My daughter struggled in the public system with dyslexia and was not receiving enough support. It was a fight to get her to school and to complete homework. Once she started at Wildwood, her anxiety disappeared and she became confident in her ability to succeed at school. We involved her in choosing what school she would attend as we wanted her full 'buy-in' so she would feel good about her new school. She liked the atmosphere of the building as it feels more like a ski chalet than a school. The teachers are all positive and supportive of each child. My daughter saw how kindly each student was treated. Lastly, instead of the standard uniform pants, my daughter was allowed to wear leggings (school colour).