Winston Preparatory School

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Winston Preparatory School WinstonPrep logo.jpg
Manhattan, New York
Norwalk, Connecticut Whippany, NJ

Coordinates 40°44′23″N 73°59′49″W / 40.73979°N 73.9969°W / 40.73979; -73.9969Coordinates: 40°44′23″N 73°59′49″W / 40.73979°N 73.9969°W / 40.73979; -73.9969
Type Independent School for Learning DIfferences
Motto Education for the individual
Established 1981
Executive Director
Scott Bezsylko
Faculty 130
Grades 4-12
Enrollment 430
Color(s) Blue/White
Mascot Winston the Bull Dog
17th Street
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The Winston Preparatory School [1] is a co-ed school for students with learning disabilities (such as dyslexia, ADHD, and NVLD) in grades 4-12. The school has campuses in New York City, Norwalk, Connecticut, and Whippany, NJ. The organization also operates a post-secondary "Transitions" in New York City.


Winston Preparatory School is chartered by the State of New York and is a member of ISAAGNY, NYSAIS[1], NEASC, and NAIS. The New York School is accredited by NYSAIS and NEASC. The organization also has a research and public outreach division called the "Winston Innovation Lab".

Learning Support Center[edit]

The Learning Support Center offers academic support, speech and language therapy and educational assistance for adults and K-12 students. Sessions take place after-school.

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  1. ^ a b "Winston Preparatory School". "New York State Association of Independent Schools". Retrieved 2010-11-17. 

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