Summer School Program at Trilogy School

Philosophy

  • To provide specialized instruction in a small group setting for students who have learning disabilities with/without ADHD in second through twelfth grade
  • To give students individualized study skills, compensatory strategies, and organizational techniques as well as develop social skills to be successful in the future as productive members of society
  • To foster students' ability to achieve mastery learning in all curriculum areas and gain confidence in their academic endeavors, enabling them to return to the regular setting if appropriate

Summer School Mission

  • To remediate/enrich reading, writing, and math skills
  • To maintain continuity of skills throughout summer
  • To build self-confidence in individual abilities
  • To ensure reading, writing, and math readiness for the next level

Summer School Curriculum

Each student will take reading, writing, math, and social skills and will be grouped by age and grade level. Assessments and objectives will be designed for each student.

Class size: 4-5 Students

The Reading Program will incorporate:

  • Phonemic-based skill building and awareness
  • Development of auditory processing skills
  • Individualized supplemental reading program
  • Critical thinking/comprehension skills
  • Fluency of reading performance

The Writing Program will incorporate:

  • Creative writing
  • Expository writing-sentences, paragraphs, essays
  • Vocabulary development
  • Spelling/phonics

The Math Program will incorporate:

  • Individualized development of basic math skills
  • Computation and problem solving

The Summer Social Skills Support Program:

In a supportive, safe, and fun environment, students will learn the necessary skills to:

  • Make and keep new friends
  • Gain self-confidence
  • Read social cues
  • Overcome social anxiety
  • Work well as part of a group
  • Speak up for themselves
  • Use self-control and use peaceful conflict resolution

Faculty

Co-founders Laura Wyatt, PhD. and Judy Williams, M.A.T. M.S.A.

Summer School Director, Virginia Seigler

All faculty have Master's Degrees in Learning Disabilities or in subject areas with additional training in Learning Disabilities or a B.A. Degree with Certifications and/or Special Education training.

Student Profile

Students with LD/ADHD in rising grades 1-8

Schedule and Cost

School Hours
Session Dates
Cost
8:30am — 11:30am Daily
June 26, 2017 — July 28, 2017
$2,800

Features

  • No homework
  • Periodic progress reports and parent conferences
  • Fabulous Fridays (special activity during break)
  • Awards Day on the last day

Application Procedure

  • Send in preliminary application
  • Testing and complete application within two weeks of preliminary application
  • Admission decisions made by May
  • Confirmation from parents and $500 non-refundable deposit due within a week after acceptance
Summer School