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SVS Receives IPCF Grant, Creating Educational Opportunity for all Exceptional Students

Spring Valley School is honored to announce a generous grant from the Independent Presbyterian Church Foundation (IPCF) to support need-based scholarship funds for minority students with learning differences such as Dyslexia, Dysgraphia, Dyscalculia, and ADHD throughout Central Alabama.


Learning differences affect 1-in-10 children according to the National Center for Learning Disabilities. Spring Valley School (SVS) utilizes small class sizes, specially trained educators, and multi-sensory teaching approaches to meet the varied learning abilities of their students.


Spring Valley’s partnership with IPCF helps ensure that more exceptional students have access to supportive instruction that can transform their approach to learning and ultimately yield bright outcomes.



About IPCF:

The Independent Presbyterian Church Foundation (IPCF) extends the ministries of IPC through the use of endowments. Two endowments, the Orlean and Ralph W. Beeson Fund and Felix C. Yarboro Community Ministries Fund, distribute annual earnings through various funding opportunities throughout the year.



About SVS:

Spring Valley School (SVS), located in Birmingham, Alabama, is an independent, coeducational, college preparatory school for grades 1-12, whose mission is to provide excellence in education for bright students with learning disabilities, such as dyslexia, dysgraphia, dyscalculia, and ADHD. SVS can be contacted at (205) 423-8660 or kjackson@springvalleyschool.org. Our address is 2701 Sydney Drive, Birmingham, AL 35211. Connect with SVS on Facebook - @SVSAlabama, Twitter - @SVSbham, LinkedIn or Instagram - @springvalleyschoolal.







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