Educational Support

Westminster is committed to meeting the educational needs of families with students who have a diagnosed disability that impacts learning. We offer families enrollment in our full-time program or consultative services.

Full-time –
 Most students are enrolled in our full-time option and receive daily instruction from the special services faculty.

Consultative – Consultative students have completed a course of study with the special services faculty and are ready to function independently with minor support. An ISP is maintained for the diagnosed disability, and the special services faculty maintains a consultative relationship with the student’s teachers.


Learning Center (LC)
Learning Center services are designed for students with diagnosed learning disabilities, language processing impairments, and/or attention deficit hyperactive disorder. The Learning Center program offers limited remedial work in reading and writing, and primarily runs parallel to and supports the existing curriculum by providing accommodations for, and adaptations to, each student’s classes. Our goal is to give students the tools to succeed in an academic environment and to help them grow to function as independent learners.

Extended Learning Center (ELC)
Extended Learning Center services are designed for students with significant learning needs that require small-group and one-to-one attention much of the day. While inclusion in regular classes with paraprofessionals is provided, remediation and life/social skills training may also be provided in small, intensive classes. Students with diagnostic profiles that include multiple learning disabilities, attention deficit hyperactive disorder (ADHD/ADD), mild autistic spectrum disorder (ASD), and mild developmental delays will be considered for the program.

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