Providing students with the critical learning skills they need during the summer months.
Our summer school program provides students the opportunity to sustain the growth they have achieved during the school year. Students will participate in small instructional groups with a focus in reading, written expression and math. Core classes provide each student with experience in the Orton-Gillingham approach, Multisensory Math, and learning strategies in written expression, comprehension and study skills. Students will become strategic learners as they develop time management, self-advocacy and social skills. The curriculum is adapted to meet the needs of each student to ensure that he/she experiences school success.
Many students considering Horizon Academy’s school year program attend the summer program as a way to see if we are the right fit for the student’s needs. Horizon Academy may, in some cases, request that a student attend summer school as we evaluate a student’s placement in the school year program. Enrollment for summer school begins mid-January of each year.
Student Screening is required. Call for an appointment.
Horizon Academy’s June Summer School program helps students entering first through eighth grades strengthen their reading, writing and math skills while having fun. There are 6-10 students per classroom. Guided by specially trained staff, Horizon Academy summer students engage as learners in small instructional groups with a focus on reading, written expression, and math. Instructional approaches include Orton-Gillingham, Multisensory Math, and learning strategies in written expression, comprehension and study skills. The curriculum is adapted to meet the needs of each student to ensure that s/he experiences school success. Students will become strategic learners as they develop time management, self-advocacy, and social skills.
In addition to academics, the following will be offered:
Limited before school care is available upon request for a fee. A non-refundable deposit of $500 is due when your student is accepted to secure your spot in the program. The remaining balance is due June 8th.
2 Days a week – $950 or 4 Days a week – $1,900
Student Screening is required. Call for appointment.
Testing documentation with diagnosis of dyslexia or specific learning disability in reading and writing is required.
Orton-Gillingham is an instructional approach intended primarily for use with persons who have difficulty with reading, spelling and writing of the sort associated with dyslexia and other language-based learning disabilities. This multisensory approach is diagnostic, prescriptive, systematic, structured, and personalized to meet the needs of the learner.
A deposit of $120 is due when your student is accepted to secure your spot in the program. The remaining balance is due by June 8th.