The DePaul Program
"As students in the DePaul program develop and grow, they teach us that an individual’s learning style takes many forms, all of which are special. The way these students view the world around them helps all of us to openly view the extraordinary nature of their daily journey at Mount Saint Joseph."
The DePaul Program is a four-year program designed for college-bound students with specifically diagnosed mild learning/language disabilities such as, dyslexia, dysgraphia, or other language-related difficulties. The program’s goal is to help each student recognize and nurture his strengths while improving his overall performance in the classroom.
Students will be enrolled in the same academic classes as other students at Mount Saint Joseph. However, students in the DePaul program will receive accommodations when necessary. Some accommodations may include:
Extended testing times
Assistance with note taking
The Mount believes academic excellence is an achievable goal for all students as each one learns and grows according to their individual talents.
For more information about the DePaul Program, contact: Mrs. Kate Chapman, Director of Special Programs 410-644-3300 X259 e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.