At Urban we appreciate that students learn in a variety of ways, and we value the neurodiversity within our community. Urban’s Learning Services Department supports all students in gaining a better understanding of how they learn, thereby allowing them to reach their full potential. Our goal is to empower students to effectively advocate for themselves in a variety of contexts at Urban and beyond. Rachel Herbert and Yea Flicker are available to consult with students who need support with study skills, time management and organization.
Students with a formally diagnosed learning difference can learn how to access accommodations by scheduling a consultation with a member of our Learning Services team. Families are also welcome to reach out to Learning Services with questions or concerns about their students' learning needs.
Please contact Rachel with questions about 9th/10th grade students and/or the transition to high school.
Please contact Yea with questions about 11th/12th grade students, peer tutoring, and/or the transition to college.