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Posted on June 24, 2016

Less Than 10 Spaces Remaining At Eaton Arrowsmith’s Schools

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The end of the school year is usually a time for celebration.  For many families, however, it is just another reminder that learning struggles continue year after year, often eroding self esteem along the way.

What if there was a way to get to the root of learning difficulties – by strengthening one’s capacity to learn, as opposed to accommodating for or working around one’s struggles. How many more opportunities for success would open up if one’s potential can be independently reached?

The word is spreading about Eaton Arrowsmith. Our alumni are successfully attending high school and university, and securing jobs in their chosen field, as a result of strengthening their capacity for learning. As a result, our schools in White Rock and Vancouver, BC and Redmond, Washington, for children and adults, are nearly full. Magnussen School is at capacity, however we welcome families to join our waitlist.

*Less than 10 spaces remain at our sites for a September 2016 start – why not make this the year where the worrying stops, confidence increases, and the academic and social gaps start to close.

Contact us now to explore possibilities at Eaton Arrowsmith. admissions@eatonarrowsmith.com or 604-264-8327. Referrals are welcome and are how most families learn about us!

* 10 additional spaces will be available at our young adult centre, Eaton Cognitive Improvement Centre in Vancouver as of January 2017.

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