Our Programs

Who Comes to Morrison Programs?

Students ranging from low average to intellectually gifted ability and have some type of interference with their ability to achieve their potential in a conventional school setting seek help through Morrison School programs.  Such interference may be any or a combination of the following:

  • Reading Disability and/or Math Disability
  • Written Language Disability ~ Getting information down on paper in a legible and/or coherent manner
  • Language Processing Problems ~ Trouble comprehending and interpreting what he or she reads and/or hears
  • Attention Deficit Disorder ~ A combination of inattention, impulsivity, hyperactivity, disorganization, poor tracking of time and materials, difficulty working independently, difficulty meeting responsibilities, emotional volatility, social immaturity, forgetfulness, difficulty taking tests, and difficulty with homework
  • Superior Intellect and/or Other Specific Gifts and Talents ~ Bored, unchallenged, and underachieving students in conventional programs
  • Personal and/or Social Problems ~ Poor work habits, low self-esteem, anxieties, or social imperception