What makes PRIDE’s reading and writing instruction different?

PRIDE’s reading and writing program is based on Orton-Gillingham research and uses the multisensory elements of listening, seeing, touching, and moving.

PRIDE’s structured program follows a routine that begins with recognition of the letters, the sounds of the letters, and the sounds of letter combinations (phonemes). We first build a strong foundation for each student, fill in reading gaps from the past, and then move forward, step-by-step through practice and repetition.

In addition to the one-on-one lessons with a certified PRIDE teacher, the students also utilize the latest advances in computer based reading technology to enhance learned concepts through a familiar multi-media interface. The Pride approach is unique in its ability to help students build lasting memories of learned concepts. Every child at PRIDE becomes an independent and confident reader!

(Learn more about the Orton-Gillingham method.)