DyslexiaSavvy

for dyslexics, by dyslexics

 

Rhode Island Dyslexia Schools


333 Ocean Road

Narragansett, RI 02882

(401) 788-0800


Grades: 8-12

Mission: The mission of Middlebridge School is to provide instruction, opportunities, and support for students with learning differences. Our community is designed to develop students’ academic abilities, intellectual curiosity, and physical and social-emotional development. We strive to create lifelong learners with increased independence and maturity that thrive in the postgraduate setting of their choice.


63 Federal Road

Barrington, RI 02806

(401) 246-0510


Grades: 3-PG (post graduate)

Mission: The mission of St. Andrew’s School is to reach out to those students with learning differences whose needs have not been met in public or private schools. Our student-oriented teachers are committed to identifying individual learning strengths and teaching to them. Since 1893, St. Andrew’s has embraced social and economic diversity, offering a generous, need-based financial aid program. In a nurturing community, we emphasize moral and ethical values guided by our Episcopal heritage in preparation for each student’s purposeful engagement in the world.


216 Hope St.

Providence, RI 02906

(401) 421-8100


Grades: 1-8

About the School: The Hamilton School at Wheeler is a unique place, a "school-within-a-school" contained within The Wheeler School in Providence, RI., serving children from Rhode Island and southeastern Massachusetts communities. Founded in 1988 to serve bright elementary-grade children with language-based learning differences, the school celebrated its 25th anniversary in 2013. Many Hamilton students have been diagnosed with dyslexia (reading disorder), attention-deficit disorder (ADHD), executive function deficits, and/or specific language impairments.