Bright students with learning issues or disabilities do well at Ed Sage School. The curriculum includes the teaching of accommodations, techniques, and strategies for learning issues such as organization and dyslexia.
Students from Ed Sage School who have graduated from grade 8 and gone on to high school are extremely well prepared for the challenges they meet at high school. One very disorganized student who learned how to get it together got a 4.17 G.P.A. during the first semester of 9th grade in a college preparatory program.
Another very severe dyslexic student got a 3.3 G.P.A. in the first semester of 9th grade in a college preparatory program. This is a miracle because this very intelligent student has learned how to get around the dyslexia issues which affect reading and writing.
Do you have a student who needs help? Contact Head of School, Beth Silver at 310-720-0390 or connect through the website at http://www.edsageschool.com.