Springer School and Center provides exceptional programs and expert support to thousands of students, parents and professionals in the tri-state area. Our Center is the area's leading resource on learning disabilities.


The staff at Springer School and Center is experienced in providing support services to students with a wide range of academic needs.  Since we recognize and appreciate the unique nature of different learning styles, our tutors are prepared to address the individual and unique learning needs of each student.


Increase your student’s learning potential with our summer program. Adventures in Summer Learning is the heart of Springer's Center.  It is praised for helping students develop skills and strategies in core academic areas and grow self-confidence, providing concrete tools to use during the next school year.


Let us help you understand your struggling learner. Offering real-life strategies and tools, Springer parent workshops can help you help your child experience success. Springer offers many parent programs throughout the year, both on Springer’s campus and in the community.

Find real answers to your questions about learning disabilities with our consulting and referral services. Are you not sure how to decipher your child’s ETR or IEP? Do you need help advocating for your child’s learning needs? Do you just want to talk to someone who understands what a Learning Disability is?


Find real solutions for your students who learn differently. Professionals who work with students will greatly benefit from our quality professional development opportunities. These workshops provide hands-on continuing education designed to enrich professional knowledge and empower educators to reach every student. 


Wilson Reading System® (WRS) Professional Learning

The Wilson Reading System® is an intensive reading program that directly and systematically teaches the structure of the English language. Based on Orton-Gillingham principles and the science of reading, the Wilson Reading System® is an explicit, multi-sensory structured literacy program designed for students (grades 2-12) with a language-based learning disability, such as dyslexia.

Distinguished Speaker Series

We bring nationally-renowned experts to the Greater Cincinnati area.  Every year Springer partners with leaders who impact the field of education to bring their knowledge to the Greater Cincinnati area through the Distinguished Speaker Series. Typically, the expert presents an all-day professional development workshop and an evening parent program.

Upcoming Workshops

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