The Windward School's Summer Program offers a month-long curriculum for students in grades 2-9, taught by full-time Windward faculty members trained in the school's research-validated, multisensory approach. The 2020 summer program starts on Monday, July 6 and ends on Friday, July 31. Students can enroll in a half-day or full-day program at either the Westchester Middle School or Manhattan campuses. For the first time, Windward is offering a half-day program for students entering grade 2. Register online at www.thewindwardschool.org/summer before the registration deadline of Sunday, May 31.
The Windward School - A school for children with dyslexia and language-based learning disabilities
A coed, independent day school exclusively for students with dyslexia and language-based learning disabilities, The Windward School enrolls students in grades one through nine. 98% of Windward students move on to mainstream schools after completing The Windward School's academic program. 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.
Windward and its partnership with the Haskins Global Literacy Hub was featured in a news article by Education Week.
A division of The Windward School, The Windward Institute builds leading-edge education-research partnerships, offers professional development based on the latest research, and advocates for the rights of dyslexic students.
This year, Windward was proud to send 12 members of the community to attend the NAIS -- National Association of Independent Schools People of Color Conference (PoCC) in Seattle, including members of the diversity office, teachers and staff members from each campus, and administrators.
The Windward/Haskins Collaborative Project in-school research study "Predicting Literacy Outcomes at The Windward School" was featured on the front page of LoHud/Journal News. Read more inside.