Dedicated to helping your student learn—the right way

For parents of children with dyslexia, reading difficulties and ADHD, school selection can be a challenge. At times, opportunities for real academic growth and understanding can seem limited.

At Greenwood School, we exist to serve students just like yours—and their parents. Since 1985, we’ve been tailoring our teaching methods to the ever-changing needs of students with learning differences. As a result, Greenwood School is fully equipped with the tools to help children with dyslexia, working and short-term memory deficit and other learning differences succeed.

By indentifying conditions like ADHD in children, and designing the curriculum that works best for them, we can help create a learning environment that encourages and enriches students and parents alike.

Greenwood School can help identify issues like dyslexia, learning differences and ADHD in children. To learn more about the individual learning styles that make some students different, take the What Kind of Learner Are You? quiz.

Parents of Greenwood School students work together to improve student life, to support extracurricular activities, and to share their experiences with learning differences and difficulties. If you are the parent of a current Greenwood School student, learn more about joining our Parent Teacher Organization, and what’s happening at Greenwood School.

  • 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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