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Phone: 925-687-7555
5353 Concord Blvd
Judy Davies

California 94521

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Target demographics: Students in grades 1-8 who exhibit difficulty in language acquisition and processing. 20% of the world's population is dyslexic. We are passionate about availing our campus to the many underserved students in our area. A diagnosis of dyslexia is not the "tragedy." The true "tragedy" occurs when that student is deemed "unteachable" or "lazy."

Someone who had 3 hours of volunteer time could: ...help our small (but mighty) parent group plan a spring fundraiser/auction.

Geographic areas served: East Bay Area, California

The primary mission of Hope Academy, an independent not-for-profit school, is to assist students with language-based learning disabilities, like dyslexia, realize their educational and social potential through a researched-based, success oriented, multi-sensory approach and environment.
As we enter our fifth year in operation, we look forward to raising funds for assistive technology for our classrooms, a playground and beginning to plan for a new facility/more central location.

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Hope Academy works. The method has taught my son in six months concepts and practices that he never learned in public school. He was falling further and further behind and no one could quite pinpoint what was going on with him. Hope is teaching him. I feel so relieved and he feels great now! He is ... more »
Hope Academy has given my son the tools to reach his potential academically, socially, and emotionally. My son does not like to try new things. He and I were both filled with anxiety when I dropped him off at Hope Academy on his first day (he was 10 years old entering 5th grade). But it was all ... more »
My grandson was in third grade in public school and could barely read at a 1st grade level. Between 3rd and 4th grade he was able to go to summer school at Hope Academy and in the four weeks there he was reading much better. Stephen has now been blessed to have continued school at Hope for three ... more »
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