Whether with a student, parent, client, employee, educator or professional, Shelton commits to share our considerable expertise and experience with integrity, purpose and professionalism.
From local to international, onsite and online, Shelton provides instructional training for educators, parents and the community. Shelton’s curriculum is widely recognized as best-of-class delivered by only the most experienced and skilled instructors.LEARN MORE
The Shelton Evaluation Center offers a comprehensive picture of functioning for individuals of all ages. From a team of highly trained professionals, each client receives a roadmap for success after establishing a learning, behavioral and psychological profile.LEARN MORE
Certified therapists of the Speech & Language Therapy Program provide individual and group therapy for children and adolescents both on and off campus, as well as in-depth speech and language evaluations, staff development and speech/language/hearing and vision screenings.LEARN MORE
Senior Studio Art student Lizzie Cleveland interns at Pampillonia Jewelers to create stunning bracelet for Stampede Auction.
Skip Howard sees dyslexia as a gift and leverages it to become a leader in business and innovation.
As stewards of exceptional resources, we strive to give greater value, importance and effective service to every person entrusting us with his or her individual need.
“At Shelton, they made me realize that I was smart. I was capable of anything. I have grown so much as a student and as an individual. I’ve widened my academic interests by joining choir, math club, and Spanish club.”
“For the past twenty years it has been my honor to make even the smallest difference in Shelton students’ lives, because I see the big difference Shelton makes to them."
“Shelton helped our family figure out how to deal with the learning differences so we could focus on the best things about our daughter, like her fabulous sense of humor, incredible work ethic, bright future, and lovable nature.”
“In the early days, people couldn’t spell ‘dyslexia.’ Now, with a school of Shelton’s caliber, people can hardly wait to get in if they have a child who needs help.”
“I was able to accomplish more at Shelton than I could have anywhere else. It was a catalyst for new friends, new things to try, and new interests. I will never forget Shelton.”
The SPA is kicking-off the first of its food trucks on October 4, 2018 with KONA ICE! Food trucks will be at Shelton on October 4, 2018 (Kona Ice), December 7, 2018 (Chick-fil-A), March 22, 2019 (Susie Cakes) and May 7, 2019 (Tikiz). The deadline for purchasing a ticket to the Kona Ice food truck is September 27, 2018. To buy tickets (one ticket or all four tickets), please click here. Questions: click here.
This is an optional FUN group event for those in 9th grade only; dates are welcomed but not necessary. Cost is $60/ student. Dinner Theme & Dress: The Great Gatsby - Boys (jacket/tie, khaki pants) and Girls (Party dress). Parents must bring students to the Northwood Country Club for dinner; Shelton will provide transportation from the Northwood Country Club to the Upper School Homecoming Dance. Students will be picked-up by parents at the Eisemann Center, 2351 Performance Drive, Richardson at 11:00 pm (at the conclusion of the Upper School Homecoming Dance.) Students must purchase tickets to the dinner no later than midnight on October 3, 2018. No tickets will be sold at the door. To register and purchase tickets, please click here. Questions: click here.
Through a customized academic approach within a mainstream environment and tools for self-advocacy, Shelton students have the confidence and self-motivation to accomplish greatness and thrive as citizens of the 21st Century.
6:1 student teacher ratio
1 to 1 laptop program for grades 5 - 12
$6.4 million in college scholarships
83 zip codes represented
Over 1000 community speech and vision screenings per year
Teachers in 3 countries, 12 states, and 27 cities trained
Clients 3 to 43 years old assessed by the Evaluation Center
Teachers have 17 years average experience; over half have advanced degrees
369 student athletes in 6th - 12th grades
8,946 hours of community service by our high school students