WOW! has an option for every learner and family.
WOW! consultants know the best schools, programs and private therapists available in the Phoenix-metro area. WOW! offers:
Consultative support and research to help parents make the best school selection for child(ren), including school visits and interviews
Identification of the best programs, evaluators, and therapists to meet child(ren)'s needs
In-depth schools analysis and comparisons to help court-appointed parenting coordinators facilitate the mediation of school selection disagreements and disputes between parents
Development of customized home and school behavior management plans, including ongoing coaching for parents and caregivers
Want to ensure that you find the program and/or school that's the most perfect fit for your child(ren)? WOW! has all the resources to help you do it!
WOW! consultants are experts in best educational practices, laws and policies. WOW! advocates for your child(ren) by providing:
Support for parents to determine what their child might need at school, and from which type of supports and services a child might benefit outside of school
Initiation, development and close management of Special Education services, specifically including IEP's and and Section 504 plans
Collaboration with school teaching teams and administration to ensure that the child’s unique needs are being met in the most constructive, positive and caring ways
Advocacy for what is truly best for the student, including issues related to learning and emotional disabilities
Frustrated or just not sure where or how to get extra support for your child? WOW! provides the support you need!
WOW! educators are master teachers, reading specialists, certified, instructional experts and learning specialists. WOW! teachers facilitate:
In-home instruction for PK-12th grade students
Targeted academic support for maximum growth, increasing confidence and reaching highest academic potential
Invested, warm and personal rapports between students and tutors
Academic instruction in math, reading, writing, organization, and/or executive functioning skills
Customized instruction based on each student’s unique needs, including ongoing communication with families and classroom teachers
Comprehensive, regular assessments and reports on student progress
Does your child need more than your school can offer? WOW! provides all the extra support they need!
International Student Placements
WOW! places international exchange students in U.S. high schools. The WOW! team manages:
Identification of appropriate schools (both private and public), and management of student housing options, including student placements in supervised dormitory settings
Strong working relationships with local high schools to facilitate student enrollment and continued oversight of each student’s school program, including any and all advocacy and/or support services as needed
Work with local high schools to determine space and deadlines for exchange student enrollment
Collaboration with appropriate agencies to ensure that international students have all necessary paperwork and clearances to enroll and attend high school in the U.S.
Do you need help in finding and overseeing the right placement for your international student? WOW! can manage all the details.
What parents and students are saying about WOW!
“The WOW! Custom Education team has made an incredible difference in our lives by providing professional services and support with a custom curriculum to meet the needs of our daughter. Homeschool has been an amazing experience with caring and supportive teachers. The monthly reports are detailed and very comprehensive. We could not be happier, and our daughter has discovered her love for learning again!”
— Sarah, parent of 3rd grade student
“We are impressed with how much has been accomplished in such a short amount of time.”
— Carolyn, parent of 7th grade student
“My child is happy, excited, motivated and looks forward to school every day.”
— John, parent of 9th grade student
“My favorite part about homeschooling is having a new way of learning and understanding why we are learning something.”
— Ella, 8th grade student