LACS helps Bay Area parents nurture joyful leaders who positively influence the world in a Christ-centered community.

Our Focus

LACS is a welcoming community where each student’s inherent value and worth is recognized and affirmed. Students are encouraged and inspired to develop their unique gifts and talents.  Our Learning Support Program (LSP) is focused on supporting students who have a primary diagnosis of (or exhibit symptoms of) a Specific Learning Disability (Dyslexia, Dysgraphia, Dyscalculia), Auditory Processing Disorder, ADHD and/or Executive Function challenges.

Who Benefits Most from our Learning Support Program?    

Students with average to above average intelligence (1st-8th grade) who have challenges with: 

  • Reading (decoding, fluency, comprehension)
  • Auditory processing (listening)
  • Oral expression or word retrieval
  • Oral comprehension
  • Writing (grammar, spelling, mechanics)
  • Math

What do We Offer? 

  • An affordable, full day educational program.
  • Individual Student Support Plans or 504 Plans (Includes students goals and accommodations).
  • Academic support and challenge.
  • Wilson Reading System (Orton-Gillingham approach). 
  • Use of assistive technology: Speech to Text, Text Readers, audiobooks etc.
  • Multi-sensory/hands-on approach to teaching all core classes.
  • Opportunity for accelerated math placement. 
  • Progress monitoring, benchmark testing of individual students.
  • Standardized Achievement testing once a year.
  • Parent/teacher conferences – Teacher team meetings.
  • Parent, community and professional education opportunities.
  • Integration with our neurotypical student population. 
  • Small Classes. 
  • Differentiated Instruction.
  • Teachers are trained in Wilson Reading System methodology, with an on-site Wilson Dyslexia Practitioner

Transition from the Learning Support Program

The primary focus of our Learning Support Program is to equip students with strategies, tools, and skills necessary to be successful in a general education setting, and to perform with confidence,  at grade level across all subject areas. 

The student study team (teachers, parents, an administrator, and the student) will meet to discuss the transition plan, once the student is approaching grade level, or are performing at grade level. 

Many of our middle school students go on to be successful at much larger high schools such as The King’s Academy, Valley Christian High School, St. Francis, or public school. 


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