• To remediate deficient academic skills and stimulate the areas of weakness in perception and cognition through the NILD program.
  • To assist in the building of a strong Christian character by adding to the student’s understanding of Biblical Christianity; the development of a personal faith, moral excellence, knowledge, self-control, perseverance, godliness, brotherly kindness and love, through:
  • carefully maintained habits
  • watching those who model this kind of life
  • parent education
  • service to the community
  • To provide a safe, trusting structured environment in which the student will understand through experience that he/she can learn.
  • To emphasize the knowledge, skills, values, attitudes, and behavior that will enable effective participation in the student’s world as they reach for their God-given potential.
  • To train them to become independent learners by fostering a positive attitude toward becoming an active learner, by teaching good study habits, by being committed to self-discipline and working through the curriculum.  
  • To enable students to return to the regular classroom (probably with continued NILD therapy for sometime), when it is appropriate for their best interest.

Accreditations & Affiliations

Georgia Accrediting Commission

National Institute for Learning Development

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