Learning Resource Program
The goal of the Learning Resource Program is to provide responsive support to ensure every child is making progress and experiencing success. When students feel grounded and known, they are able to reach their potential as learners. Connecting with students as individual learners is foundational to the LRP across grade levels. We support students of all levels of learning and achievement.
What do we do?
Offer support to students who need remediation or scaffolding
Embed enrichment opportunities into our weekly and monthly program
Provide a warm, inclusive environment for students to be curious and courageous
Facilitate classroom or testing accommodations
Communicate with all stakeholders about student needs
Coordinate support from outside resources and providers
Maintain up-to-date learning profiles about each student’s strengths and areas for growth
Your child can access a world-class independent school education while being supported and known for their passions and strengths. We welcome a wide range of neurodiversity and learning styles, but are unable to provide 1:1 instructional or behavioral aides. Learn more about the Learning Resource Program.
Education & Mental Health Support for Families & Children (from the Cook Center for Human Connection)
How to Read Aloud to Support Your Dyslexic Student (from the International Dyslexia Association)
If you have questions about how your child learns or whether they might benefit from a differentiated experience, please reach out to the Director of Learning Resources.
“I am given the resources I need to reach each individual
student. Whether it is providing hands-on materials in the
classroom, bringing in LRC support, or connecting with
outside resources, the administration makes sure I have what I need to do my personal best teaching.”