Meet Representatives from Schools for Students with Learning Differences
Please check back for the Fall 2019 date.
5:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.
Hamilton Princess Hotel
76 Pitts Bay Rd
Does your child struggle in school with ADHD? Dyslexia? Dysgraphia? High-functioning Autism or Asperger's Syndrome? There are options.
No two children are alike, just like no two schools are alike. There are schools that are tailored to help students unlock their full potential. If your child has been diagnosed with a learning difference (LD) and is academically frustrated, join us at the Learn Differently School Fair this fall to discover more. Light appetizers and refreshments will be provided.
There are five specialized schools participating in this year's fair. See below to find out more information about each. If you have any further inquiries, please direct them to: email@example.com
We look forward to seeing you!
Prides Crossing, Massachusetts
Landmark is a coeducational school offering academic and summer programs for students with dyslexia and other language-based learning disabilities in grades 2-12, including a residential program for grades 9-12. The cornerstone of our program and what differentiates Landmark from others is a daily, one-to-one tutorial along with class sizes of 6–8, specially trained faculty, and a variety of methods and programs are used to individualize each student's experience. Robust athletics, visual and performing arts, community service, and much more offers Landmark students a well-rounded, enriching, and fulfilling school experience, just 30 miles from Boston.
The Vanguard School
Lake Wales, Florida
The mission of the Vanguard School is to provide an individualized program in a nurturing environment which enables our students to develop to their fullest capability: academically, socially, and personally. Vanguard School is a learning differences, co-ed, private, boarding middle and high school. Vanguard was established in 1966 and is celebrating 50 years of excellence. It serves both international and domestic students.
Eagle Hill School
Eagle Hill School is a co-educational college preparatory boarding school that provides an individualized education for students identified with language-based learning (dis)abilities including Dyslexia, Dysgraphia and ADHD (inattentive type). Eagle Hill School believes in learning diversity, not disability, discarding notions of boxes and limits and empowering students with self-knowledge, self-confidence, and self-advocacy skills. Eagle Hill helps students achieve far more than they thought possible—from high school graduation to preparing for college and a fulfilling future.
Amenia, New York
Maplebrook School is a coeducational international boarding school for students with learning differences and/or attention deficit disorder (ADD). Maplebrook is more than strong academics dedicated to the creation and the nurturing of academic, artistic and athletic skills; but also a school devoted to the growth and the guidance of the character of each of our students.
The Gow School
South Wales, New York
The Gow School is a college-prep boarding and day school for students, grades 6-12, with dyslexia and similar language-based learning disabilities. Focusing on small class sizes, 3-7 students per class, and a low 4:1 student to faculty ratio, The Gow School offers a multi-sensory approach to teaching that enables dyslexic students to thrive. The Gow community has a sense of belonging, of equality, and of connection born on common trials and shared triumph.