Every adolescent has a unique learning style. For a child struggling with mental, emotional and learning disorders, a conventional academic environment may become a roadblock to learning and succeeding. LOGOS goes beyond the traditional classroom to meet every student where they are academically and work with them in a structured but flexible manner. Our 21 highly-skilled teachers develop and implement individual academic plans that provide the attention needed for academic growth and success. Our 6:1 student-teacher ratio allows teachers to adjust their teaching styles and help students address underlying learning challenges. LOGOS provides accredited academics, state approved curriculum, honors and remedial courses, National Honor Society opportunities and a well-known art program.
Common elective classes offered throughout the year include: Yearbook, Creative Writing, Current Events, Gardening, Debate and Discussion, Community Service, Art Mural, College Planning, Music Appreciation, Conservation and Ecology.
Our teachers and therapists work together in partnership with students’ families to develop individualized plans specific to each student’s time at LOGOS. These plans combine the academics and life skills needed meet or exceed each student’s aspirations for the future. Our goal is to ensure that their academic success and therapeutic growth is strong, allowing them to go on to greater success when they leave LOGOS.
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- Special Education certified and Masters-level teachers
- 11-month program divided into six academic terms
- Honors level courses
- Credit recovery
- Individualized academic plans
- Self-contained middle school classrooms
- Integration of social skills training in the classroom
- Individualized instruction classes
Students learn most effectively by means of a student-centered, discovery-oriented teaching method emphasizing skills more than content.
Various learning styles used:
- In 2018, our average ACT score was 24.4; State of Missouri average was 20
- Annually 15% of students successfully mainstream and go on to graduate from their home schools
- 98% of LOGOS students graduate from high school
- 92% of LOGOS students advance to post-secondary education
LOGOS provides therapy and academics to students in crisis, families that are dealing with school refusal and to teens struggling with any number of emotional challenges. We are experts in dealing with challenges like Anxiety, Attachment Disorder, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, Autism Spectrum Disorder, Bipolar Disorder, Depression, eating disorders, learning challenges, low self-esteem, Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder, Oppositional Defiant Disorder, poor motivation, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, relationship challenges, and school refusal.