for dyslexics, by dyslexics


North Carolina Dyslexia Schools

226 SOAR Lane

Balsam, NC 28707

(828) 456-3435

Grades: 7-12

About the School: The Academy at SOAR is an accredited LD boarding school for youth with ADHD, ADD, and learning disabilities between grades 7 and 12.We are unlike any other program in the country. We provide differentiated instruction and curriculum for each individual student by utilizing a project-based experiential model encompassing both academics and independent living skills instruction. Our learning environment is structured to address the variety of learning styles, interests, and abilities found within the classroom, whether indoors or out.

400 Cedarview Court

Raleigh, NC 27609

(919) 782-5082

Grades: 1-12

Mission: We celebrate each student's abilities by providing individualized instruction in a supportive environment. We integrate academics, behavior, athletics, and skills for life into a challenging curriculum which provides opportunities for growth and success. For over 30 years, students, parents, and faculty have been invested in making The Fletcher Academy a School of Achievement.

About the School: The Fletcher Academy is North Carolina's oldest schools dedicated solely to students with learning differences. We have served hundreds of families by focusing on students' abilities. Individualized curriculum, consistent structure and processes, and exceptionally small class sizes allow our stellar faculty to bring out the best in students. At TFA, we partner with students, to BELIEVE in themselves, to ACHIEVE their goals, to EXPLORE their world, and to SOAR to their potential.

5501 Shallowford Road

Lewisville, NC 27023

(336) 945-3151

Grades: preK-12

About the School: Forsyth Country Day School strives to offer one of the finest college-preparatory education experiences in the nation. Our inspiring, innovative curriculum is led by and exceptional, nationally recruited faculty who work with students in very small classes to ensure close, nurturing relationships, spirited discourse, and content mastery.

3200 Pickett Road

Durham, NC 27705

(919) 489-7464

Grades: K-12

Mission: We transform students with learning differences into confident, independent learners.

About the School: The Hill Center Academic Program, a K-12 school approved by North Carolina Department of Public Instruction and accredited by Southern Association of Colleges and Schools and Southern Association of Independent Schools is a nationally-recognized model program for students with learning differences and attention deficit disorders. With the Orton-Gillingham approach as its foundation, and precision teaching as the format for charting and graphing student progress, the Hill Methodology offers a comprehensive system of individualized multisensory instruction. At The Hill Center, K-12 students receive instruction in reading, written language, math and foreign language in half-day classes with a 4:1 student/teacher ratio. Hill Center students spend the other half of their school day at their public or private school, to which they typically return full-time after three to four years.

2100 Reynolda Rd

Winston-Salem, NC 27106

(336) 722-2777

Grades: 1-9

Mission: Summit School provides a challenging curriculum within a caring environment to help students develop their full potential.

About the School: At Triad Academy at Summit School, we know that great minds do not think alike and we should not expect them to learn that way either. Our innovative instructional program is highly individualized, research based, and designed to meet the unique learning needs of students with dyslexia and related language based learning differences.