Green Meadow is a school for students who fall within a normal range of academic and social styles and who do not present severe and persistent learning differences or challenges. Applicants for admission with a diagnosed learning disability and/or a current IEP will be evaluated on a case-by-case basis. In determining what learners we can serve, we recognize our capabilities and limitations and our wish to meet each student’s needs with integrity.
Green Meadow students requiring additional academic or social support may be identified in a number of ways, including by teachers, the Lower School Student Support Coordinator, High School Guidance Counselor, school doctor, or by parents themselves. A collaborative approach is taken in assisting teachers and parents in finding the additional support needed. While teachers may provide extra help on a short term basis, long-term tutoring and remedial services must be provided by the parents. Parents seeking outside tutors or specialists may request a copy of the Practitioner Referral List. Testing to determine specific learning challenges may be requested through our local school district.