From Our Head of School Jaclyn Siegel

Welcome to Winston Online! We launched our online learning program in September 2020 as a way to reach students all over the country. It has been an honor to assist them on their journey of achieving social and academic independence. Today, we’re proud to be one of the best online schools for dyslexia and other learning differences.
Similarly to our sister Winston campuses, Winston Online utilizes the Continuous Feedback System to fully understand our students, develop a highly individualized program for them, and then analyze their response to the program in order to make any necessary changes. All of our content classes are small and personalized, and our students also participate in a daily Focus instruction where they work one-on-one with a learning specialist to target personalized goals. In addition, we incorporate the qualities of a sustainable and independent learner (QSIL) into each class, including problem solving, self-reflection, and self-advocacy. Winston Online serves students with dyslexia, executive functioning difficulties (ADHD) and nonverbal learning disorders, from 4th through 12th grade.

While most of our students are enrolled full time, Winston Online offers many different alternatives including a core content course schedule, Focus only, or an a la carte option. My favorite part about Winston Online is the community of students and teachers! Every Friday we have an all school meeting, where all members of Winston Online come together to chat and present ideas, projects, and to continue to develop our school culture as a virtual family.

Jaclyn Siegel
Head of School, Winston Online
Winston Preparatory School is a leading school for students with learning disabilities, including dyslexia, executive functioning difficulties (ADHD), and non-verbal learning disorders (NVLD).

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