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Children with dyslexia learn differently.

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As a nationally accredited Orton-Gillingham program, we're committed to helping students overcome the challenges of print-based reading and written language difficulties.

Students in the Triad division blossom into self-assured creative thinkers, problem solvers, and vibrant lifelong learners.

We are one of two schools in North Carolina, and one of only 19 in the U.S. to receive the Orton-Gillingham Academy accreditation.

Admission to the Triad Academy division (grades 1-8) requires an individually administered cognitive test, specifically the Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children - Version V (WISC-V) and a test of achievement, such as the Woodcock-Johnson Test of Achievement - Version (WJ-IV).

Have you ever wondered what it's like for a dyslexic person to read, listen or write in a variety of challenging environments?

Several Fellows-in-Training from Triad hosted a dyslexia simulation allowing people to experience just that.

Triad 5th Graders Explore Bridge Building

Using the lessons learned from their math curriculum, students used that foundational knowledge to expand into this creative engineering project.

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