Who We Serve
Our bright and talented students have average to above-average intelligence as defined in a psychological-educational assessment performed by a licensed psychologist.
Students must have a diagnosis of a specific learning disability in reading (dyslexia), written expression (dysgraphia), or math (dyscalculia).*
Students in grades 6-11 can be accepted with a primary diagnosis of ADHD if it is impacting their academic success.
*Grades K and 1 are not always required to submit a psychological-educational evaluation or have a diagnosis of a Specific Learning Disability.
Visit our Admission Criteria page for more details and grade-level guidelines.
Who We Cannot Serve
The Fletcher School cannot serve children whose learning difficulties result from primary emotional or behavioral problems, intellectual disabilities, and/or students who are diagnosed under the classification of Autism Spectrum Disorder.
Contact our Office of Admissions for additional information:
Director of Enrollment Management
Enrollment & Research Coordinator