Welcome to the dePaul School
The dePaul School provides an exceptional educational experience for children with dyslexia and related language-based learning disabilities in the Tampa Bay area.
The dePaul School embraces a school-wide vision and commitment to the following core values:
RESPECT the child - showing understanding and acceptance of their challenges.
TEACH the child – with proven, research-based curriculum and methodologies.
CHALLENGE the child - to meet their potential, setting appropriate expectations.
INSPIRE the child - promoting strengths, fostering creativity and building self-confidence through praise and encouragement.
The dePaul School Fast Facts:
Founded in Clearwater in 1983
Independent, 501(c)(3) non-profit organization
Full-time day school for students in 1st - 8th grades
Signature Orton-Gillingham based remediation methodology, dePaul Structured Linguistics (DPSL) taught twice daily
Appropriately leveled and paced classes and work load
Compassionate and challenging environment
Class size is 8 students:1 teacher
McKay Scholarship accepted
Oct 18, 2016
As Head of School, my goal is to provide the highest quality education for our students. Research has proven that for dyslexic students, an Orton-Gillingham (O-G) based structured literacy program like ours is the best and only way that they will learn. That being said, I am a firm believer that there is always something we can do to improve our program every year.
Sep 15, 2016
A lot of things changed over the summer at the dePaul School! Over the summer months we remodeled and expanded several areas - creating 2 new classrooms, additional administrative space and a fresh, new library. With the additional classrooms, we were able to increase enrollment to 76 students. With 76 students we needed additional teachers. With additional students and teachers came the need for a second fulltime administrator!
Helping bright children meet their potential.
The dePaul School for Dyslexia is a specialized, independent school dedicated to the education of children in 1st-8th grades with dyslexia and related language-based learning difficulties, with the primary goal of enabling these students to achieve academic and personal success.
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