It’s never too late to ensure your child receives a fantastic education. Dyslexia School of Houston offers literacy-first educational instruction to learners ranging from two to 10 years of age (and, we always support our students once they “age out” of our program!). For many, we are truly their students’ first good instruction and we take this responsibility very seriously.
Whether your student is struggling with the unique challenges associated with a dyslexia diagnosis, your family understands the benefits of learning through a literacy-based approach, or your family has reached the end of its rope, we’re here for you...and we can’t wait to help your child unlock literacy and blossom academically.
Enrollment Dates & Admissions Process
As a small school boasting individualized learning practices and exceptionally low teacher/student ratios, we currently offer rolling admission and are committed to helping your child learn and grow no matter where they currently are in their learning journey.
Learn more about our admissions process (including potential diagnostics), important dates and academic calendar and fall, spring and summer enrollment and academic dates here.
Dyslexia School of Houston provides exceptional education for learners to thrive through literacy-first curriculum. While each of our team members has earned or is working towards their CALT or LDT, licensed through the State of Texas, we provide far more than a traditional literacy and/or English language curriculum. Our students benefit from an integrated curriculum supported by Neuhaus Education’s Basic Education Program, Singapore Math - Dimensions Program and, of course, individualized experiential learning approaches.
Learn more about our proven curriculum here.
Who We Help
Wondering if your child would thrive at Dyslexia School of Houston? The answer is likely a resounding “yes!” especially if they (or you):
Have unsuccessfully tried (and felt like you failed) to navigate another school district or system’s special education or accommodation process.
Have already been diagnosed with dyslexia or you suspect they may have a dyslexia diagnosis.
Are constantly frustrated by spelling, reading.