Learning Support Program
Tuxedo Park School is a small school that has made a big difference for generations. We are a rigorous, college-prep institution. The majority of our students go on to competitive Boarding and Independent Day high schools. With that said, we recognize every student has a unique set of relative strengths and challenges that influences their classroom experiences; these are the primary concern of the Learning Support Program (LSP) at Tuxedo Park School.
When we examine students’ learning profiles to determine if we can meet their needs, we consider the whole child, including multiple intelligences, social and emotional factors, and educational history. That allows us to then tailor instruction to leverage each student’s strengths, minimize limitations, and close any gaps over time. The program liaises between faculty, families, and students themselves to share pertinent insight derived from evaluation and observation.
Some students’ profiles specifically indicate additional support or enrichment, and at times our program can provide these via fee-based specialists in both individual and small group settings by working in consultation with classroom teachers. The goal is always to further differentiate instruction in ways that will inspire successful lifelong learners.