Educational programs at Winston Prep center on facilitating the independence of students with learning difficulties through assessment-driven individualized education.
To achieve this mission, Winston Prep's curriculum focuses on skill-based learning with an underlying emphasis on social-emotional growth. Key to the success of Winston Prep School’s educational programs is the implementation of the Continuous Feedback System by all community members, which ensures that educational programs are developed around the needs of the students and are flexible and fluid.
The typical Winston Prep New York student has 42 minutes of instruction in Writing, Literature, History and Focus, and 60 minutes of instruction in Math, Science, Art and PE. In addition to the core classes, students may choose to participate in an array of after school enrichment activities including athletics, drama, tutoring and clubs, as well as become a member of the student leadership team, attend experiential education activities, and/or participate in community service opportunities.


Goals and methods employed with students with the following primary learning difficulties:

List of 3 items.

  • Nonverbal Learning Disability

    Student Profile
    9th-11th Grade
    Primary Learning Disability: Nonverbal Learning Disability
    Secondary Learning Disability: Language Processing
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  • Language Processing

    Student Profile
    10th-12th Grade
    Primary Learning Difficulty: Language Processing
    Secondary Learning Difficulty: Executive Functioning
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  • Executive Functioning

    Student Profile
    7th-9th Grade
    Primary Learning Difficulty: Executive Functioning
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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.