Does your homeschool student need extra support in reading, writing, or comprehension?
Being an advocate for your child in the public or private school system can be a challenge. When you make the decision to homeschool your child, at times, it can be difficult to meet all of your child’s educational needs. Our literacy programs are designed to supplement any curriculum that you may be using at home with a customized, multisensory, one-to-one approach.
Additionally, our customized One-to-one School Program is also designed to further supplement other areas of your child’s curriculum. Visit our school program page for more information!
If you are homeschooling your child, and have noticed any of the following symptoms, remediation may be appropriate:
We are able to address all of these and more with an approach that is tailored for each student.
We are dedicated to helping students reach their full potential for learning and life, while honoring each student’s unique talents and interests. All learning styles and abilities are welcome! Our award winning, research based, student-centered approach enables the student to have a stake in their own education with excellent results.
Results from our students in 2015 illustrate the benefits of our approach:
On average, our students saw close to 2 grade levels of growth in comprehension scores* within a few months.
Average Word Attack skills saw an even more impressive growth among our students – an average of 3.6 grade levels within the same amount of time! *
Best of all, The Literacy and Language Center is fully accredited by the Accrediting Commission for Schools, WASC as a Supplementary Education Program
— A great solution to supplement your child’s homeschool program with a literacy intervention!
If you have any questions, or would like to schedule a visit please contact us at 415.242.1205, or contact Kayla Pearson (School Program Coordinator) at Kayla@LLCsf.com
*Comprehension scores were measured by the Gray Oral Reading Test 5.
*Word Attack scores were measured by the Woodcock Reading Mastery Test 3, Word Attack subtest.