For children and teens with learning differences, it can feel like there are more bad days than good. Their parents and families also know the pain.
The Springer admissions team hears from discouraged families regularly and we understand how repeated failures over time can erode self-esteem and build defense mechanisms that eventually do more harm than help.
One Springer mom described herself before enrolling her daughter at Springer “[I was] someone who has experienced this emotional rollercoaster of having to CONSTANTLY advocate for my child, who always had to be the one to do my own research and come prepared to fight for more accommodations than the generic ones they include in all students plans.”
One Springer middle schooler shared “ Before I came to Springer, I was struggling and failing all my classes and was screamed at for being dyslexic. All the classes went too fast and I lost my motivation to even try in school.”
When we say that Success Starts Here, we mean that from an educational and social-emotional standpoint. Students and families are surprised to see how quickly our expert faculty and data-based teaching techniques result in dramatic changes for their children. Click here to see first-hand how students experience the Springer difference.