At Learning to Serve, we’re all about creating new stories in the lives of students across the State of Georgia.
Here are some of our favorite stories from our recipients, as well as a few testimonies from our business partners.
Max’s public school placement test results indicated that he would not be placed in gifted or high achieving classes, but he also scored high enough that he wouldn’t qualify for any special assistance or services in the classroom. He would be placed in classrooms with 30+ students, without any extra guidance. For someone who struggles to be in big groups, the distractions would be overwhelming. He needed a different choice.
With multiple special needs diagnoses, Ari was struggling in public schools that lacked the resources to serve him. Multiple failed IEPs made Ari and his mom feel hopeless. Then, they found the perfect school for him.
Madi was struggling in a traditional classroom before she found the right fit for her education. “Before attending a private school, I wasn’t sure I could even finish high school, let alone go to college. Now, I’m looking forward to graduating with good grades and going to college. I am excited to go to school everyday.”
Alex Brennan, with East Mountain Development Group, has supported Learning to Serve since 2009. "Financial constraints are oftentimes the limiting factor for whether children attend the school of their choice. We believe that LTS offers families the assistance they...
If you're a parent or student looking to understand how the process works, start here.
Apply for a Learning to Serve scholarship and begin the process.