Ryken Studies Program
- $4.2 million total scholarships offered to 32 Ryken graduates from the class of 2019
- 40 students maximum accepted into the Ryken program each year
Ryken Studies is named for the founder of the Xaverian Brothers and is a college preparatory program designed for highly motivated students who have been diagnosed with mild learning differences. We prepare students for success in college and help them become autonomous learners by developing and reinforcing compensation strategies for each student’s learning difference(s).
This program assists students in their core courses using varied teaching styles and strategies that focus on skill development in smaller group settings. By junior year, most students move into the College Prep, Honors, AP, and IB Programs as they prepare for college.
- How does my child apply for the Ryken Program?
- How do I know if the Ryken Studies Program is appropriate for my child?
- If accepted into the program, is my child required to take all Ryken classes?
- What are Ryken classes?
- If it is decided that my child does not need the program, what will happen to the application?
- Are there any additional charges for the Ryken Program?
- What is the Ryken Summer School Program?
- How will teachers be advised of my child's needs?
- How am I notified of my child's academic progress?