The Vincent Smith School


Well-known for its individualized program for students with learning disabilities (LD), such as ADD/ADHD, LD (Dyslexia/Dyscalculia/Dysgraphia), Nonverbal LD, Auditory Processing Disorder, and Expressive/Receptive Language Disorders. The Vincent Smith School is a small community that nurtures and supports each of its students (boys and girls in grades 3-12) as though they are part of a large family.

Vincent Smith School students receive a New York State High School diploma with more than 85 % continuing their education by attending college.


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Admissions and Academics

The Vincent Smith School will consider for admission any pupil of average or above average intelligence who shows promise of being able to meet the School’s academic standards.

The School is a small learning community that provides an individualized supportive and structured environment to students with learning disabilities.

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Enrichment Activities

Vincent Smith School provides a variety of enrichment activities to help promote self-esteem and positive social experiences.

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The Alumni Portal is a private social network available to all graduates and former staff members to help them stay connected to the School and to each other.

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