Educational Guidance Program

Academic Guidance Program

At Conway Christian, we recognize that not all students learn at the same rate, or in the same way.  Therefore, we have developed our Academic Guidance program to lend a helping hand, and work to ensure the academic success of every student.  Our program works to identify any issues or struggles as early as possible in order to provide individualized enrichment and intervention to help prevent students from experiencing failure and allow them to reach their maximum potential.

The CCS Academic Guidance Program encompasses the following services:

  • Early Reading Enrichment (PreK-Kdg)
    • Pre-reading / early reading skills screening
    • Phonemic Awareness Training
    • Reading fluency Training
    • Multi-Sensory Instruction
  • Search & Teach Program (Kdg-2nd)
    • Early identification screening for all Kindergarten students to identify those at risk for learning delays or struggles.
    • Individualized enrichment and intervention program for those identified as struggling or at risk for learning differences.
    • Covers all areas of cognitive and perceptual skills which are the foundations of learning success.
  • NILD Discovery Program (3rd – 12th Grades)
    • Educational/Academic achievement assessments for referred students, in order to identify strengths and weakness.
    • A specialized, individualized educational therapy program is then developed, helping students strengthen their areas of deficit so they are no longer handicapped by them.
    • Techniques designed to address students’ specific areas of difficulty and to improve their overall ability to think, reason, and process information.
    • Teaches students HOW to learn, not just WHAT to learn.
  • Speech and Language Therapy Services (K2-12th)
    • Speech/Language Assessments
    • Articulation and Apraxia Therapy
    • Receptive & Expressive Language Intervention
    • Oral-motor Therapy
    • Sensory Processing Assessment and Intervention
  • Classroom Accommodations / 504 Plans (K-12th)
    • Individual accommodations can be written for those students with a documented diagnosis or disability, to accommodate students’ learning styles and specific needs.
    • Accommodations may include extended time, preferential seating, audio or visual assistance, etc.  However, the student’s actual curriculum is not changed or modified.