The Marian Program at OLPH School was developed to help students with diagnosed language-based learning differences and math difficulties reach their potential and have a positive and successful school experience. Students entering Grades 3-8 who have already had educational and/or neuropsychological testing and have been diagnosed with learning differences may apply to the program.
- Individual Student Action Plans (SAP) developed in collaboration with the faculty, Principal, and Guidance Counselor, based on existing educational testing.
- Scheduled meetings with instructional team to discuss student’s individual strengths, weaknesses, goals and objectives for the school year.
- Coordination with private tutors of students whose families arrange for the tutors to work with their children during the school day.
- Monitoring student progress and reporting it to the Principal and Guidance Counselor.
- Monitoring tests and quizzes as needed when students require extra time to complete them or need to have the assessment read to them.
- Assistance in developing study skills, organizational skills and test taking strategies.
- Serving as a part time tutor for some program students.
- Serving as a liaison for the student with the faculty in developing classroom strategies and utilizing appropriate technology.
- Interacting with faculty members on differentiated methods of instruction including multi-sensory teaching.
- Providing guidance to faculty members regarding individual program students’ classroom and homework needs.
- Assisting faculty with modification of assessments; helping faculty develops skill in modifying assessments according to student needs.
- The fee specifically for the Marian Program is $1,000 per student. This is necessary to help us defray the expenses of the program.
- Additional fees for students receiving individual tutoring at school apply. Not all families will choose this option, as some may prefer to arrange tutoring outside of school.
- Parents of all prospective Marian students must complete the Marian Program New Student Application.