Who Excels Here

Bright children in grades 2–12 who have a learning disability can excel at Ben Bronz Academy. If one or more of these statements fit your situation you should contact us to explore what we offer:

“She cannot answer the questions the teacher asks during class.”

“He avoids reading at all costs.”

“The school doesn’t understand my child. He learns in a different way.”

“My child struggles to express himself with words.”

“She has trouble staying on task and finishing even short assignments.”

“My child is smart but he’s behind in reading by two grade levels.”

“Other kids and the school think my child is stupid. I know he’s not.”

“Often I think my child doesn’t understand the questions I ask.”

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    Generalizations don’t work. Still, in most cases, children of average to superior intelligence with these issues do well at Ben Bronz Academy:

    • A Specific Learning Disability
    • ADHD (Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder)
    • Central Auditory Processing Disorder (CAPD)
    • Dysgraphia (Writing Disability)
    • Dyslexia (Reading Disability)
    • Dyscalculia (Math Disability)
    • Executive Functioning Disorder
    • Auditory Processing Disorder (EFD)
    • High Functioning Autism (Like Asperger’s)

    After their child’s been here a few weeks we get calls from parents saying, ‘I’ve got a new kid at home. He’s happier. He doesn’t need homework help. He’d never read before now he volunteers to read.’ ”
    – Academy Mediator Dana Bloom