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The Windward School is a co-ed, independent day school located in New York City and White Plains, New York for children in grades 1-9 with language-based learning disabilities like dyslexia.
The Windward School is nationally recognized for its development of instructional programs designed specifically to help students achieve language proficiency. The School’s academic curriculum is research-based and multisensory in nature and is designed to give students the skills they need to succeed in school and return with confidence to mainstream educational settings.
The Windward School's academic program focuses on the three basic challenges faced by students with language-based learning disabilities:
- Acquiring the academic strategies and skills necessary to reach their academic potential.
- Developing self-confidence in their ability to achieve success.
- Understanding their learning differences so they can become effective self-advocates.
98% of Windward students move on to mainstream schools after completing The Windward School's academic program.
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For Fall 2020, The Windward School was pleased to create a reopening plan to adjust Windward's operations to accommodate socially distanced, in-person instruction for every one of its 943 students in Grades 1-9.