Students with diagnosed learning disabilities may apply for this assistance. Those accepted spend one class period each day working with a teacher who assists them through the challenges of the academic mainstream, which
students experience the rest of the day.

Each student’s program is cutomized to help him or her to cope with a specific learning disability. Activities may
include, but are not limited to, developing time management and study skills, providing specialized academic help,
administering alternative examinations, and maintaining close contact with the student’s teachers and parents in
order to assess and facilitate progress.

A recent evaluation conducted by a recognized educational measurement specialist is required for admission into
the program. Students must also have an in-depth interview with the assisting teacher and the principal before
admission.