Forman is for students in grades 9 through 12 (plus Post Graduate) who learn differently. Our students are bright and academically motivated, and have been diagnosed with dyslexia, another language-based learning disability, executive function difficulties, or attention deficits that have created challenges for them in the past. At Forman we embrace the different learning styles, address the challenges head-on, and tailor learning to fit the unique needs of each student.
Students learn from faculty who have extensive professional training in teaching students with learning differences. And learning at Forman is as individualized as a student’s fingerprints.
A designated specialist helps each student build a personal learning toolkit with essentials for success.
We adapt research-proven learning strategies to individual student needs.
Classes are small, so we can deliver the kind of personal attention that’s necessary for progress.
Evening tutors provide academic support in content areas.
Our campus life program offers a wide array of activities so students can explore personal passions—or discover new ones.
A carefully planned Postgraduate Program gives students with learning differences the advantage of an extra year focused on developing the academic, advocacy, and life skills they need for success in college.
Our four week summer program focuses on helping students understand how they learn and giving them access to strategies and advocacy skills that will serve them well in the next school year.