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Nonprofit Overview

Causes: Education

Mission: LLDC dba Sharp Academy is a 501 (c) 3 non-profit organization committed to serving parents, educators, and students in West Texas who live and deal with Learning Disabilities daily by providing education, information and training on how to prepare bright students who learn differently to reach their God-given potential for college and for life!

Results: Established 2009, Full Educational Diagnostic Center, Accredited Private Christian School, & Own Facility

Target demographics: Diagnostic Testing: All ages of people in Texas, surrounding states. Private School: West Texas

Direct beneficiaries per year: Parents, students and educators who live and deal with dyslexia and ADHD on a daily basis.

Geographic areas served: Education for students with learning disabilities such as dyslexia and ADHD.

Programs: Diagnostic testing, tutoring, training, seminars, summer programs and course recovery. Private Christian School for K-12 offering college prep education, accredited SACS, NAPS, and TEPSAC

Community Stories

2 Stories from Volunteers, Donors & Supporters

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Board Member

Rating: 5

In response to the anonymous review above. LLDC has trained over 100 educators and tutors in Lubbock during the 2017-18 school year, and awarded Diagnostic Testing scholarships to 25 families. LLDC provides educator and parent training, diagnostic testing, and speakers in the community to advocate for learning disabilities. The private school, Sharp Academy, is one of the services we provide. With 50% of our students attending on scholarship. Since we opened we have trained 1000's of teachers and parents, and served students in several states who needed diagnostic help to receive intervention in their schools. The above review is not factual. The IRS, the many people we have served, and our families know we are not a sham. Shame on you for wanting to degrade the men and women who serve many hours to help children learn to read and succeed in school.

Review from Guidestar

5

General Member of the Public

Rating: 1

This Non profit was formed for a tax benefit for Sharp Academy, a private school with the largest tuition in Lubbock. There is no beneficiary services given to the community as a result of it's establishment. The education goes to the staff of Sharp, which the tuition for the school should afford instead. On the events page of the website, there are no scheduled trainings or benevolent services. This business as a non profit is a sham.

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saonline 09/17/2020

We are available to answer any concerns about our compliance with all 501 (c) 3 requirements since 2009. Our nonprofit is in excellent standing with the IRS, and provides a variety of services for students with learning disabilities.