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Posted February 07, 2015
- a parent
Wow! Our son has dyslexia. The public school in Idaho refused to give him any help. This school has been so amazing. Project based learning, great staff, small class suzes and wonderful field trips nearly every week. Our son's confidence has rocketed. We feel like we saved his life sending him to this school. Here he can learn in other ways other than just reading and writng and has time to work on one thing at a time. Just an amazing school. Highly recommend.
This is THE school for exploratory children in Spokane, WA! Everyone involved with the school seems to be constantly evolving according to the current needs of their student base and each individual is flourishing because of the constant attention to the wholeness of each child! The staff is entirely supportive of any level of parental involvement (including intense!) but the administration is very organized and communicative so no parental involvement is actually necessary. The Head of the School is so intimately involved with the workings of the program (& the personalities of the students) that students & parents alike seem to gravitate toward her in confidence! The parent-teacher communication exceeds expectations and leaves no room for time-consuming guesswork between parent & child.