PRENTICE STUDENTS INCLUDE

Students who have been identified as having a learning difference such as: dyslexia, dysgraphia, dyscalculia, specific learning disability, language-based learning disorder, auditory or visual processing disorder, ADHD, weaknesses in working memory, processing speed or executive functioning, organizational challenges, anxiety or a combination of these

Students who have never been formally identified as having a learning difference.  Nonetheless, they struggle to keep up with classroom instruction, have difficulty turning in assignments and homework, have weak organizational skills, and would benefit from a smaller classroom environment

It is also common for Prentice students to have some anxiety.  In most cases this is related to school performance and past school experiences

ABOUT THE PRENTICE SCHOOL

Founded in 1986, The Prentice School is a private, nonprofit, academic school located in North Tustin, California. Prentice is a certified NonPublic School (NPS) through the California Department of Education, and is fully accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges.

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THE PRENTICE APPROACH

The Prentice approach is a robust combination of academic interventions, direct multi-sensory instructional strategies, and support services such as:

–      Speech and language services

–      Occupational therapy

–      School psychologist services

–      Testing and assessments

–      Parent workshops

–      Afterschool clubs

–      Before and afterschool care

–      School Library  

This approach helps to develop a student’s full potential and optimize his or her ability to return to a mainstream academic environment. We are proud to offer all this on location during the school day, minimizing the need for additional outside resources.


Prentice Wheel
  • Over 30 years of experience and a proven track-record for teaching students with language-based learning differences and related challenges

  • Small class size

  • Leveled instruction

  • Caring and nurturing environment

  • Genuine interest in students through a student-centered focus

  • Comprehensive support services in one campus