The Winston Difference
We are nationally recognized for our success in educating students with learning differences; we utilize students’ areas of strength to help compensate for learning challenges. Winston is accredited by the Independent Schools Association of the Southwest (ISAS) and is a member of the Texas Private School Association (TPSA).
With an average class size of nine students, teachers continuously monitor student progress and design the most effective teaching strategies for each child. Testing services pinpoint a student’s challenges and strengths, and specialized instruction and individual attention are available when needed.
On average, Winston faculty earn more than 30 professional development hours each year. Our teachers pursue rigorous programs to ensure they are immersed in the very latest strategies for teaching children who learn differently. Two-thirds of the faculty and administration hold advanced degrees.
Winston serves as a repository of information on educating students who learn differently. Whether through our acclaimed Symposium and Winston Learning Series or through serving as a host campus for practicum students, we actively make an effort to keep community members informed about a variety of topics and best practices regarding students with learning differences.
The use of advanced technology throughout the school enhances our students’ unique learning styles. Available technology includes The Digital Innovation Lab, Interactive ViewBoard Displays, iPad classroom carts, 3D Printers, Robotics for every classroom, Veative educational 3D glasses carts for all grade levels, Cybersecurity laptops, educational resources for use at home and school, and one on one Chromebooks for every student.
Preparation for the Future:
We are committed to ensuring that our students have the tools they need to succeed in their future endeavors. In addition to offering the opportunity to enroll in dual credit college courses, we have a highly successful college and career counseling program.