The dePaul School for Dyslexia provides an alternative educational experience for youth, and children with learning disabilities and attention deficits. Individuals are taught in programs structured to help promote personal success through evaluation, assessment and specialized instruction. The dePaul School SummerReading Campfocuses on improving basic reading and literacy skills. Each student receives instruction in dePaul Structured Linguistics, Auditory Discrimination and Reading. As the program is designed for students struggling with reading or experiencing learning difficulties, admission screening may be required to determine eligibility. The dePaul School was founded in 1970 in Louisville, Kentucky and was locally established in 1983 to provide an educational facility for students who are recognized to have learning differences, especially dyslexia. A full-time school curriculum is provided for these students with the expressed intention of returning them as quickly as possible to the ongoing educational system - be that public, private, or parochial. We make no promises as to the rate of achievement of our students. In an environment structured to these real needs, they move as rapidly as possible. Some students have needed only a year of specialized instruction; most students have required more than that. Daily P.E. classes cover the sports listed on the Sports List plus additional excersises. Full-time program, K - grade 8. The dePaul School for Dyslexia provides an alternative educational experience for children with learning differences and attention deficits. Individuals are taught in classes structured to help promote personal success through evaluation, assessment and specialized instruction. - non-profit 501(c)(3)agency - non-denominational - fully accredited by Private School Accreditation Alliance - small class sizes - researched-based, multi-sensory, strutured linguistics program
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