Dyslexia in North Carolina

North Carolina is home to a number of good schools for students with dyslexia, although not as many tutoring centers as some other states, so parents may have to inquire locally about private tutors or consider using online tutoring services, which have improved dramatically in recent years. Remember that tutors should be training in techniques that are suitable for the student with dyslexia. 


Schools for Students with Dyslexia in North Carolina

School

Academy at SOAR

Nobel Academy

Forsyth Country Day School

Green Hills School

Summit School

Hill Center

Hill Center

The Fletcher Academy

Carolina Day School

Triad Academy at Summit School

Location

Balsam

Greensboro

Lewisville

Winston-Salem

Winston-Salem

Raleigh

Durham

Raleigh

Asheville

Winston-Salem

Grades

7-12

K-12

K-12

1-8

K-9

K-12

K-12

1-12

K-12

1-9

Tutoring Centers for Students with Dyslexia in North Carolina

Tutoring Center

Lindamood-Bell

LearningRx

Location

4 Locations

Charlotte and Raleigh

North Carolina Dyslexia Legislation

North Carolina House Bill 149 requires both assessment and interventions for students with dyslexia—which is great news. But, this is a relatively new law, so parents should check in with their local school to make sure it’s being implemented.


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