All students that struggle with learning, need direct guidance, or simply want oversight and extra support are welcome to utilize the program regardless of their learning differences or disability.
Our research-backed program is modeled after college support systems to best prepare students for independent success. Each year, students are guided through best practices for supporting their learning differences with the goal of developing greater degrees of self-advocacy and academic ownership.
Equip Students with Strategies
The LAP at Maranatha is not a special needs program and we are unable to offer academic modifications. However, we can provide any therapist-recommended accommodations along with academic guidance, intervention, and direct support for students with learning differences. The program also administers testing accommodations in the classroom as well as College Board accommodations for the PSAT, SAT, and AP tests.
Our students have had great success in improving failing classes and maintaining high grades, developing confidence and growth mindsets along the way. Program graduates have been accepted to top colleges and research universities, equipped with the strategies and support systems needed to succeed.