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Cambridge School


609-730-9553


Cambridge School, K-12, in Pennington, NJ, (Princeton area) is an independent special education school for children who have been diagnosed with language-based learning differences, such as dyslexia, ADHD, and auditory processing disorder. Our program is built on evidence-based research and emphasizes critical thinking, problem-solving, executive function, and metacognitive skills. Students with language-based learning differences require individualized attention, and Cambridge offers a curriculum that is specifically designed to help students overcome their challenges. Cambridge believes in providing a comprehensive program that supports the whole child by offering dynamic visual and performing arts programs, an athletics program, and a variety of extracurricular clubs. Our campus is located in the Princeton, NJ area, though our students come from all over New Jersey and parts of Pennsylvania, particularly Bucks County.

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The Bridge Academy


609-844-0770

Open Houses: 11/12, 1/14, 2/11, 3/17, 4/21, 5/12 @9:30am

The Bridge Academy is a private, non-profit school approved by the state of New Jersey for students with language-based learning disabilities such as dyslexia, dysgraphia, auditory processing and ADHD. It is the only accredited Orton-Gillingham program in New Jersey. The school serves students ages 8-18 of average or higher intellectual potential and strives to empower students to bridge the gap between potential and performance. The Bridge Academy uses research-based, classroom-proven techniques taught by experienced professionals to help students thrive in school and achieve academic success. A summer program is also available. Currently 68 students are enrolled from 24 different school districts in New Jersey and from nearby towns in Pennsylvania. Please call 609-844-0770 or bridgeacademynj.org for more information.

The Laurel School of Princeton


609-566-6000

Open Houses: 11/7 & 11/8. Tour and Info Sessions 11/19 & 1/21/20

- The Laurel School of Princeton is excited to announce the expansion to high school this year — we are now accepting applications for our first graduating class of 2023! Specializing in educating students with language-based learning differences such as dyslexia, dysgraphia, and dyscalculia, Laurel School provides individualized instruction and support to meet the unique learning challenges of our students. At Laurel, all of our students learn differently – so no one is "pulled out" of class for support – needs are met in the classroom with their peers. By celebrating and validating the strengths of their dyslexic minds, Laurel students are confident, curious, and they love to come to school each day. Applications are accepted year-round. To learn more or schedule a tour, visit www.laurelschoolprinceton.org/admissions

The Lewis School Of Princeton


609-924-8120


Founded in 1973, The Lewis School is among the earliest groups of educators in the country to innovate, develop and implement curriculum-wide multisensory education, science-based student assessments, and neuroscience-based teacher training within a structured and nurturing traditional school environment. The School’s philosophy is best described by its founder, Marsha Lewis, "At The Lewis School, learning problems are understood, not as disabilities, but as differences: the expression of remarkable and diverse capacities of human thinking and perceptions. The purpose of a Lewis School education is to prepare students, who may struggle with language-based learning issues related to dyslexia, attention deficit and auditory processing, to thrive academically, as they learn to restore the confidence and self-esteem they need to achieve their scholastic and personal best.”

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