SouthLake Christian Academy (SLCA) offers a wide variety of learning programs for students who need additional assistance, our academic development center employs licensed professionals who can assist students who require various levels of educational resources and therapy.
*Enrollment in programs offered through the Academic Development Center is based on a combination of criteria, such as evaluation results and teacher recommendations. Acceptance in these programs is at the discretion of the program director. These programs are not covered by general tuition.
“Our daughter needed help in math and reading. She was already benefitting from the smaller class sizes, but we were able to tailor her support in the classroom. Additionally, she receives consistent, one-on-one instruction in an environment favorable to her learning style. She looks forward to her time with the ADC teacher and definitely feels more confident in the classroom because of the private instruction. The ADC staff helps her with organizational and time management strategies that will have long-term benefits.”
-Lower School Parent
National Institute for Learning Development
The NILD is a nonprofit organization dedicated to training educators to work with children and adults with learning difficulties.
Search & Teach
Search & Teach© is an early intervention program developed to meet the educational needs of young learners (K-1) before they experience the frustration of learning failure.
MATH ENRICHMENT GROUPS
The Mathematics Enrichment Groups are offered for grades 1-3 and 4-6. Students participate in 45-minute small group sessions.
TUTORIAL STUDY HALL
Tutorial Study Hall is designed for middle and upper school students who have a documented condition which affects their learning.
Speech therapy is offered on a contracted basis. Natasha Kearney, M.A., CCC-SLP, is our contracted Pediatric Speech-Language Pathologist.
For a child, two of their most important “occupations” are school and play.
MENTAL HEALTH COUNSELING
Showing consideration and compassion to our students who may be processing difficult thoughts, fears and emotions.