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Resources Directory > Children & Adolescents > Private Schools with Programs or Assistance for LD and ADHD
 ProviderDescriptionWebsitePhoneLocation
Academy SchoolsAcademy Schools is a nationally accredited, non-sectarian private school, serving grades Pre-Kindergarten through 12. Small classes allows for challenging, personalized curriculum where students discover the joy of learning and explore their creative potential. Tutoring, Social Skills Speech/Language, Music Therapy, and Counseling are available through private pay services.Link206-588-0860Tukwila
Bellevue ChristianGrades: Preschool – 12th grade, located on 3 different campuses, call for locations. A non-denominational private school emphasizing strong academics and service within a Christ centered curriculum. The school serves as a model school in the Northwest for an individual educational program accredited by the National Institute for Learning Disabilities for students who have been diagnosed as having difficulty in learning. Link425-454-4402Clyde Hill, Medina, and Woodinville
Brightmont Academy
Ruth Wilson, MA
Director of Development
A specialized school that offers customized learning solutions for students K-12 using a one-to-one instructional approach. Students who enroll to earn academic credit have a variety of options available. Brightmont’s practice of personalizing instruction facilitates success with students with LD and ADD/ADHD and those seeking greater academic challenges. Tutoring and summer school are also available. Link206-284-2300Seattle
Brightmont Academy
Ruth Wilson, MA
Director of Development
A specialized school that offers customized learning solutions for students K-12 using a one-to-one instructional approach. Students who enroll to earn academic credit have a variety of options available. Brightmont’s practice of personalizing instruction facilitates success with students with LD and ADD/ADHD and those seeking greater academic challenges. Tutoring and summer school are also available. Link425-373-0800Redmond Town Center
Brightmont Academy
Ruth Wilson, MA
Director of Development
A specialized school that offers customized learning solutions for students K-12 using a one-to-one instructional approach. Students who enroll to earn academic credit have a variety of options available. Brightmont’s practice of personalizing instruction facilitates success with students with LD and ADD/ADHD and those seeking greater academic challenges. Tutoring and summer school are also available. Link425-836-1600Sammamish
Brightmont Academy
Ruth Wilson, MA
Director of Development
A specialized school that offers customized learning solutions for students K-12 using a one-to-one instructional approach. Students who enroll to earn academic credit have a variety of options available. Brightmont’s practice of personalizing instruction facilitates success with students with LD and ADD/ADHD and those seeking greater academic challenges. Tutoring and summer school are also available. Link425-219-4993Woodinville
Dartmoor School Institute for Specialized Instruction (ISI)ISI is a service of Dartmoor School developed to fulfill Public School District requirements for individual instruction, highly qualified teachers, and student accommodations. Dartmoor School provides an optimal personalized program for its students via active one-on-one instruction and individualized to their instructional levels, learning styles, and the pace of their academic and intellectual progress. For more information, contact the Admissions office.Link425-885-6296Bellevue, Seattle, Bothell, and Issaquah
Dolan Academy & Learning CenterWashington State approved, Non-Profit, K - 12 private School, tutoring center and non-public agency. The team provides individualized and/or small group instruction to learners of all abilities, including learning differences, to improve fluent performance in academic, organizational, social and/or technical skills. Learners graphically see their progress every day and set goals for their own learning. Schedules are tailored to meet the needs of students and their families throughout the school year and summer. Director: Janet Dolan, M.Ed.Link425-488-3587Woodinville
Eastside Academics SchoolAlternative Middle and High School programs. The Institute provides: Dual-enrollment, full time status, College Quest, Tutoring, Distance Learning, and Summer School. The school serves an academically diversified group of students, many with learning differences, using personalized instruction model. A focus on educational planning, college advising and placement options for students who learn differently or have special needs. School Director: Jennifer ViceLink425-401-6844Bellevue
Eastside Academy (High School)Grades: 9-12. Eastside Academy is an alternative non-profit high school that provides at-risk youth with an opportunity to turn their lives around and earn a state-approved high school diploma. Students have access to a mentoring and counseling program, drug and alcohol recovery program and 100% of students receive tuition support.Link425-452-9920Bellevue
Eastside Catholic High SchoolGrades: Middle School 6-8, High School 9 - 12. College prep program. The school can provide reasonable accommodations for mild LD students. The Options Program offers specialized language based instruction to a small group of students with mild to moderate developmental disabilities. All students participate in the regular school programs including athletics and other school activities. Financial aid available. Link425-295-3000Sammamish
Heritage Christian AcademyGrades: Preschool – 9th grade. The Academy provides quality academic programs along with strong Christian instruction. Heritage school provides the Arrowsmiith program for grades 3 through 9 which identifies, intervenes, and strengthens the weak cognitive capabilities that affect student learning. Summer academic and tutoring programs, also summer day camps and activities available.
Link425-485-2585Bothell
Pacific Learning Solutions – Academy NorthwestGrades: K- 12. A dual school that provides one- to- one or small group instruction and credit for general math, pre-algebra, algebra, geometry, reading, writing, social studies, and science for all grade levels. PLS offers a number of carefully researched and developed programs to help students improve cognitive skills. The school is a non-denominational faith based organization dedicated to helping families train their children in faith, character and academic excellence. Director: Nola Smith, MA.Link360-403-8885Arlington
Seattle Academy of Arts & SciencesGrades: 6-12. Reading and language skills program. Remedial help at middle school, accommodations and study skills program at the High School level.206-323-6600Seattle
Seattle ChristianGrades: K-12. Seattle Christian School emphasizes academic excellence with biblical Christian values. Elementary students benefit from the Student Support Program which allows students to get help in the areas they need it and while they need it. Middle and High School classes are small in size with highly supportive teaching methods.Link206-246-8241SeaTac
Shoreline Christian SchoolShoreline Christian educates students in pre-school through grade 12, challenging them to grow academically, socially and spiritually. Some provisions for students with learning difficulties available. Link206-364-7777Shoreline
Spring AcademySpring Academy is a Washington State approved private school offering one-to-one instruction for grades 6-12. Their proven methods and caring environment enable success for students who work best with instruction tailored to their needs and accommodate for learning disabilities, ADHD or anxiety / health issues. They partner with area schools so students can attend Spring Academy part-time while attending a traditional or home school. Individual credit courses, full diploma programs and tutoring support are available. Flexible, month-to-month enrollment can begin at any time year-round (including summer). Their 100% first-month guarantee ensures a good fit for your student and family.Link206-363-3600Seattle
YellowWood Academy (YWA) Washington State approved school offering courses for students K-12. YWA offers credit for a full range of part and full time classes in a positive learning environment. The curriculum encompasses AP and honors-level classes as well as remedial instruction, including accommodations for students with learning disabilities and attention problems. Instruction is delivered one-on-one or in very small groups. Students can earn credit while maintaining primary enrollment at their home school or they can attain a diploma for full time enrollment. Some scholarships are available. Executive Director: Ruth Hayes-Short.Link206-236-1095Mercer Island