Longleaf Academy and
United Way of Moore County
are now Partners!
United Way has generously provided funding for two partial Opportunity Scholarships.
We are a private, non-profit day school for children with language-based learning disabilities. Our interventions have helped children with dyslexia and Asperger’s Syndrome make a minimum of 30% reading growth in a single academic year. Using the Orton-Gillingham Approach, a multi-sensory methodology, our students learn how to learn, enabling them to succeed and become “Learners for Life.” Longleaf Academy offers a full day program and a multi-sensory approach is spiraled throughout the approved NC-Common Core curriculum.
To learn more about dyslexia and other language-based learning disabilities,
Longleaf Academy Hill Center
Longleaf Academy Announces the Hill Center Adoption Program beginning in the Fall of 2013!
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Longleaf Academy and its teachers are dedicated to the success of their students; the betterment of their futures as lifelong learners; and to the philosophy that every child will succeed. Our mission is to empower students to become self-sufficient, intrinsic learners who are equipped with the ability to achieve academically, socially and emotionally.
Academic success is not only the responsibility of the student, but also the teacher. Children with learning differences need to learn "how to learn." It is our responsibility to guide the student toward success by using research-based curriculum, individualized instruction that is multi-sensory and scientifically sound, & systematic and cumulative. These principles enable achievement in the students we strive to empower!