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Posted June 26, 2014
- a parent
My son is autistic and has attended HillCrest for a year now. And I must say it has been the blessing of a life time. God blessed us when we found HillCrest, The public schools just weren't able to meet his educational needs. So we moved to Midland just so he could attend HillCrest. He is now on A/B Honor Roll and you couldn't ask for better staff and Teachers!! We love being apart of the HillCrest Family. "THANK YOU" for helping our son get the education he so deserves, and also having an environment that is safe and he can himself! I just can't say enough about HillCrest ~ it has changed our lives.
As a parent of a child with ADD, I found Hillcrest to be his savior. My child struggled in every classroom, receiving poor grades, having few friends, and constantly getting in trouble. Hillcrest provided him with a safe place where he could learn in a way that was best for him. He is truly one of the MANY success stories to have come through Hillcrest. Thank you Hillcrest School.
Special academia catering to the learning needs of the ADD/ADHD and dyslexic child. Individual learning needs addressed/structured for child. Low student to teacher ratio enabling the utmost in individualized education Sports/art/extra-curricular activities available. Hillcrest thrives of close parent-teacher relationships. They cater to your child and expect high parent involvement/accountability and in turn you can count on Hillcrest for high student involvement and accountability. The teachers are personal, professional, motivating, caring, and dedicated to the child's development and success.