At Eagle Hill, your child’s learning experience will be completely customized.
Each child is carefully evaluated, and based on the specific nature of his or her learning difficulty, a personalized educational program is developed.
- No single remedial technique is followed exclusively - each child's program draws from as many approaches as needed.
- Children learn and advance at their own pace. Our low student-teacher ratio provides the flexibility and time to address individual needs in each area.
Your child will have a full, rewarding school experience.
Beyond academic courses, the Eagle Hill program integrates related services (such a Speech & Language and Psychological Services) and activities to create a well-rounded educational program.
- Our Speech & Language pathologists and Psychological Services Team are integrated into classroom time, collaborate with teachers, and also host one-on-one and group sessions with students.
- Music, art, and physical activities are part of every student's program.
- Student Council and community service programs provide opportunities for leadership and service, enriching our strong sense of community.
Your child will be prepared for continued success after Eagle Hill.
Our goal is to provide intensive, short-term, remedial instruction to children with learning differences, and return them to the educational mainstream as soon as possible.
- At Eagle Hill, each student learns to understand and overcome their individual challenges. They gain tools and strategies they can use throughout their life, and they learn to advocate for themselves.
- Faculty and administrators carefully assess each returning child's progress and to recommend candidates for graduation. During the child's last year, their educational program evolves to help prepare for their post-Eagle Hill placement.
Our program is designed for students who have:
- A language-based learning difference, including but not limited to dyslexia, dyscalculia, dysgraphia, executive functioning disorder, auditory processing disorder, and ADHD.
- Average to above-average cognitive ability.
- Fallen behind or have academic weakness in the areas of reading, writing, mathematics, and/or attention.
- Expressive/receptive language deficits.
Our program cannot effectively teach students with behavioral or emotional challenges that would negatively impact regular classroom activity.