Chicago school focuses on students with learning differences

 
 

By Kristina Lazzara

 

Wolcott High School’s recipe for success seems to be working.

The non-profit independent college preparatory high school for students with learning differences continues to grow since its opening last fall.

What makes this high school work is that its curriculum revolves around the development of individual strengths and specific learning strategies.

The high school emphasizes service learning, green living, technology proficiency, personal portfolio and cultural proficiency and includes a senior capstone project.

“One of our top priorities is preparing students for success in college," said Rachel Spiro, Wolcott’s director of admissions, in a news release.

For more information on enrollment, wolcottschool.org.

 

 
 







 
 
 
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