Join the Greenwood School Family.

For students with unconventional learning styles, the right school can make all the difference. Unlike other schools in Jacksonville, Greenwood School gives students with learning differences the tools, techniques, and motivation they need to succeed in school—and in life. Students are admitted to Greenwood School based on a review of current testing information, in addition to existing school reports, a psychological-educational evaluation, an individualized education plan (IEP), and a current report card. We will conduct a parent interview, review the student’s information, and arrange for a visit to our Jacksonville school campus. Then, the student’s family completes and submits the application for enrollment. Greenwood School is dedicated to enriching the scholastic experiences of above-average students with learning differences and academic challenges. We provide:

  • ADHD support and special approaches for students with ADHD
  • Help for working and short-term memory deficits
  • Dyslexia resources and tutoring
  • Assistance with other reading difficulties

The tuition for the 2017-2018 school year is $13,480

Greenwood School is one of the specialty schools in Jacksonville that accepts  the McKay Scholarship. We also accept funding for Gardiner Scholarship formally known as Personal Learning Scholarship Account (PLSA).

For more information, or to begin the admissions process, please complete our request form.

Admissions

  • Is smarter than his or her grades reflect
  • Has difficulty with organization and time management
  • Cannot keep up with the written workload
  • Needs a parent to spend 2 to 3 hours each night helping with homework
  • May forget to turn in homework or loses classroom assignments
  • Exhibits behavior that is conducive to a positive learning environment

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