McGlannan School has been successfully educating students with dyslexia and related language-based learning differences since 1964.

Our Mission

Our mission is to appropriately educate students with dyslexia and other language-based learning differences. We utilize our specialized techniques and unique school structure developed by Frances McGlannan to meet the needs of the whole child.

Our Goal

Our goal is to prepare the child to successfully mainstream at the appropriate time while fostering self­-esteem and maximizing academic potential.

our students

Student Population

Student Population
Students we are not structured to accommodate






Division Directors

Teaching Staff

McGlannan School maintains an exceptional teaching staff of highly educated and certified instructors dedicated to academic success. Our staff is trained and educated in the effective use of McGlannan School’s specific multisensory methods in the classroom and in the reading clinic. Strategies and compensatory skills are taught and reinforced while considering each student’s profile of strengths and weaknesses. Continuous staff development throughout the year enriches our teachers’ abilities to meet both the educational and emotional needs of children with dyslexia and related learning differences.

The beginning

Our History

“Why can’t an intelligent child learn to read and spell as well as his peers instead of living with failure and the threat of adult illiteracy? If we are teaching the blind and the deaf, why can’t we reach these children?” ~Mrs. Frances McGlannan

"These children are as handicapped by the ignorance surrounding the problem, as the problem itself."
Mrs. Frances McGlannan, 1962​

This picture appeared in TIME Magazine along with an article including Frances McGlannan's cutting edge approach to teaching children with dyslexia.
(TIME Magazine, May 13, 1966, Vol. 87, No.19, pg. 56)

Frances McGlannan's Journey


Heads of School —Julia and Michael McGlannan

The school is divided into major levels with a Division Director for each division. These experienced directors supervise curriculum and instruction while continuing to monitor the overall progress of each child. They are the liaison to our parents, teachers, students, psychologists, and other allied professionals while advocating for each child’s overall success.