Hope Graham Program
The Hope Graham Program at Bancroft School serves students in grades 2-8 with average to advanced cognitive abilities who present with diagnosed language-based learning differences. These may include difficulty with reading, writing, listening, expressive language, and executive functioning skills. HGP is a program that provides students with the tools and support to be able to take advantage of a Bancroft School education in a fully inclusive environment.
Questions about the Hope Graham Program? Get in touch with our Admissions Team via email us at email@example.com or call 508-462-9401. For more information about the program, we encourage you to submit an inquiry below.
The HGP Difference: Why choose our program?
HGP students are integrated into every facet of Bancroft across all grade levels, including classes, projects, clubs, music & drama programs, robotics and technology, after-school activities, and athletics allowing them hands-on learning and daily opportunities for collaboration with non-HGP peers
- Grade level cohorts are no more than eight students each, allowing for individualized instruction that supports students' needs while highlighting their strengths
- Students receive individualized instruction by expert teachers in decoding, vocabulary, comprehension, spelling, reading fluency, writing, and math
- A systematic, multi-sensory approach to teaching reading based upon the philosophy of Orton-Gillingham
- Training in the latest assistive technologies, ensuring that HGP students can access content and demonstrate their learning without barriers
"There is transformative power within our Hope Graham Program. We witness positive changes in everything from academic skills to their sense of self-efficacy and self-advocacy."
- HGP Faculty