Spring Valley School exists for the purpose of serving students with average or above intelligence who have been diagnosed with Specific Learning Disabilities (SLD) such as Dyslexia, Dysgraphia, Dyscalculia, and/or ADHD. Our program does not accommodate students with behavioral or emotional difficulties.
Traditionally, Spring Valley School accepts new students through grade 10. Juniors and Seniors are are not generally admitted unless the student is transferring to the school from a similar out of state school.
Admission to Spring Valley School is based upon the following criteria:
Determination by the school that placement at Spring Valley School is appropriate for the applicant and the school.
Availability of student opening at appropriate grade level.
Agreement of family to pay full tuition unless scholarship help is requested and granted.
Dr. Laura Fiveash
Diversity, Equity, and Belonging at Spring Valley School
Embracing, respecting, and supporting diversity is at the heart of the Spring Valley School experience, as the School exists to educate students with learning differences and to equip them to lead fulfilling and productive lives. To this end, the School strives to be an inclusive community in which all of its members, students, staff, and parents, feel a sense of belonging and support, and where each party is respected for their unique strengths, contributions, and experiences. The School recognizes that diversity is a broad and multidimensional term that includes, but is not limited to, ethnicity, race, religious background, gender, sexual orientation, and disability status.
Spring Valley School seeks to be a community in which every individual is treated with sensitivity and respect. The School strives to foster an environment that recognizes and honors the unique qualities, personalities, and backgrounds of its community members. It is extremely important that every member of Spring Valley maintains common trust and establishes an environment of mutual respect, understanding, and sensitivity.