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Winston School - San Antonio

For those of you who don't know, San Antonio is extremely fortunate to have a Winston School. Winston School is for kids from kindergarten through 12th grade. This school is for kids who learn differently – they work with students with ADHD, dyslexia and hundreds of other learning problems.

The staff has great compassion for each student – they help with the learning challenges plus help them regain their self-respect and give psychological support. These kids are above average in intelligence and are usually extremely gifted with special talents but need support. Our son Jeremy felt he would not be able to graduate from high school until he went to Winston. Not only did he graduate from high school with good grades but he did well in college (maintained a 3.5 through his sophomore year) and is now pursuing a career as a singer-songwriter artist. He has written over 400 original songs with lyrics in less than two years – this is his special talent which he discovered while at Winston.

See: www.myspace.com/jeremyparsonsmusic

Tuition does not cover the actual cost per student – they have scholarships for those who need financial assistance. These require outside donations. This is the time of year which Winston is having a fund raiser.

ANY DONATION IS APPRECIATED!!

To find out more about Winston School, call 210-615-6544 or go online to: www.winston-sa.org

 

More About Giving Opportunities

The Winston School's ability to help an ever-increasing number of children depends on the kindness and generosity of individuals, foundations, the business community, and others making donations and planned gifts. The Winston School San Antonio's commitments to advocating for those minds that learn differently extend well beyond the campus halls. Your donation helps improve the quality of life for a child living in an under-served and misunderstood community.

THE FOLLOWING TESTIMONIAL WHICH COULD HAVE BEEN GIVEN BY ANY PARENT WHO HAS BEEN FAILED MISERABLY BY THE PUBLIC EDUCATION SYSTEM YET HAS HAD THEIR CHILD’S FUTURE SALVAGED BY THE WINSTON SCHOOL'S EDUCATIONAL SYSTEM OF IDENTIFYING YOUR CHILD'S SPECIAL LEARNING NEEDS AND ACCENTUATING YOUR CHILD'S GOD-GIVEN TALENTS:

"The Winston School has turned my son's life around completely. He likes going to school. He is not afraid of being made fun of at school any more. He knows that he learns differently. He knows that teachers are there to help him learn in the way he can understand. This school helps [him] and our family in every way possible. I have never met a bunch of teachers and staff that took so much care and understanding as the faculty at The Winston School. I am forever grateful for them. I thank you all for your generosity in making it possible for [him] to attend The Winston School. He would not be able to attend The Winston School if it was not for your foundation's help."

Winston School Parent such as Jerry and Carolyn Parsons about their son Jeremy.


The Winston School San Antonio depends upon public donations to continue its work. You can help! Making a donation through our secure server is fast and easy, and when we receive your donation, we will send you an acknowledgement in the mail for tax purposes.

To make a donation, go to: www.winston-sa.org/givingopportunities/

 


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