Category: LD/Learning Disability Support
K – 12th Grade, A private academic track Montessori school with an ambitious curriculum and a family-centered approach. In addition to typically developing children, we also serve children with special educational needs. Chrysalis School is a very different sort of school because our expertise is broad and our interest is not in a particular type of child but in refining a process that solves instructional problems for all children and their teachers.
Every person has their own strengths and weaknesses. At EtB we strive to see the students’ strengths so that they can overcome their weaker areas. Each student receives a tailored, personalized program that utilizes their strengths to reach their areas of need. We aim to build confidence, trust, and understanding so that students learn how to learn.
We conduct individual standardized psychoeducational evaluations for a variety of purposes, including Gifted, Learning Disabilities, Autism Spectrum Disorder, and Intellectual Disabilities.
Inspire Learning Academy provides a transitional process for students to grow from elementary to middle school and beyond. They offer a hybrid program where students can learn in school or while using our virtual program. Students can choose a typical and special needs diploma track. Students take electives in Band, Art, Martial Arts and Photography.
We are a non-profit, non-taxable corporation established by parents and professional educators who share a common goal of quality Christian education for children. We utilize various curricular elements and augment with sports, music, physical education, computers, health education and enrichment activities.
Non-profit, tuition-free, public charter schools serving students with learning and
learning-related disabilities in 3rd-12th grade, as well as offer a transitional job training
program for young adults ages 18 to 22-years-old. Our mission is to empower students
with learning disabilities to maximize their potential in a positive therapeutic educational
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