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The Paracletus School

The Paracletus School mission is to be a world leader in making classical Christian education accessible to those with diverse learning differences. We are positioned as a place of excellence that meets learners at their level with language-literacy disorders, complex communication needs, and varying learning challenges. Our commitment is to provide a robust education that considers the whole child with learning differences by supplying high-quality multisensory and systematic instruction.

Who we serve

The Paracletus School is for children with language-literacy disorders (i.e., dyslexia, dysgraphia, ADHD, autism, etc.). Serving elementary students aged 5-12 and growing each year. Our award-winning curriculum is a classical education, in which literature is taught using classic tales coupled with learning the structure of spelling with accessible means of using Latin and writing in cursive. Tried and true acts of remediation, memorization, and content mastery are pillars of our curriculum. We are structured as a collaborative model, with a week of instruction delivered three days on-campus and two home-school days. 

All students are assessed to determine their reading and learning patterns (i.e. comprehension, attention, math, or oral language challenges, etc.). This model allows our teachers to remain mindful of the explicit area of need to plan accordingly. As students grow, patterns change that are captured each year, allowing us to grow with them.


Dr. Erika Aziegbe, CCC-SLP, CALP 

Head of School 

O: 281-393-8833




14007 South Freeway 

Houston, TX 77047  

[Located at St. Canterbury Church, Sam Houston Parkway South and 288]

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