Teaching the Way Your Child Learns
Kindergarten – 8th grade specialized school that addresses each child’s unique abilities and needs to empower them to become confident learners and resilient individuals.
Where Hearts & Minds Connect
“Where hearts and minds connect” is more than just a tagline! We know that children who are stressed, anxious, or afraid cannot learn. At Meredith-Dunn, we believe in the honor and mutual respect of all individuals, creating an environment filled with support and encouragement.
When a child enrolls at Meredith-Dunn School, we design an educational plan that is very specific to that child’s learning differences. We call it “prescriptive” learning. Curricular material is presented in a way that a particular child needs in order to comprehend the information, retain the knowledge, and make academic progress.
Meredith-Dunn looks and feels like a traditional elementary school — students and teachers interacting, playground activities, after school clubs and sports programs. What really sets us apart from other schools, however, is our highly certified faculty, small class sizes and a culture that encourages us all to embrace our differences and build on them.
Changing Lives One Child At a Time
Hear from alumni and their parents about their unforgettable experience.
Words From A Parent
“On Paul’s first day of school at Meredith-Dunn he came home and said, ‘Some kids learn this way and some kids learn that way, and that’s why I go to Meredith-Dunn School!’ We knew then that Paul was at the right place and we never changed our minds. We can hardly imagine what it would be like for him to go to a different school without the love & encouragement you have shown him.”
A Student Perspective
“I would like to call Meredith-Dunn my miracle school. That’s what it was for me-a miracle. I came here after being diagnosed with ADHD. Meredith-Dunn was amazing. My grades immediately shot up and before I knew it I had friends, actual friends. They didn’t judge me because I learned differently or because I was slow at reading. I was finally accepted for who I was.”