Beyond being the only school in the region dedicated to educating children with learning disabilities, Springer is unique because our goal is to help students leave our school. We are successful when our students have developed the capabilities that allow them to be successful in traditional schools.
|At Springer, we capitalize on individual strengths as we work through challenges. Springer students develop an appreciation of their own learning profile and an understanding of their learning disabilities. This understanding allows them to become advocates for themselves when they return to traditional schools.|
Features of our School
- Specialized research-based curriculum for children with learning disabilities that meets and far exceeds the standards as defined by the State of Ohio for Elementary School
- Environment where every adult understands and is trained to address learning disabilities
- Interdisciplinary teams of teachers, language and motor therapists, and psychologists
- Program designed and implemented based on students’ readiness and needs
- Art, music, physical education, library, and numerous extracurricular activities
- Computer technology integrated throughout the school, and a one-to-one laptop program prepares Middle School students for high school
Every member of our team has both the expertise and a genuine passion for helping children with learning disabilities achieve success. Additionally, the professional staff has a strong commitment to their own ongoing learning. Teachers and specialists participate in professional development throughout the school year and during the summer to ensure that current research-based best practices are implemented.
School Fast Facts
- Student Enrollment: 200
- Grades: 1-8
- Students Per Room: 10-13
- Staff/Student Ratio: 1:6
- School Hours: 8:10 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
- 6-acre wooded campus
- Serve students from 53 Zip codes from Ohio, Indiana and Kentucky
- Centrally located in Cincinnati
Enrichment, Activities, and Sports
All students participate in contributory activities both on and off campus. These range from older students helping in classrooms with younger students, to making blankets for children who are hospitalized and preparing food for a soup kitchen.
Springer offers a number of student leadership opportunities including Student Council and Student Ambassadors. After-school activities and intramural sports include pottery, Taekwondo, basketball, chorus, and many more. In the spring, students can participate on Springer's competitive track and field team.