Tuesday, March 24, 2015

List of Word buttons for All Schools for Dyslexic Children in California

California Dyslexia Schools

Charles Armstrong School, Belmont, CA

http://www.charlesarmstrong.org/ Charles Armstrong School serves students with language-based learning differences, such as dyslexia, by providing an appropriate educational experience which enables the students to acquire language skills, while instilling a joy of learning, enhancing self-worth, and allowing each student the right to identify, understand and fulfill personal potential. 1st-8th grade

Park Century School, Culver City, CA

http://www.parkcenturyschool.org Founded in 1968, Park Century School is a non-profit independent co-educational day school designed to meet the specific educational needs of bright children, ages 7 – 14 years, who have learning disabilities. Ages 7 – 14 years

Turning Point School, Culver City, CA

http://turningpointschool.org/ Grades 1-8. A Private, Non Profit School Providing Education For Those With Specific Learning Disabilities, Dyslexia. The students at Turning Point School have average to above intelligence, and come from a variety of backgrounds. At the Turning Point School, students are instructed using the Slingerland Adaptation of the Orton-Gillingham Multisensory approach to Language Arts. Grades 1-8

Hope Academy Concord CA

http://www.hopeacademyconcord.org To provide for students who have dyslexia a learning environment that sparks academic success while uncovering and developing each student’s talents and strengths
Hope Academy for Dyslexics was founded in order to help students reach their potential. We offer research based curriculum that sparks academic success. We are also passionate about helping dyslexic students uncover their talents andstrengths. We are necessary and need to avail our campus to every child who needs it. Our aim is to foster an environment where creativity, imagination, and critical thinking is highly valued and central to the success of our school . Grades 1st-6th

Winston School, Del Mar, California

http://www.thewinstonschool.com/  Unlike many independent schools in California, Winston’s unique program for grades 5-12 allows for challenging academic work to be undertaken with the help of counselors, speech and language therapists and occupational therapists who work seamlessly with classroom teachers to ensure a successful elementary, middle and high school experience. Academic classes emphasize skill building and readily available technology helps accommodate diverse learning styles. Grades 5-12

Westmark School, Encino(LA area), CA

http://www.westmarkschool.org/  Westmark School has provided students throughout the Los Angeles area an exceptional educational program designed for their specific needs.  With one of the finest faculties available on the West Coast for children with learning differences, our teachers are highly educated and equally dedicated.With students ranging from diagnosed dyslexia and AD/HD, to extreme reading, writing, comprehension, and mathematical organizational difficulties, our students discover how they learn best and become advocates for themselves during their years at Westmark. Entering with average to above average intellects, our academic goals are elevated and continually reevaluated for each child.Westmark provides a multi-sensory, whole-child approach to education in a nurturing and traditional school environment. Grades 4-12th

Stellar Academy for Dyslexics, Newark, CA

www.stellaracademy.org  Stellar Academy began in 1988 to serve the needs of children with dyslexia using the Slinger land® approach. A sequential, simultaneous multi-sensory approach to language arts instruction, Slinger land®, enables students to increase their self-esteem through academic success. The essence of the Slinger land® approach guides instruction throughout all other content areas.
Stellar Academy is a private, co-educational, nonprofit elementary school grades 1-8. The alternative instruction provided at Stellar meets the needs of children who suffer with symptoms of dyslexia. This specialized instruction is the Slingerland® approach. Grades 1-8

Bayhill High School, Oakland , CA

http://www.bayhillhs.org/ Bayhill High School, the only WASC-accredited, nonpublic certified high school for students with learning differences in the San Francisco East Bay, welcomes you!
The mission of Bayhill High School is to educate students with language-based learning differences, focusing on their individual learning needs, with the goal of maximizing their inherent abilities and their potential to achieve success.

Raskob Day School Oakland, CA

http://www.raskobinstitute.org/ Raskob Day School is a co-educational school for students from diverse cultural and economic backgrounds with language-based learning disabilities. The Raskob Day School is appropriate for students who have average to above average academic potential, but are underachieving at their current schools. Raskob seeks to recognize and nurture the talents and strengths of each student while remediating areas of academic weakness through individualized curriculums and multi-sensory teaching approaches. Raskob’s safe and nurturing environment fosters the academic and social growth of each child. By participating in Raskob’s program, students experience success and recognize themselves as learners. Grades 3-8

Sonrisa School, Orange County, CA

http://www.sonrisaschool.org/ Founded in 2000, Sonrisa School is a small independent school serving Orange County, CA. At Sonrisa, we use a rich, multi-disciplinary approach to education. Our curriculum is designed to enrich child’s emotional, intellectual, and social aptitude. We provide instruction through child’s specific learning modality (linguistic, visual, spatial, kinesthetic, mathematical, interpersonal, and intra-personal). We utilize tried and tested reading programs. Grades 1st -7th

The Frostig School, Pasadena, CA

http://frostig.org/ The Frostig School at the Marianne Frostig Center of Educational Therapy was established in 1951 by Marianne Frostig. It is one of the few programs in the Los Angeles area that is designed exclusively for children with learning disabilities who do not have serious emotional disturbances. We offer a full range of academic and support services on site and serve students from 1st-12th grade.

