Welcome

W e are delighted that you are interested in our wonderful school, and we look forward to working with you and your family throughout the admissions process. The best way to learn more about us is to attend one of our parent tours. During your tour, you will be able to observe an Orton-Gillingham lesson in progress, tour the campus and attend an information session. You may register for a tour online or you can call The Admissions Office to sign up.

Our application process is designed to help us learn as much as possible about your child’s academic potential, as well as his/her strengths and weaknesses. To help us understand your child’s unique learning needs, we seek information from many sources including you as your child’s parents, your child’s current teachers, tutors, therapists, and a licensed psychologist. Admission to The Schenck School is determined by a number of factors, the most important being the degree to which your child’s academic success is caused by a difficulty with written language.

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For questions concerning the application process, tours, or other general information about The Schenck School, please call The Office of Admissions at 404-252-2591. We are delighted to learn more about your child’s needs and are more than happy to answer any question you may have. We understand that most parents are very new to the world of dyslexia; many parents experience anxiety about their child’s diagnosis. You may find our
admissions blog  a good place to begin if you are seeking a better understanding of just what dyslexia is and how remediation can help.

PLEASE NOTE:
Unfortunately, at this point in our admissions season, we have received a record number for 1st grade through 5th grade and can no longer accept applications for these grades.  If you are interested in obtaining more information to assist you in better understanding your child’s learning profile and gaining assistance with future educational planning, please click here. Families with a completed psychoeducational evaluation may request a consultation with our trained educational professionals.  Our specialists will conduct a thorough review of your child’s testing and meet with you to discuss our thoughts, observations, and recommendations for next steps.


Non-Discriminatory Statement
The Schenck School does not discriminate on the basis of race, sexual orientation, color, nationality, religious or ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, tuition assistance programs, or other administered programs.

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The Schenck School Admissions Video

We invite you to learn more about The Schenck School by viewing the brief video below.



The Schenck School Curriculum Guide

Click here to view curriculum guide.

Contact Information:

Peggy Webb Hendrix
Director of Admissions
282 Mt. Paran Road, NW
Atlanta, Georgia 30327
p:404.252.2591
f: 404.252.7615
www.schenck.org
blog: dyslexiainspire.com