Thank you for the many ways you support Winston Prep

We are proud of the support that the Winston Preparatory School receives each year from our generous community of current families, alumni families, trustees, faculty, foundations, corporations, and friends.

Each of you support Winston Prep in many ways: donating financially, by volunteering your time, sharing your expertise, and actively participating in school life. The partnerships between families, friends, foundations, corporations, and our schools, allow Winston Prep to stay strong and grow its mission.

Winston Prep Annual Fund

Supporting the Winston Innovation Lab
Winston Prep and Innovation Lab is reimagining education for your child. The Innovation Lab brings together teachers and leaders to infuse cutting-edge research into every classroom at Winston Prep, creating a unique integration of research and practice that advances a deeper understanding of each student’s unique way of learning. This understanding allows us to continually refine our educational model to respond to each student’s individual and evolving needs and strengths, thus inspiring success in school and building a path to becoming independent adults. By engaging in innovative projects such as the QSIL, Lives Over Time, Teacher Excellence and Leadership, and the Landmark College Partnership, among others, the work of the Innovation Lab not only improves the educational outcomes of over 500 students at Winston Prep, it is refining the educational model for children who learn differently.

2020-2021 Annual Fund

Your support of the Annual Fund for the Winston Innovation Lab is essential to continue this vital work, which will significantly change the lives of each individual student and is one of the most important ways you can invest in our mission.

Winston Prep 2021 Spring Benefit

As Winston Prep continues to respond to the challenges of this school year, your support is more important and more appreciated than ever before. We are deeply grateful for the continued generosity from our community.

At our Virtual Benefit on Thursday evening, May 20th,  families and friends from all of our campuses came together as one community to celebrate the resilience and perseverance of the entire WPS community.  

Thank you to everyone who participated and supported the work that allows WPS teachers to deeply understand each individual student in an ongoing way. 

Thank you to our Business and Professional Supporters:
Winston Innovators: Austin & Co.; GPS College Consulting, LLC; Michael I. Inzelbuch, Esquire; Special Education Legal Fund; Alexandra Stone, Ph.D, PC; The Law Offices of Regina Skyer & Associates, LLP

Winston Supporters: Barger & Gaines; Creative Speech Solutions, LLC Pediatric Therapy Center; Eagle Hill School; Manes & Weinberg, LLC; Piper Paul Law, LLC

Winston Friends: Law Offices of Lauren A. Baum, P.C; Law Office of Lawrence W. Berliner, LLC; Dr. Roni Cohen-Sandler; Feinstein Education Law Group; Tara S. Levinson, Ph.D Child Psychologist; Ratcliff Law, PLLC; Gail E.Schupak, DMD Orthodontics; Sussan, Greenwald & Wesler; The Law Office of Jennifer Laviano

Thank you to our Benefit Chair and Campus Coordinators:
Rhonda Mace, Benefit Chair
Cori Sargenti (NY) – Amy Keary (CT) – Sharon Sevrens (NJ)- Emily Calamita (Transitions) – Laura Spofford (LI) – Simone Haas (SF)

To view the video of the Virtual Benefit, please click HERE.

To make a gift to Winston Prep School and the Winston Innovation Lab, click HERE.

Thank You

Thank you to our Corporate Sponsors for your generous support of the 2021 Virtual Spring Benefit and of the Winston Preparatory School mission.
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, handicap status, or any status recognized by federal, state and local civil rights and non-discrimination laws.