The June Shelton School

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The June Shelton School
15720 Hillcrest Road 75248
Dallas, Dallas County, Texas 75248
United States
Coordinates 32°57′48″N 96°47′08″W / 32.963312°N 96.785488°W / 32.963312; -96.785488Coordinates: 32°57′48″N 96°47′08″W / 32.963312°N 96.785488°W / 32.963312; -96.785488
Type Private
Denomination Non-Denominational
Founded 1976
Founder Dr. June Ford Shelton
Head of school Linda Kneese
Staff 250
Grades Pre-K - 12
Enrollment 850
Student to teacher ratio 6:1
Color(s) Blue and White         
Athletics 19 sports
Mascot Charger
Accreditation Independent Schools Association of the Southwest (ISAS)
Tuition $24000

The June Shelton School is a private school (grades K-12) founded for the treatment or accommodation of learning different (LD) children in Dallas, Texas (USA). It gives quick access to the Shelton organizations the Evaluation Center, Speech Clinic, and Outreach Center. Shelton, founded by Dr. June Ford Shelton in 1976, has grown in over 35 years into an international demonstration, resource and research center. Beginning in 2003, Shelton received research grants to help provide more answers for the LD population. The Early Intervention Program helps children with significant oral language disorders. Data on the most effective services is being analyzed. The Center for Advanced ADHD Research, Treatment and Education (CAARTE) is investigating sub types of ADHD and non-medication treatments. This study is in collaboration with UTSW Medical Center and UTD Center for BrainHealth. The school mascot is a Charger and the colors are blue and white.


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