Success through a parent’s eyes





A “success.”

These are just a few of the ways Erin describes her son’s experience at S.U.P.E.R. Learning Center.

This family’s story brings tears to my eyes. I believe you’ll be touched by it as well:

Erin’s oldest son, Derek, was in fifth grade … but only reading at a third-grade level.

As a mother, she was mentally exhausted trying to get him help in the public school system — and emotionally drained from all the insensitive comments from his teachers. Her son was called “lazy” for not knowing his letters and numbers well.

Erin was at her wit’s end — her “breaking point,” as she explained. She’d often cry herself to sleep. It tore her apart that her little boy didn’t have a life … it was school all day and homework all night.

On top of this his educational needs weren’t being met. The IEP … the dyslexia diagnosis … the constant battle over school …

They all continued to spiral toward hopelessness.

That is, until Erin found S.U.P.E.R. Learning Center.

“God works in mysterious ways,” Erin says today. When SLC came into the picture — “What a blessing!”

Our development programs were a “saving grace” — a godsend for this family.

In fact, Derek went from hating school to loving every minute of it. He thrived under SLC’s teaching … and the awesome field trips … and the connections he made with students and staff …

And he earned his diploma! Today Derek is a successful adult and father, raising a daughter.

“To most of us, our children are our EVERYTHING!” Erin says. “And reading and writing are attached to everything [in life]. Dyslexia never goes away. So I prayed, He answered, and sent me Lyn and SLC. This school … knows each child and taps into how each one learns, and then does it! S.U.P.E.R. is a great school if you want RESULTS!”

God changed this one child’s life by allowing us to do what we do best, and naturally. Derek is only one of many examples of the kinds of success stories we GET TO be part of here at S.U.P.E.R. Learning Center.

Thank you for your trust. Thank you for helping make us Ohio’s leading cognitive development center.

I do hope you are enjoying your summer so far …

I am excited to report that the building cleaning and summer maintenance project is coming together — the building looks great!! — for the start of school on August 30th. Looking forward to seeing our students again soon.

May God give you rest and renewal in the coming weeks.

We are privileged to serve you, your family, and all students of all learning styles and abilities.

Seeing is believing,

“Mrs. G”
Lyn Goodwin
Founder & Director