Maggie – Distinction in Reading

by | January 5, 2017

Maggie came to us as a second-grader to improve her visual-spatial processing, and later, during high school, returned to work on applying these skills to geometry. This spring, as Maggie prepared for her junior year, she was accepted into the prestigious Governor’s Scholar program, and will spend five weeks this summer working to enrich her academic background. Congratulations, Maggie!

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