Hamilton School At Wheeler

A school-within-a-school where skilled faculty meet students’ learning differences with the individualized instruction that leads to success.

Since 1988, The Hamilton School at Wheeler has served elementary and middle school children who have great overall cognitive ability, but who struggle with reading, organization and study skills due to dyslexia, attention-deficit disorder (ADHD), executive function deficits or other learning differences.  We believe — and prove daily — that our students can learn these important skills and meet the highest expectations.

Hamilton students are also taught to advocate for themselves and others with learning differences. In 2019, the Rhode Island Legislature presented commendations to Hamilton students and young alumni who testified on behalf of legislation for dyslexic students in the State.

For more information, contact Jon Green, Director of The Hamilton School at Wheeler. Numerous resources, events and information about learning differences can also be found at our Hamilton Institute for Outreach and Advocacy.

Introducing the Polaris Program for High School

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Watch last year’s Hamilton Life Achievement Award Recipients Sally Taylor and Dean Bragonier at our All-School Assembly here.  Read about Dean Bragonier’s NOTICEABILITY program and Hamilton 8th graders here.

Hamilton 2020 Lifetime Achievement Assembly from Wheeler School Broadcasting on Vimeo.

What is the Dyslexic Advantage?

Listen to a video made by 6th graders at The Hamilton School at Wheeler describing their dyslexia.

Our Voices

The Hamilton School at Wheeler Administration