Sarah and Emily opened Quite Write Educational Services in Arizona in 2016. As masters level teachers with 30 combined years of teaching experience, both stepped out of traditional education to focus on their young, growing families. During this time, both felt led to open their doors to students and families whose needs were not being met in the traditional school setting. Their learning center focuses on exceptional learners: students preschool age through high school who have unique learning needs and do not flourish in the traditional education or typical homeschool setting.
Their learning center services neuro-divergent and neuro-typical students in an inclusive, mixed-age model. Roughly 50% of their students have learning differences (ADHD, autism, anxiety, OCD, dyslexia, low processing speed, giftedness, and other learning disabilities) while the other half have more “typical” learning styles. This allows students to learn from each other, pattern positive behaviors, flourish academically and emotionally, grow in empathy, and learn leadership skills.
Sarah and Emily’s mission is to serve the students and families who need an alternative option for education. This account provides scholarships to offset the cost of the educational therapies and services provided at Quite Write Education.