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Learning Disability Schools in Brooklyn

Brooklyn Frontiers High School

Brooklyn Frontiers High School, is a small public high school in downtown Brooklyn that exclusively serves high-needs, over-age students at risk of dropping out. The school partners with Good Shepherd Services to provide students with holistic services; each student is matched with a dedicated “coach” who guides them in achieving their academic and personal goals.

112 Schermerhorn Street
Brooklyn, NY 11201

  • Phone: 718-722-4727
  • Fax: 718-722-7919

Brooklyn Frontiers High School Website

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Gesher Yehuda Yesheva

K-12 school for students with a range of learning disabilities.

49 Avenue T
Brooklyn, NY, 11223

  • Phone: 718-714-7400
  • Fax: 718-714-9075
  • E-mail:

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The Sterling School

Grades 2-6 school serving students with language based learning disabilities.

299 Pacific Street
Brooklyn, NY 11201

  • Phone: 718-625-3502
  • Fax: 718-625-7393

The Sterling School

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Mary McDowell Friends School

Serves K-12 students with a variety of learning disabilities

Elementary School

20 Bergen Street
Brooklyn, NY 11201
Phone: 718-625-3939

Middle School

133-135 Summit Street
Brooklyn, NY 11231
Phone: 718-858-1707

Upper School

23 Sidney Place
Brooklyn, NY 11201
Phone: 718-855-0141

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Ohr Halimud - The Multi-Sensory Learning Center

Serves children and young adults with dyslexia through a variety of programs

Programs include:

  • Ohr HaLimud Girls School
  • Boys Yeshiva program
  • After School tutoring

1681 42nd Street
Brooklyn, NY 11204

  • Phone: 718-972-0170 (Ext. 101)
  • Fax: 718-705-5755

Ohr HaLimud Contact Form
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Catherine Laboure School

Offers a 12-month program for students with a variety of learning disabilities grades K-8

744 East 87th Street
Brooklyn, NY 11236

Phone: 718-449-1857

Catherine Laboure School

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