Spotlight: The Laurel School of Princeton

Designed for the dyslexic mind

The Laurel School of Princeton provides an enriched educational experience for students who have dyslexia and related learning differences such as ADHD, dyscalculia, dysgraphia, and executive function deficits.

Laurel School students bring incredible talents, skills and creativity to our program, while being taught by expertly trained, passionate teachers who understand how they learn best, helping them to build on their strengths and achieve academic success.

Instruction is delivered with a multisensory and inquiry-based approach by teachers who have years of experience teaching children with learning differences and are certified to instruct using Orton Gillingham and Wilson Language programs.

Our faculty understands that it is critical to intervene as early as possible when children have reading, writing, and math challenges.

It is essential to identify the individual needs of each student and provide diagnostic and prescriptive lessons that ensure success. The Laurel School of Princeton offers an integrative, engaging curriculum that enables our students to develop the confidence to learn and excel.

Laurel understand that some children need more than what conventional teaching systems and traditional public schools can offer.

No parent wants to see their child become disconnected; “Kids often come to us with their confidence broken by the school districts, and they feel as though they can’t learn. But their spark quickly returns as they discover that they can grow and thrive at Laurel,” says the Director of Admissions Amy Deutsch.

By placing your child in a holistic educational atmosphere, individualized instruction and guidance will empower him/her to take control of their education and rediscover success.

Please contact Amy Deutsch with questions or to schedule a tour: 609-566-6000, extension 0282 or at, 800 North Road Hopewell NJ 08534.

PHOTO CAP: “Reading once made my daughter cry, however, the teachers at Laurel have given her the tools to read and have instilled a love of reading in her – Laurel has been by far the best decision for our family!” says a current Laurel parent.

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