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Resources for Struggling Learners

Special Needs and Struggling Learners will benefit from our small, therapeutically based program!

Our Teachers use cutting-edge techniques and tools to maximize your student’s growth and learning potential and classes are kept deliberately small to facilitate personalized attention.

Smaller classes also decrease anxiety in students, allowing dynamic and educationally therapeutic interaction between parents and students.

True North Homeschool Academy has tools and resources that support students and families with special needs.

Take a look and if you have any questions, please let us know how we can help you.


Adapted Classes

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  • Adapted Math

    Adapted Math

  • Organizing Your Writing 3

    Organizing Your Writing III

  • orton gillingham spaulding training

    Orton Spalding Based Approach to Teaching Reading

  • a wrinkle in time graphic novel adapted literature summer

    A Wrinkle in Time: Graphic Novel summer class

  • adapted literature class for homeschoolers

    Secret Garden: Graphic Novel Adapted Literature

  • Online Adapted English III High School Level True North Homeschool Academy

    Adapted English 3

  • Adapted Biology for Struggling Learners | onlne class with True North Homeschool Academy

    Adapted Biology

  • advanced adapted science skills

    Adapted Science 2


    High School Spelling and Grammar 2

  • world history class adapted for struggling learners

    World History – Adapted for Struggling Learners

  • adapted classes for high school students who are struggling

    Adapted Science

  • Online Adapted English II High School Level True North Homeschool Academy

    Adapted English 2


Adapted Learning

Higher-level thinking skills will  be developed and supported in interactive, small-group classes or tutoring.

We create an atmosphere where anxiety is reduced and thinking is maximized.

We use an interactive, discovery model of learning where students discover a concept instead of being told facts.

This type of hands-on approach to education encourages creativity and critical thinking.

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