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Check out our group offerings. Choices include experiential art and reading programs appropriate for any child’s learning style. Morning, evenings and Saturdays.

 

Select a class title below to view details, sign up and pay online.

 

In order by Date

Fall ACT Prep Dec 9th Exam
Starts: Oct 30 at 6:30pm
Registration Deadline: Dec 01 (11pm)

ACT Prep Feb. Exam
Starts: Dec 11 at 6:30pm
Registration Deadline: Feb 01 (11pm)

ACT Prep April Exam
Starts: Feb 12 at 6:30pm
Registration Deadline: Apr 01 (11pm)

ACT Prep - June 9th Exam
Starts: Apr 16 at 6:30pm
Registration Deadline: Jun 01 (11pm)

ACT Exam July 14, 2018 Exam
Starts: Jun 11 at 6:30pm
Registration Deadline: Jul 01 (11pm)

 

 

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Announcements

New Dyslexia Resource in Des Moines!
October 11 2017
Coping with Dyslexia - Check out Restorative Counseling DSM. Helping local residents deal with the social and emotional issues that accompany dyslexia.

Prepare for the ACT! Schedule is here!
August 24 2017
Our 2017/2018 ACT Prep Classes are starting! Click here for ACT help and how to earn A's on HS and college papers. Too many students do excellent work, but are docked on the mechanics of writing. Our Prep Class teaches the skills to succeed on the ACT and life.



Recent Blog Posts

Dyslexia Got You Down?
October 11 2017
Dyslexia is more than struggling to read and spell. It makes many people affected by it feel inadequate, and "not as good" as others. Read about local services that can help!

Quality Tutors / Most Up-to-Date Training
June 23 2017
All of our tutors receive in-person, training from Wilson Reading System staff. No other dyslexia learning center in the metro invests in their staff's training like Aspire Academy.

Retraining the Dyslexic Reading Brain
May 18 2017
When a child with dyslexia begins learning to read, they begin using areas on the right side of the brain. Dyslexia therapy will teach them to use the more efficient left-side of the brain when reading.



Customer Comments

" I could write a book about the problems we had regarding our son and his learning disability. He was finally diagnosed at UW Madison. We sent him to a special reading camp in Northern Wisconsin for two summers which used the Orton Gillingham method only to have his regular teachers ignore everything he learned so he would back slide. I had a boss who trained pilots during the war who told me that when schools stopped teaching phonics you could see these kids coming out of the woodwork. But no one wants to listen. Yes, we can cut back on our education budgets and use that money to build more prisons because that is where a lot of our young people with disabilities will end up. God bless you for having a program to help these young people. Thank you."

★★★★★
Sandy W.
Des Moines, IA