Oak Hill provides remediation for students who are experiencing difficulties and have been diagnosed with dyslexia and/or attention deficit disorder (ADD/ADHD).
Oak Hill opened in 2006. In 2002 Oak Foundation committed to the first European replication of the Hill Center, Durham, North Carolina, USA.
Having observed the Hill Center programme, and the results they produced for several years, Oak Foundation pledge to create a similar facility for students diagnosed with dyslexia/Attention deficit disorder in Switzerland.
After more than 10 years successfully supporting students and families in the Geneva area, Oak Hill continues to work in partnership with local Anglophone schools.
Commitment to research
Oak Hill replicates the Hill Center methodology. The Hill Center is a pioneer in its rigorous attention to research and it has documented student gains through extensive testing and analysis for more than 35 years.
A 10-year Research Study was conducted by the independent research organisation Research Triangle Institute (RTI), on student progress at the Hill Center.
The results of this Study validate the efficacy of the Hill Methodology and indicate that students improved their skills significantly and more quickly in reading, written language and maths using this methodology than would otherwise have been expected.
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