Learning Prep School

Tel: (617)965-0764
  • Learning Prep School is an innovative educational milieu for students with language and learning disabilities. Understanding that language skills are the basis for all learning, LPS's unique curriculum integrates the teaching of language skills in all subjects.
  • Serving students from communities throughout New England, LPS is the only school specifically designed for language-impaired students within the region.
  • Our record of accomplishment is also unique.  While most language-impaired students fare poorly in the public schools, many students who enter LPS early in their academic lives are able to return to the public school setting.
  • Having learned the necessary compensatory strategies, these students often complete high school and find employment.
  • Older students who enter LPS, later graduate, choosing to go on to higher education or work.
  • The Learning Prep School (LPS) has been providing language and learning-disabled students with such an educational milieu since 1970.

School Overview

School TypeSpecial Education School
Grades OfferedGrades 3-12
Offers Post-Graduate YearYes
ADD/ADHD SupportYes
Learning Difference ProgramsYes
Learning Programs SupportedLanguage-based learning disabilities
Year Founded1970

Student Body

Total Students200 students
Student Body TypeCo-ed

Academics and Faculty

Average Class Size8 students
Classroom Dress CodeCasual

Finances and Admission

Admission DeadlineNone / Rolling
Yearly Tuition Cost$41,624
Admissions DirectorKorina Martin
Admissions AssociateDebby Worcester

School Notes

  • Learning Prep School is an innovative educational  milieu for students with language and learning disabilities. Understanding that language skills are the basis for all learning, LPS's unique curriculum integrates the teaching of language skills in all subjects. Serving students from communities throughout New England, LPS is the only school specifically designed for language-impaired students within the region. Our record of accomplishment is also unique. While most language-impaired students fare poorly in the public schools, many students who enter LPS early in their academic lives are able to return to the public school setting. Having learned the necessary compensatory strategies, these students often complete high school and find employment. Older students who enter LPS, later graduate, choosing to go on to higher education or work. The Learning Prep School (LPS) has been providing language and learning-disabled students with such an educational milieu since 1970.
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