Pathway School Raises More than $61,000 Through Pathway of Hope Campaign
Laguna Hills, Calif. (May 05, 2021) – Pathway School is pleased to announce it raised more than $61,000 through its annual Pathway of Hope fundraiser. Funds raised through the campaign benefit the school by providing tuition assistance to families in need and special education programs to meet the unique needs of students.
“We are very thankful to all of our donors and sponsors for donating to our Pathway of Hope campaign this year. The funds raised will go a long way in helping us grow our academic curriculum, support families in need of our services, as well as provide customized programs for students.” said Lisa Corley, school director. “At Pathway, we understand that all children learn differently, and we work to build on their strengths, unique qualities, and specific needs to overcome learning barriers. We provide a small group approach that instills confidence, respect, self-worth, and a growth mindset.”
Educators at Pathway School use innovative programs and research-based teaching strategies targeted to meet the needs of children who learn differently to ensure a positive future for each child. Pathway School was founded by San Juan Capistrano resident Susie Wenger in 1993 and opened its doors to full-time students from across Orange County in 2002.
About Pathway School
Pathway School is designed for students in 3rd through 8th grades with learning differences related to dyslexia, autism, ADHD, and auditory processing disorder. Pathway School focuses on the individual areas of strength and identified struggles of each student to carefully develop learning programs for specific needs. The school focuses on academics and the social, emotional, and spiritual well-being of a child. The school offers a full time in-person and virtual program, as well as that of a hybrid program that includes a combination of on-site and virtual attendance. Pathway School was established in 1993 dedicated to creating a nurturing environment for nontraditional students. Learn more at www.pathwayschool.net.