A: A variety.
We have enjoyed working with students that have been in GT or IB programs as well as special needs programs. We have students that have been homeschooled as well as students that have been to enormous schools with 1,000+ people in their grades. We’re comfortable working with students with dyslexia, dysgraphia, high functioning autism, slow processing, and other learning differences. We’ve also had students that do not have any learning challenges, but may be challenged socially. Finally, we’ve had the pleasure of teaching children that have no learning differences or social issues; they just wanted a place where people knew them by name.
All of our families feel that a smaller environment, with teachers and staff that truly know their students and their needs, makes MPHS feel like home.