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Accommodations

Seattle Academy is committed to making the classroom accessible to all students. Accommodations play an important role in helping a student with a diagnosed disability, permanent or temporary physical condition, or permanent or temporary psychological condition access the learning and testing environment. The type of support a student receives is individualized to meet the needs of the student and may include extended time for taking tests, audiobooks, access to a notetaker group, extra breaks during testing, or standardized test accommodations.

Your student might need accommodations if they:

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Regularly need extra time to complete tests

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Write slowly and laboriously

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Read slowly

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Take more time to do math than other students

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Get anxious or frustrated with school work

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Have some other differences that suggest accommodations could be necessary

Middle School Contact

Megan Roberts

Upper School Contact

Jaymie Lewis