Eagle Hill School develops life-changing academic skills, self-confidence, and character in students who have been diagnosed with language-based learning differences, including dyslexia, dyscalculia, dysgraphia, executive functioning disorder, ADHD, and auditory processing disorder. Imagine a school...
Meet the Admissions team to determine if the school is a good fit for your child. If the first two steps reveal that Eagle Hill is a good fit for your child, then it's time for your child to come to campus for a visit. During the visit, your child will: Attend classes with a student host. Join the host for lunch and recess.
Eagle Hill has been named a "School of Excellence" for the 21-22 school year by the National Association of Special Education Teachers. Eagle Hill's Board of Trustees is thrilled to announce the appointment of Gretchen Larkin as the new Head of School beginning July 1, 2023.
Our goal is to provide timely and effective information to students and parents to help students in their educational growth. The portal allows students and parents to log in to Fayetteville-Manlius’ student data system to review:
As parents of children with learning differences, we know that your family’s academic journey may not have been easy, particularly during the health crisis created by COVID-19. Your path to Eagle Hill may have been difficult – but we’re here to help.
All children are considered for admission in a thoughtful, thorough manner. Our process ensures that we accept only the students who will most benefit from our unique and highly specialized program.
"It's great here and I absolutely love it. You have to stay really determined when it comes to your school work, because it's going to get a little challenging for you and your teachers are going to try and bring you up to grade level.
These are some of the most frequently asked questions we get in the Admissions Office! Hear from our Admissions Team and other faculty and staff members to answer some of the most frequently asked questions including:
You can give to Eagle Hill by: Make a one-time gift to the Eagle Hill Fund. Establish an annual pledge to the Eagle Hill Fund. Donate to the Endowment. Making a planned giving bequest. Support the Annual Benefit.
It's because of more than 40 years of generosity from parents, alumni, grandparents, faculty, and friends that Eagle Hill has been able to maintain its status as the gold standard in education for children with language-based learning differences.
Endowed scholarship funds are those that provide a specific dollar amount, usually in honor of someone, to a student who fulfills the criteria as set by the school's scholarship committee. For 2017-2018, the Endowed Scholarships are:
Appreciated securities are sometimes considered when a donor wishes to take a tax deduction on the full value of the gift and avoid capital gains on the transfer. In many cases, the actual cost to the donor is far less than the value of the gift to the school.
In general, it is not advisable to give securities that are presently worth less than you paid for them. If the sale of stocks or bonds would result in a deductible loss, it is usually to your advantage to sell them to establish a tax loss and then donate the proceeds to Eagle Hill School.
Griffin Scholarship Fund: Established by the Board of Trustees in 2004 in honor of Rayma and Mark Griffin, founding headmaster and admissions director respectively of Eagle Hill School.
Click on the SchoolTool Portal link in the More Information box to the right. Please note that SchoolTool may only be accessed by those individuals who have a valid email address on file with the district for log in purposes.
Enter your assigned username and password. You should have received an email notification with this information. If you do not have a username or password, please contact your child’s school.
Call your child’s school building main office to check your email address.