Wales NY 14139 

The Gow School is a college-prep boys' boarding coed day school for students, grades 7-12, with dyslexia and similar language-based learning disabilities. Gow provides the right environment and the right tools for dyslexic students to rethink the learning process and reinvent themselves, forging futures they hadn’t thought possible. 


The Kildonan School
Independent, learning differences school
Web: www.kildonan.org
Email: admissions@kildonan.org
Address: 425 Morse Hill Road, Amenia, NY 12501

Kildonan is a leading co-ed school for students with dyslexia or language based learning differences. From elementary through to grade 12 and Post Graduate, we offer daily 1:1 Orton Gillingham language tutoring and a competitive curriculum with assistive technology, athletics and the arts. Located just 2 hours north of NYC we have options for day students or 5 or 7 day boarding. Our 6 week summer program Camp Dunnabeck, for children ages 8 to 16, provides daily 1:1 language remediation with confidence building fun activities.


Landmark School
For students with language-based learning disabilities
Web: www.landmarkschool.org
Email: admission@landmarkschool.org
Phone: (978) 236-3000
Address: 429 Hale Street, Prides Crossing, MA 01965

Landmark School serves students (grades 2 – 12) with language-based learning disabilities, such as dyslexia. The cornerstone of our coeducational program, and what differentiates Landmark from others, is a daily, one-to-one tutorial. Class sizes of 6 - 8, skills-based curriculum, specially trained faculty, and a variety of methods and programs individualize each student's experience. Summer programs, robust athletics, visual and performing arts, and much more offer students a rewarding school experience just 30 miles from Boston.


Mid-Peninsula High School
High School
Web: www.mid-pen.com
Address: 1340 Willow Road Menlo Park, CA 94025

Our school's mission and program are designed to create a stimulating, nurturing and safe community for learning that recognizes unique learning styles, creates flexible academic programs, and strengthens student's relationships with their families and community, so the students are empowered to reach their academic and social potential.


Orion Academy
Non Public High School
Web: www.orionacademy.org
Email: office@orionacademy.org

Orion Academy is a one of a kind high school for students with Aspergers/NLD learning disorders.  Our WASC-accredited, college prep curriculum is designed with your student in mind.  Classes are small, with hands on technology and social skills programing woven throughout.  The custom-developed transitions curriculum focuses on multiple aspects of success in life post-high school: future academics, employment and independent living. A required internship during the summer before senior year builds excitement and experience for future careers.


The Oxford Academy
School
Web: www.oxfordacademy.net
Email: admissions@oxfordacademy.net
Phone: (860) 399-6247
Address: 1393 Boston Post Road, Westbrook, CT 06498

Oxford Academy is a boys boarding school located in CT; established in 1906 to educate young men seeking an alternative to the traditional classroom approach. In Oxford's one-to-one classroom, each student benefits from his teacher's undivided attention. Bright, talented students who are challenged by AD/HD, Executive Function weaknesses, low processing speed, and anxiety gain self-confidence, attain academic success, and are fully prepared for their future.


The Phillips Academy (A Children's Learning Center School)
Non-public School
Web: www.thephillipsacademy.org
Email: ecohen@clcalameda.com
Phone: (510) 864-3503
Address: 1910 Central Avenue , Alameda, CA 94501

The Phillips Academy (formerly CLC) is a small 6th-12th grade non-public school, serving students with special needs for over 40 years. Our highly qualified staff provides students with personalized academic instruction, social-emotional learning, vocational and transition services, speech and language therapy, occupational therapy, assistive technology, and mental health services to address the needs of the whole child. Upon completion of our program, students enroll in community college, young adult vocational programs and/or enter the work force.

Sand Hill School
Personalized learning for K-6
Web: www.sandhillschool.org
Email: info@sandhillschool.org
Phone: (650) 688-3605
Address: 650 Clark Way, Palo Alto, CA 94304

Sand Hill School provides a joyful and personalized learning environment for bright children with learning, attention and social challenges. Grades K-6, expanding to K-8. Extraordinary teachers emphasize students’ strengths and empower each child to build academic skills and resilience. Our low student to teacher ratio and integration with CHC specialists create a unique and happy environment where kids develop strong social emotional competencies and a joy for learning.
Stanbridge Academy

Stanbridge Academy

Private School
Private School
Web: www.stanbridgeacademy.org
Email: mlynch@stanbridgeacademy.org
Phone: (650) 375-5860
Address: 515 East Poplar Avenue, San Mateo, CA 94401
 
Stanbridge Academy is a private K-12 school for students with mild-to-moderate learning differences. Stanbridge provides a supportive community and a structured environment that fosters academic and social growth through standards-based curriculum, experiential learning, and social pragmatics. Students develop the abilities that will enable them to become self-advocates, lifelong learners and engaged citizens.
Stanbridge Academy is a private K-12 school for students with mild-to-moderate learning differences. Stanbridge provides a supportive community and a structured environment that fosters academic and social growth through standards-based curriculum, experiential learning, and social pragmatics. Students develop the abilities that will enable them to become self-advocates, lifelong learners and engaged citizens.
Private School
Stanbridge Academy

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