All Saints’ provides an exceptional experience for students by developing the whole child. As a part of developing the whole child, it is the goal of All Saints’ to instill the tools that students need to succeed in the classroom, in college and beyond. While All Saints’ has specific admission standards and it is an expectation that teachers differentiate in the classroom to meet the needs of students, sometimes even the brightest of students need specialized and specific academic support or support in executive functioning (global) skills.
Academic support is defined as individualized and customized, personalized instruction in a one to one setting with:
specific instruction in basic reading, mathematics and writing skills;
general curriculum support;
instruction in global skills such as study skills, test-taking skills, and organization
Academic support teachers work in separate classrooms to provide academic support to students in a one-on-one setting. Students will be served during the school day and scheduling will be done by the Academic Support teacher and classroom teacher. This specialized service is in addition to tuition and will be available for students who qualify.
Students are identified for Academic Support through admissions testing, existing IEPs/504 plans, full pyschoeducational testing, or through school recommendation. A full psychoeducational evaluation may be requested for parents to complete by the School for specific diagnoses in order for the Academic Support team to design a plan to meet individual needs adequately. This service is a resource to support students who are struggling and need individualized and personalized attention to meet them where they are in their learning and move them forward. The goal of the program is to serve students, give them the tools they need to be successful, and for them to exit the program after they have developed those skills.
Our support services and resources are geared toward, but not limited to, diagnoses such as ADD, ADHD, Autism, Dyslexia, Processing Disorders, and Speech Delays.