student with mask in gym
Students with dyslexia benefit from daily, direct instruction in literacy. At the same time, students with dyslexia are often gifted in the areas of mathematics, art, music, and science.
HRS provides the necessary emphasis on language while offering opportunities for growth, creativity, and expression.

HRS's program is organized by grade level but incorporates split-level groups, allowing for more tailored instruction. Age, social needs, and skills are all taken into consideration when determining the appropriate placement for a student.

Enrichment programs provide exposure to cultural, historic, civic, artistic, and science experiences.

Teacher using Slingerland during a lesson
boy playing outside
sister and brother hugging outside with masks
student getting off bus