What are learning differences?

Trinity School’s proven academic programs support K-12 students with diagnosed learning differences. A learning difference often manifests as a student’s inability to learn, concentrate and participate in traditional classroom settings.   Trinity’s specialized social and academic curricula serves students with a wide variety of learning differences, ranging from anxiety, ADD and ADHD, to clinically diagnosed learning disabilities including dyslexia, dysgraphia and autism spectrum disorder.

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Students entering Trinity School must have a diagnosed learning difference and most receive an “Individualized Education Program” (IEP) after a diagnosis of a learning disability or difference. For families who have not had an IEP or diagnosis, but you suspect your child might need extra help, Trinity School offers free testing for some learning differences.  Learn More

There are a variety of reasons students with learning differences may struggle in a normal school setting. Trinity School offers highly specialized education plans, tailored instruction, reading therapists, small class sizes, spaces for students with sensory sensitivity, expert staff, a unique curriculum designed to accommodate students with multiple learning styles.