Hope School offers resource support to assist students who would benefit from one-on-one or small group instruction due to potential learning differences. The goal of the program is to help these students become independent, thriving learners in the classroom. Students demonstrating a potential learning difficulty in the classroom are referred by their teacher or parents for private testing or testing through the Seattle Public School system. Depending on the results of the testing, the student may be referred to the Resource Room to work with our specialist. We consider each student’s skills and abilities in an effort to meet the needs of our students, however we may not be the best fit for some students.
Students in need of academic assistance (usually in math, reading or handwriting) are given extra help in a one-on-one or a small group setting from one to two times per week or as determined by the resource specialist. Teacher recommendation and parent permission is needed in order to participate in this program. Currently, there is no additional charge for this highly personalized instruction.