Those with dyslexia are bright and have many strengths, yet have cognitive barriers to learning to read, write, spell or do math at the same rate as their peers.
This year’s class of 24 graduates amassed a total of 46 acceptances to post-secondary institutions and over $93,900 in scholarships!
On January 20th, The Fraser Academy Robotics Team competed at the Heritage Woods Secondary in Port Moody. The field included 53 teams from schools throughout the province.
As we close this series of posts, and reflect on what people often refer to as the season of giving, as well as bringing family and community together, it is important to consider the underlying essence: doing good and creating the right change.
There is a growing body of research that shows investing in children with language-based learning differences, like dyslexia, will change the future of the workforce.