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Do you like Ben & Jerry's? One Siena family visited the Ben & Jerry's Ice Cream Factory in Vermont this summer! They saw the flavor graveyard - flavors like blueberry and pina colada are buried there. #SienaOnTheGo ...

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2 days ago

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Our faculty came back from summer break this week and are getting ready for the start of the school year! ...

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3 days ago

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A Siena family enjoyed snacking at Lake Luzerne, NY this summer! #SienaOnTheGo ...

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4 days ago

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A Siena family made it to the Mt. Washington Summit in New Hampshire this summer! It was 40 degrees at the top with 37mph winds. Make sure to send us your #SienaOnTheGo photos before school starts! ...

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5 days ago

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Click to see the new dance floor that was installed in the Teatro this summer! ...

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The Siena School prepares bright, college-bound students with language-based learning differences, such as dyslexia, to become confident, curious learners who understand their personal strengths and gain the tools and strategies to excel.

To accomplish this mission, The Siena School

  • Focuses on individual student learning strengths and gifts;

  • Ensures highly individualized and personalized instructional attention;

  • Employs research-based and multisensory instructional techniques;

  • Provides appropriate curricular accommodations and adaptations to allow all students to access a rigorous curriculum of high standards;

  • Uses the very best research, resources, strategies and staff to be a national model for educating students with language-based learning differences.

Our program is designed for students with mild to moderate needs who experience a discrepancy between their intellectual abilities and academic achievement in one or more areas such as reading, writing, oral expression or math.

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