Mission: The highlands school is an independent, non-profit harford county school designed to remediate students with learning differences including, reading and math disabilities, speech and language deficiencies, and attention deficit disorders, who have average to above average academic potential, but who are struggling to learn by conventional teaching methods. The children who enroll in our school are not achieving academically at their age level and/or manifest difficulties in one or more areas of skill development, including language, reading and spelling, perceptual motor integration and organization/study skills. It is the highlands school's goal to help each student discover how they learn and bring them up to grade level.
Programs: The highlands school is a state-of-the art, independent day schoollocated in bel air, maryland. The school is a regional resource forfamilies with bright and creative children in kindergarten through 8thgrade who struggle with dyslexia, language based learning differencesand attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder (adhd). The school'smission is to provide a positive environment focused on teachingstudents how to use their strengths to overcome frustrations andachieve academic and social successes. Through an individualized andmultisensory approach to learning, the school aims to equip studentswith the skills and strategies needed to become successful independentlearners. In addition to the full-time school year program, the school offers a 5-week summer program, tutoring services for children, adolescents and adults, and executive function training. The school has the capacity for 125 students.