The Discovery Program provides intense language-based educational therapy that targets areas of weakness in memory, attention, auditory and visual processing, visual-motor skills, oral and written language, reading, spelling, and math.
The Resource Room program provides regularly scheduled supplemental instruction for middle and high school students needing curricular support.
This includes remedial instruction in basic skills (reading, spelling, math), study and organizational skills, test taking, reading comprehension, and memory strategies.
ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNING
Support is available for students whose first language or previous language of instruction is not English. All students attending BFA must enter having at least a B1 level of proficiency in English.
BFA provides both tutoring for specific classes and intense English language instruction according to an individual student’s needs.
Students who demonstrate difficulty with speech (articulation), language, voice, or fluency may be evaluated to determine the need for this service. Individualized programs are developed for the students who need help.
In-person and remote intervention can be provided by private professionals through arrangements made by the Academic Support Department.
The School Psychologist’s role is to collaborate with parents, regular and special education teachers, and counselors in order to help students succeed academically, socially, behaviorally, and emotionally.
Our staff provide academic, emotional and behavioral assessments/intervention programs, parent and teacher consultation, and training for parents and teachers in a variety of topics related to learning and behavior.
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