for dyslexics, by dyslexics


Ohio Dyslexia Schools

Lower School; Grades: 1-6

1551 East Wallings Rd.

Broadview Heights, OH 44147

(440) 526-0003

Upper School; Grades: 7-12

10036 Old Eight Road

Sagamore Hills, OH 44067

(330) 908-6800

Mission: Our mission is to teach students who have distinct learning styles, ignite their potential, and inspire academic and social success.

1860 Walden Dr

Columbus, OH 43229

(614) 433-0822

Grades: K-12

Mission: Marburn's first goal is to provide Central Ohio with a school offering the finest education for bright children who learn differently. State-of-the-art programs and teaching approaches that are solidly based on scientific research help us to reach this high expectation. Marburn Academy's second goal is to serve as acatalyst for improving the quality of education available to people withlearning differences throughout Central Ohio and the state.

About the School: Central to Marburn Academy's goal to provide the finest schooling for students with learning differences is their philosophy of employing instructional designs which are neurologically matched to the learning needs of their students. Their commitment to this effort has resulted in a substantial list of more effective teaching methods for those with learning differences in Central Ohio.

2121 Madison Rd.

Cincinnati, OH 45208

(513) 871-6080

Grades: 1-8

Mission: The Springer's mission is to empower students with learning disabilities to lead successful lives. To fulfill our mission, we are committed to fostering an educational setting that includes and respects the different perspectives of all members of our community. We welcome students, families, and staff from diverse backgrounds.

About the School: Springer's specialized curriculum and support strategies help students with learning disabilities build the educational, emotional, and social skills to succeed in the classroom--and everywhere else. Springer School and Center provides a program totally dedicated to children with learning disabilities. Every adult at Springer understands learning disabilities and responds to children through that understanding. This appropriate environment permits a child to believe in and work toward his/her potential.