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Why Academy of Whole Learning

An accredited and nationally acclaimed School of Excellence, Academy of Whole Learning is the only private school in the state that is specifically designed for students with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) or related learning differences.  Offering a complete school program, we help our students succeed in a positive and unique educational environment that understands and supports their neurological, physical, social and emotional needs. Our expertly-trained staff provides a multi-sensory, hands-on learning experience that gives students the opportunity to truly enjoy learning. Each of our students receive an individually planned education, customized to each student’s current developmental level and individual learning needs.  Our curriculum is based on Common Core State Standards, but is taught at their instructional level.  Using small class sizes (8-10 students) and a blended teaching model, we also teach essential life skills, and social awareness and interaction. Most importantly, students at Academy of Whole Learning enjoy meaningful membership in our school community.  Our students experience a safe, supportive learning environment where they feel physically and emotionally secure.   Together, our students are engaged and motivated to learn and grow.  Our integrated program is a journey that enables our students – who may have struggled in traditional environments – to become confident, independent, self-advocates who are prepared for their next steps in life.

Words From Wyayn

  • DysgraphiaOctober 18, 2017 - 7:39 am

    By: Wyayn Rasmussen October is National Learning Disabilities Awareness Month  The most common learning disabilities are dyslexia (reading), dyscalculia (math) and dysgraphia (writing). Read below for more information on dyscalculia.  Dyscalculia is a learning issue that affects kids’ ability to do math. It doesn’t just impact them at school. Dyscalculia can create difficulties in daily […]

 

One of our students has been raised @Wilco and is stoked they are in #Minneapolis! He is representing #Wilco proudly here at @AOWL_MN for their last night in town #autism #nonprofitschool #education #music #palacetheater #similarlearningdifferences @TheCurrent

Congratulations Jenny Dempsey, you are our #GTMD17 drawing winner! Jenny won $50 by helping us spread the word about our cause through social media, thank you for your support. Thanks to all that shared, we look forward to hosting similar contests in the future #autism #support

WIN $50& help spread the word at the same time! Retweet this to be entered! This year we are raising funds for a Sensory Motor Room, our goal is $6,000. Consider donating to our #GiveMN page https://t.co/dfgqcf0Zx5 … #GTMD17 #autism #nonprofit #GivetotheMaxDay #GTMD2017 #school

Help us spread the word& WIN $50 at the same time! Retweet this to be entered! This year we are raising funds for a Sensory Motor Room, our goal is $6,000. Consider donating to our #GiveMN page https://t.co/dfgqcf0Zx5 #GTMD17 #autism #nonprofit #GivetotheMaxDay #GTMD2017 #school

Benefits of martial arts to mental health-It stimulates the natural brain chemicals that improve mood, anxiety, focus, self-control, memory, and judgment. The physical benefits of practicing karate include improved balance, flexibility, and strength. Karate is 1/6 clubs we offer!

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