At Winston Prep Science Meets Practice

The science behind Winston Prep is how we understand and help students with learning disabilities. The teachers and staff at Winston Prep are experts in learning and cognition and are compelled to be active leaders in bridging the gap between research and practice.
Students don’t always learn in predictable ways, which is why Winston Prep is committed to reaching all kinds of learners. Students often come to one of our campuses after struggling in traditional school settings. Many of these students have been diagnosed with learning differences such as dyslexia, executive functioning difficulties, ADHD, or nonverbal learning disorders. At Winston Prep, the faculty assess and understand students where they are, help them advance at a meaningful pace, and teach them to move forward independently.

The research-based education model used by the Winston Prep faculty has been shown to profoundly expand the possibilities for students with learning differences. Providing a fundamental shift in the process of education at every level of the school organization, Winston Prep faculty and leading educational experts have designed and implemented a model that reflects the best practices in the field, as well as research in learning, teaching, neuropsychology, and school climate. The results? Over the last decade, our specialized academic process resulted in a 99.7% high school graduation rate, and 80% of those graduates were college-bound.
Winston Preparatory School is a leading school for students with learning disabilities, including dyslexia, executive functioning difficulties (ADHD), and non-verbal learning disorders (NVLD).

WPS does not discriminate against applicants and students on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin. The Winston Preparatory School provides programs and services and equal opportunity in the administration of its educational and admissions policies, financial aid programs, employment, and the selection of its governing board without regard to gender, race, color, creed, religion, national origin, sexual orientation, disability status, or any status recognized by federal, state and local civil rights and non-discrimination laws.