Along with our full day school program we also offer additional programs for our students such as personal tutoring, summer programs and after school activities.

Full Day School

The full day scho­ol program offers a specialized, educational curriculum for students, ages 6-15, with moderate to severe learning disabilities and who have average to above average intelligence. Under the direction of Dr. Casey Crnich, Executive Director, and a faculty of learning disability specialists, each student has access to:

  • A comprehensive learning plan that links specific diagnostic information, with specialized instruction, modified curricula and other related services (e.g., occupational therapy, counseling, speech therapy).
  • Intensive, one-to-one assistance using state-of-the-art materials and methods to address specific learning difficulties.

Summer School

Hyde Park Day School offers an intensive multi-sensory language arts and math program for students with learning disabilities, in 2nd through 8th grades. Students can enroll in either or both programs.

Learn More about Summer School
Apply for Summer School

For current and former HPDS students, and newly-accepted students, click here to access the Registration Form for the Summer Programs. Applications will not be considered until all required documents are received. We will notify you when we have received the completed application. Please download and complete the documents below.  Submit completed applications and required documents via email to: Ruthie Swibel


Updates About Our Summer Program

Hyde Park Day School is thrilled to expand the reach of our work transforming the lives of students with learning disabilities. Our 6-week summer program, historically reserved for students with a diagnosis of a learning disability, is now open to applicants currently in first through third grades who have not received a diagnosis, but are struggling in core academic areas, including reading, spelling, and math. Young students can have academic challenges ranging from subtle to more prominent, but might not receive an official diagnosis until the optimal time to provide remediation has passed.

Hyde Park Day School is following the well-established science of reading research; earlier intervention provides better outcomes. By expanding our program, we aim to equip more children with the skills, strategies, and self-understanding they need to reach their academic and personal potential.

We want to build a solid foundation for these children, empowering them with evidence-based remediation before their academic struggles can impact their self-esteem.

Click here for a detailed description of the summer program. Click here for a teacher evaluation for summer school only applicants

Assistive Technology Class

Hyde Park Day School also offers a summer Assistive Technology Class for bright students who have learning disabilities.  The class will introduce skills in assistive technology that bolster reading, writing and spelling.

Learn More about the Assistive Technology Class

Application for the Assistive Technology Class

Non-HPDS students who are applying for the Assistive Technology Class only (not summer school) will need to submit a:

Please submit completed application and required documents via email to Ruthie Swibel

For current and former HPDS students, and newly-accepted students, click here to access the Registration Form for the Summer Programs.  Please complete the form and submit via email to Ruthie Swibel


Facilitated by the learning disability specialists, this program offers:

  • Individualized tutoring to assist students in meeting the academic requirements of their school.
  • Diagnostic teaching that will provide students and their families with immediate access to specialized educational assistance and understanding of the student’s learning strengths and areas for improvement.
  • Identification of students who may need the services of the full day program.

Extracurricular Activities

HPDS offers multiple after school programs that run during the fall, winter, and spring. Each session is approximately 9-10 weeks, and costs around $10 per week per student. Our classes change each semester depending upon teacher availability and student interest. Past activities have included:

  • Photography
  • Yoga
  • Cooking
  • Jewelry making
  • Guitar
  • Open Gym
  • Art Club
Does Hyde Park Day School feel like a great fit for your child?