St. Luke School accepts students based on the belief that they are able to handle a strong academic curriculum. Sometimes there are students whose learning disability or attentional issues are interfering with their ability to perform in the classroom. In those cases, our special “ROAR” program may be recommended. ROAR – which stands for Reaching Outstanding Academic Results – is designed to provide individualized holistic educational programs for children with average to above average intelligence who have a diagnosis of Learning Disability, Attention Deficit Disorder, or Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder, or a primary spectrum of behaviors characteristic of one of these disorders. The student:teacher ratio for the ROAR program is 5:1. This program allows students to be involved in all aspects of regular school campus activities, such as music, art, PE and chapel, while ensuring that their individual needs are also being addressed.
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