For many parents it feels like the school year just started, but Riverside School has already received many inquiries about admission for the following school year.... READ MORE.
John Tuscan “Tuc” Baldecchi began showing signs of a learning disability at a very early age. After educational testing with a brilliant local psychologist and a complete battery of tests by the City of Richmond Schools it was determined at the age of six that he had dysgraphia, dyslexia and ADHD.... READ MORE.
After working as the weekend sports anchor for WRICTV, 8NEWS here in Richmond for almost two years I am reminded of how fortunate I am to be in this position. Many years ago I was a student at Riverside, struggling to adjust to my dyslexia and ADD, a process that even to this day continues in each situation I face.... READ MORE.
I am Emily Harvey and I’m a Riverside alumna currently at VCU. I began exhibiting characteristics of dyslexia at a very young age. At my public elementary school, the teachers and administration didn’t understand me and didn’t know how to teach someone like me.... READ MORE.
Parents are often looking for easy ways to incorporate multisensory techniques when working with their children at home. One of Riverside School’s favorite recommendations is pencil facilitation.... READ MORE.