6 Top Schools in Metro Atlanta for Students with Special Needs & Learning Differences
GRACEPOINT School is a private Christian school in Marietta serving students in grades 1-8. The school began in 2012 with a mission to equip dyslexic students with the skills needed to develop into independent and confident learners.
The Walker School’s Immersive Dyslexia Program will welcome students for the 2018-19 school year. The program will serve children in grades 2-4 with dyslexia who have above average academic aptitude and a strong desire to fulfill their educational goals.
Brookwood Christian School provides a language-based education for students in grades 1-12 with learning differences such as Dyslexia, Auditory and Visual Processing, and Dyscalcula. Among the many programs used are Wilson Reading and Fast ForWord techniques.
Center Academy’s students appreciate the individualized attention and support they receive from teachers who understand them. Parents appreciate their children’s opportunities for success.
Specializing in the needs of children with high-functioning Autism, Asperger’s, ADD, ADHD and other learning differences, Cumberland Academy of Georgia is a fully accredited school, providing a safe and supportive academic environment for students. Students experience college prep academics in small classes, while integrating social and life skills into the school day.
Fulton County Schools’ Services for Exceptional Children offers free diagnostic evaluations for children, three and older, with a suspected disability. Using research-based strategies, the district provides a continuum of services to meet students’ individual educational needs.