We do not provide testing or diagnoses at this time. The educational therapist that will be working with us does offer the Woodcock-Johnson testing at a separate fee. We are not requiring specific testing to be done before enrolling, however, we highly recommend making sure exactly what the student struggles with so that our tutors with the parents can make the best learning plan for the student.
As the parent you are the primary teacher, our Tutors are here to assist you in this journey. It is the parent's job to make sure students get the assignments from the tutor completed on the remaining three days of the week. Parents have the ultimate say so in their child's education. We are here to partner with you in this beautiful journey.
Our model is to teach to learn not merely for grades, however grades are optional and varies from class to class and tutors. Please refer to your tutor about it when enrolling for each class,
Before registering consider the following:
Our special classes are going to be geared toward the student with learning differences such as dyslexia, dysgraphia, dyscalculia, executive function issues, working memory, auditory and visual processing issues. The student with social anxiety who would benefit from a smaller classroom could also benefit from this tutorial. The goal is to not just teach the student, but to teach the student how to learn and adapt so that they can later go to any tutorial or private school. However we do offer classes for ALL STUDENTS whether you have challenges or not.
Yes, we will ask Parents to volunteer 4 days during the year to help with lunchtime and check-in, a sign up sheet will be created and shared with you after registrations are done.
We want to keep the atmosphere focused on learning rather than clothing. We will have a simple dress code of Learning with Grace shirt, Learning With Grace t-shirt or polo with navy, khaki, or black pants for the boys. Pants or skirts (must be to the knee) for girls in the same colors as above. Shirt order form can be found under the "Form" tab. Our goal is neat and modest, with more details in the handbook.
Since our Tutorial is new we will be updating this soon. Thanks for your patience.