Self awareness, flexibility of learning, and positive academic esteem
Our approach to academic support is to view the student holistically and develop skills that will benefit them now and into the future. We collaborate with parents, teachers, advisors, peers and the student to build a team of support.
The Learning Center provides a range of services to students who are in need of support that transcends the generally content-based help offered by classroom teachers. Students are invited to act as full partners in developing plans to effectively:
- manage academic stress,
- learn about their strengths and needs as learners,
- communicate with classroom teachers,
- allocate time and energy, and
- thrive using sustainable and empowering techniques.
Students interested in academic support may meet with an appropriate team member by appointment or on a drop-in basis. Additionally, the Learning Center offers individual and group sessions, conducts classes in learning skills and strategies, and assists qualified students with the implementation of certain collaborative accommodations based on documented needs.
If you have any questions about the services that we offer, please contact the Learning Center at email@example.com.
When a student needs more intensive individual support, we work with families and a handful of independent providers to schedule one-on-one services on campus during the academic day. While our relationships with these professionals are not new, we welcome them into our community of learners. Time is allocated into the daily schedule for students in each grade to receive one-on-one support. Interested families are encouraged to reach out now to learn more about these professionals, establish relationships with them, and reserve space for the school year. We strive to support confident learners with a broad range of options.
As an extension of the Social Thinking curriculum that we teach, students have the opportunity to participate in Social Thinking lunches with speech and language therapists in a small-group setting. Students eat their lunch together, then work on social and friendship skills in a fun and engaging way. We’re truly fortunate to have this wonderful guidance, made possible, in part, by the sponsorship of generous Stevenson families.
8 a.m.–3 p.m.
Drop ins are always welcome!
Learning Differences and Accommodations
If your child has a diagnosed learning difference or medical condition that affects learning or presents other life challenges, please provide the relevant documentation to the Learning Center before the opening of the school year.