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Woodlynde School

Map445 Upper Gulph Road
Wayne, PA 19087
610-687-9660
    Categories:
  • Education

Description:

College prep program (99% college acceptance) for students with average to above average intelligence with a variety of learning differences.

School's Approach

Woodlynde students gain access to our caring experts in education, thrive in our nurturing environment, benefit from specialized teaching methods, rise to the challenge of our college prep curriculum and emerge with the tools and self-confidence to be successful in college, career and life.

Additional Information:

Phone 2: 610-687-9660
Disabilities Served: Learning disability / ADHD
County: Chester
Location (state-county): PA-Chester
Enrollment: 275
Grades or ages of school: Grades K-12
Staff:student ratio: 1:5
Gender of students: coed
% of graduates who attend college: 100
Offers summer camp, program or school: yes
Extended day mornings, afternoons or both: afternoons
Updated 2017-2018: yes
Transportation provided: yes
Tuition structure (% FAPE reimbursement/financial aid offered, etc.): $20,500-$36,694
Tuition structure: FAPE
Financial aid offered
Private pay
Scholarship offered
Assistive tech used: computers/computer lab, Dragon Naturally Speaking, iPads, laptops, Learning Ally, SmartBoards
Learning strategies/therapies utilized: Individual learning profiles, metacognition
Learning strategies: Wilson Reading
Support services/therapies offered: school counselors, school nurse, speech therapy, tutoring, homework assistance program
Support services: Counseling
School nurse
Speech therapy
Tutoring
Vocational/life skills: College prep
Extracurriculars offered: Active Visual, Music, and Performing Arts Programs 20 No-cut Sports Teams in the Tri-County Independent School League L.E.A.D. (Leadership Experiences, Adventure, and Discovery) Student Life Program of socials, clubs, volunteer activities, leadership opportunities, and day and overnight trips Journalism through The Informer student newspaper and The Aurora yearbook Leadership groups such as the Lower School Safety Patrol, Middle and Upper School Student Councils, and National Honor Society
Extracurriculars offered: Art
Field trips
Library
Music
Physical education
Sports
Theater
Specific learning strategies, support services or vocational programs not listed above: Extended hours, Summer program
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