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Academic Support

Building on Hyde School's unwavering commitment to helping students realize their unique potential, Hyde’s Academic Support Program, called Learning Connections, emphasizes student ownership of the learning process. This program develops individualized strategies for students with specific learning challenges. The Learning Connections team has a commitment to developing independent learners and thinkers. This approach helps students build academic confidence and competence – creating a foundation for college and beyond.

 

The program provides learning strategies related to subject content, organization, short and long term planning, test-taking skills, homework completion, and additional support.

The Learning Connections Coordinator works with the Director of Studies and classroom teachers, parents, and the student to design the appropriate level of support.

*The program aids students with a variety of learning needs including: ADHD, Executive Functioning Disorder, and mild-specific learning disabilities.

 

Support services provide specific skill development during a class period of the academic day. Students receiving services meet in a structured small group setting within the daily academic rotation. Led by Hyde School faculty or highly qualified private tutors, these sessions typically replace a sixth class or study hall and work in alignment with the student’s core classes.

 

There is an additional fee for this area of support. For more information please contact Brooke Felt brookefelt@hyde.edu, (207) 443-7136