In-school Services

The Learning Center’s certified, special education teachers, occupational therapists, speech/language pathologists, counselors, behavior aides, and diagnosticians easily push into schools to support children who may need more assistance than what their school can provide.  Services are contracted with the parent and schedules are arranged with the school’s educators to maximize a child’s learning potential.  A minimum of 60 minutes is required for an in-school session.  The frequency, duration, and type of service are based upon each child’s needs.  Children do not need to have a disability to receive push in services.

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2019-2020 Partner Schools

Andrews Academy
Arch Community School
Biome
Carondelet Leadership Academy
The Christian Academy
Christian Academy of Greater St. Louis
City Academy
City Garden Montessori
The College School
Community School
Confluence Charter Schools
Eagle College Prep Schools
Forsyth Community School
Ferguson-Florissant School District
Friends of Kids with Cancer
Hawthorn Leadership Academy
Hawthorn Psychiatric Hospital
Kairos Academies
KIPP Schools
Lafayette Preparatory Academy
La Salle Middle School
Lemay Child and Family Center
Lift for Life
Logos
Lutheran High School North
MAP St. Louis
Mary Queen of Peace School
MICDS
Miriam School
Miriam Academy
Normandy School District
North County Christian School
Northside Community School
Orchard Farms School District
Ritenour Early Childhood Center
Riverview Gardens School District
Rohan Woods
Saul Mirowitz Jewish Community School
St. Louis Language Immersion School
Soulard School
St. Louis Priory
St. Michael School of Clayton
Torah Prep School
UMSL Child Development Center
Villa di Maria Montessori
Villa Duchesne and Oak Hill
Visitation Academy Lower School
The Wilson School
YWCA Early Childhood Head Start Programs (multiple locations)

Many in-school services in St. Louis City are funded through the the Learning Center’s Corporate Sponsors: Stupp Foundation and Cornelsen Family Charitable Foundation.

Several services for students who are residents of St. Louis County are provided through the St. Louis County Children’s Service Fund.

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