RISE at School

Our RISE one-to-one remedial instruction is also delivered within school settings. We are currently working at or in collaboration with several public and independent schools.


RISE is for students in grades 1 through 12 who have a suspected or diagnosed learning difference.


RISE in School is offered at participating elementary and secondary schools.

We are able to place instructors directly in your school, or at a neighbouring location that is easily and safely accessed by students during regular school hours.


Sessions are scheduled in collaboration with school staff and teachers to accommodate your child’s existing class schedule.

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Program Description

In our Research-informed Individualized Student Education (RISE) learning support program, students work one-to-one with a qualified instructor on ongoing, remedial support, explicit instruction, tutoring and homework support. The goal of this program is to improve student independence, confidence, and academic success.

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What Does LDS Do?

Through our one-to-one foundational and explicit instruction programs, tutoring, and homework support, LDS empowers unique learners to recognize their own strengths, gain confidence, and achieve lifelong confidence and success inside and outside the classroom.

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Become a Donor

LDS would like to thank CKNW Kids’ Fund for their generous support of this program.
CKNW Kids’ Fund, and other donors, sponsors, and funders like them, make it possible for us to provide bursaries and affordable programs.

If you would like to contribute to our bursary fund, please consider making a monthly or one time donation.

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Thank you to our donors

Our donors play a vital role in sustaining our programming. We are so grateful for their continued support of children and youth in our community with learning differences.