At Curtis Blake we understand that parents and guardians play a vital role in helping students overcome disabilities and thrive academically. We encourage them to be as involved as possible with their child’s education and to be confident that when they are not present we are providing excellent, proven methods of skill development. These include independent diagnostic services, after-school tutoring and social skills groups, and our Summer Instructional Clinic, which reduces skill loss during school breaks.
Additionally, the Curtis Blake Day School uses effective, research-based interventions to help students broaden their academic acumen, grow their skill sets, and develop social skills through instruction in areas such as Pragmatics and Social Thinking and through peer interactions such as field trips. The Day School offers tours and open houses for parents/guardians, giving a firsthand look at the services and atmosphere we provide.
Students who are entering college and need assistance with independent academic skills and tutoring can take advantage of our Supportive Learning Services, which provides proactive support and encouragement throughout their college careers.
At every level, we strive to provide students, and their parents/guardians, with the tools and information they need to have full, enriching, and successful educational experiences.