Athena Academy ,Palo Alto , CA

525 San Antonio Avenue,
Palo Alto, CA 94306
http://www.athenaacademy.org/ Athena Academy is a nonprofit, private elementary school devoted to teaching students with the gift of dyslexia.  We serve bright students with dyslexia who are otherwise capable learners.
Athena Academy will be accepting students with dyslexia and some concurrent ADHD, but not other learning disabilities. Special education schools often mix bright, dyslexic students with other students having more complicated learning disabilities, resulting in a learning atmosphere which is often disruptive and chaotic.  Dyslexia is its own category, and a large fraction of students have uncomplicated dyslexia who would benefit from an environment more closely tailored to their specific needs.

Stanbridge Academy, San Mateo, CA

http://www.stanbridgeacademy.org/ Stanbridge Academy is dedicated to providing students with small, structured classes, individualized instruction, and curriculum designed to capitalize on students’ strengths and address their academic and social challenges. Our unique experiential program utilizes off-campus activities to enhance and complement classroom learning and promotes student personal gowth.
Stanbridge students have been diagnosed with a mild to moderate learning difference, such as Dyslexia, ADD/ADHD, Asperger Syndrome, and other learning challenges. Grades K-12th

Summit View School, Valley Glen & LA, CA

http://www.summitview.org Summit View School offers comprehensive elementary, middle and secondary school programs for students with learning differences. An innovative and integrated curriculum, coupled with small class size and high teacher to student ratio, enables students to experience academic success. Grades k or 1st-12th

Balboa City School, SD, CA

http://balboaschool.com/ At Balboa City School our small, structured classes and emphasis on very high response rates ensure that each child is challenged but not overwhelmed. Our curriculum is based on the California Framework, and our school culture and highly qualified staff provide a welcoming structure for students.  K-12

Banyan Tree Foundations Academy, San Diego, CA

http://www.banyantlc.com/ For bright students with averge to above average intelligence with Learning differences. Grades 1st -6th

Sterne School San Francisco, CA

http://www.sterneschool.org/ We are a small, nurturing environment for middle and high school students with mild to moderate learning differences. Our aim is to remove the pressure and fast pace our students often find in traditional schools so that students can transition from frustration to learning discovery. 6-12th grade

Pine Hill School, San Jose CA

San Jose CA 95124
(408) 979-8210 tel
http://www.pinehillschool.com/ At Pine Hill School, for example, both individual and group counseling are provided to support students while they learn.
“The Newton Program” is a very successful program we developed to help children with Asperger’s Disorder . This specialized program is a complete educational and therapeutic school for children with average or above-average intelligence who need extra help developing social skills.

Prentice School, Tustin CA,

http://www.prentice.org/ An extremely effective approach IS available for students who struggle in the traditional classroom. Prentice combines specialized instruction, individualized yet challenging curriculum, a full compliment of enrichment opportunities at our beautiful 6+ acre facility, taught by our caring staff to create a nurturing learning environment for bright, creative students. After serving Orange County for 22 years, Prentice continues to be the only school of its kind to provide the finest standards and research based solution for bright students pre-k through 8th grade who learn differently. prek-8th grade

Star Academy, San Rafael CA

San Rafael CA 94903
(415) 456-8727 tel
Star Academy provides an intensive, individualized educational program for students with learning differences, ages 7-18. We believe Star Academy offers one of the most comprehensive, multi-sensory, hands-on Bay Area special education programs. We incorporate proven-effective teaching methods throughout the curriculum.

Chartwell School, Seaside, CA

http://www.chartwell.org/  The mission of Chartwell School, therefore, is to educate children with a wide range of language-related visual and auditory learning challenges in a way that provides them with the learning skills and self-esteem necessary to return successfully to mainstream education. Chartwell also helps individuals with specific learning challenges access their full potential by providing leading-edge education, research and community outreach.

Big Springs Educational Therapy Center & School

Temecula, CA  92507
(909) 787-0408 tel
http://bigspringscenterandschool.org/ Big Springs School’s goal is to provide their students “tools” to learn efficiently which will enable students to successfully return to mainstream education at their appropriate grade level.

Valley Oaks School Berkeley, Turlock, CA

2230 N. Berkeley
Turlock, CA 95380
209-667-9205 (fax)
http://www.aspiranet.org/education/valleyoaks.aspx/ Aspiranet’s Valley Oaks School is a certified non-public school designed to educate students who are struggling with emotional issues and/or learning disabilities. All students are placed at the school through the IEP process. Valley Oaks School offers a special emphasis on students mastering social skills and improving interactions with peers and adults. The eventual outcome for the students is to return to a public school setting at their developmental grade level and possess the skills to learn and excel with their peers.

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