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It's Possible Here at the Center of Multisensory Learning

Helping Children Overcome Their Weakness and Harness Their Strengths by Giving Them the Strategies to Appreciate Their Unique Talents

WHAT IS THE CML?

LANGUAGE-BASED LEARNING

The Center for Multisensory Learning at Wheeling Country Day School is an on-campus instruction center for students with language-based learning differences. The needs of a student are addressed through multi-sensory, systematic, cumulative, and intensive instruction based on Orton-Gillingham methodology.

  • Individualized Student Experience
  • Accredited, Engaged, & Caring Staff
  • Parent/Teacher Collaboration
  • Continual Screenings & Assessments
  • Additional After School & Summer Programs
PHILOSOPHY

We are committed to individualizing the student experience in order to discover, empower, and ignite their confidence and ability.

COMMUNITY

Our community is committed to ongoing dialogue, education, and reflection to develop the understanding and inclusion of every member.

AFFORDABILITY

Wheeling Country Day School offers Need-Based Flexible Tuition to enroll students who could not otherwise afford to attend.

STAFF

We have a diverse team of educational professionals dedicated to the success of each and every one of our students.

EXPERIENCE

Our mentors have completed accredited coursework and practicum experiences in multisensory structured language teaching.

REPUTATION

Wheeling Country Day School has been recognized as a top independent school, specializing in helping students with language-based learning disorders.

WOULD YOU LIKE TO LEARN MORE?

Reach out today for to have a personal conversation with one of our mentors

WHY WCDS?

HOPE FOR STUDENTS & PARENTS

By teaching to the edges with compassion, as well as utilizing sound Orton-Gillingham methodology and techniques, we are able to identify and overcome a variety of visual and auditory processing disorders.

  • Dyslexia
  • Dyscalculia
  • Auditory-processing disorder
  • Dysgraphia
  • Visual-processing disorder
  • Attention Deficit Disorder

Learn why Wheeling Country Day School is Designed to the Edges.

RESOURCES FOR STUDENTS, PARENTS, AND EDUCATORS

We are all part of the solution. The more we know, the more they learn.

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    Joe Wos - Partnership with Parents Lunchtime Series
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    'Phun' with Phonology - Partnership with Parents Lunchtime Series
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    Peg Dawson (Part 1) - Partnership with Parents Lunchtime Series
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    Does My Child Have A Learning Issue?
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    Peg Dawson (Part 2) - Partnership with Parents Lunchtime Series
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    What You Need To Know About Dyslexia
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    My Child Seems To Struggle With Executive Functions
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    Find a Speciality School Near You with IDA School Network

ADMISSION

We will walk you through the entire process when you enroll at Wheeling Country Day School.

GETTING STARTED

SCREENINGS & ASSESSMENTS

When identifying specific learning difficulties in children, teachers at Wheeling Country Day School strive to help parents choose the right evaluation that will meet your child’s educational needs.

Our mentors will help and guide you through the proper screenings and assessments. A free consult is available for the options that are available for your area of concern.

  • Determine a Diagnosis
  • Determine Cognitive/Learning Strengths
  • Determine Placement & Accommodations

SCHOOL FEATURES

BENEFITS OF THE CML

Our mentors and staff create an environment that is welcoming to students and their families. In a positive environment, children learn to be self-reliant, self-motivated, and resourceful learners.

A balanced program of academic basics, fine arts, physical development, and critical thinking develops and enhances students’ individual and cooperative abilities.

A supportive faculty challenges students to learn independently and within a group, with and without direct instruction, and the faculty rewards the students’ best efforts, ambition, and accomplishments.

A wide variety of activities beyond the classroom enrich learning opportunities. Personalized instruction using various methods and materials contributes to the total experience.

We honor the dignity of every human being, and we respect and value differences including but not limited to socioeconomics, race, ethnicity, religion, nationality, culture, sexual orientation, gender identity, and family composition. Our community is committed to ongoing dialogue, education, and reflection to develop understanding and inclusion of every member.

TAKE THE FIRST STEP

Join our community and start learning at The Center of Multisensory Learning.

HOW CAN WE HELP YOU?

Let us know what you know so we can get to the solution faster.