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Posted January 19, 2008
- a parent
Our son has a learning disability and this school has boosted his confidence tremendously after a very demoralizing experience in another local private school. He has become a good reader and enjoys it somewhat, which is saying something since he absolutely hated it just a couple of years ago. The school uses bypass methods which help the children perform school work or learn in ways that traditional schools don't teach. We are happy to have spent the money to send our child to this school.
Public school was content with not bridging my son's two year gap in learning. Mrs. Presley and her faculty closed that gap for my son. He now attends public high school and is very successful. He aspires to go to college. The multi-sensory instruction unlocked the learning process for my son. He is now self-reliant and reads well. Behind the little yellow house and world of learning is going on in a cozy cottage style environment. Every child knows they are loved. The tuition we spent was the best investment for the future we have ever spent.
Meadowview has been wonderful for my daughter who is AD/HD. They have really boosted her self-esteem and helped her get herself and her thoughts organized. Her math has really improved. They also have kids with dyslexia and have a wonderful alphabet phonics program. Meadowview is much smaller than Shelton or Oak Hill, but much more affordable and more convenient to East Dallas area. They offer a full range of academic subjects plus art, drama and competitive sports. There is a PTO involving several parents and many parents volunteer on a regular basis. It's a nonprofit so there is a fundraising involved.