Students at MAX Charter
MAX is located on the Nicholls State University Campus between Family Housing and Babington Hall. The school is dedicated to educating students with dyslexia and related learning differences. The school is approved by the Louisiana Board of Elementary and Secondary Education. It is designed for students in first through eighth grade who struggle with dyslexia and related learning differences.
The Mission of MAX Charter
The MAX Charter School is committed to meeting the educational needs of students with dyslexia and other language-related learning differences. Its mission is to empower the lives of these students who learn differently.
MAX Charter School Philosophy
All children can learn when their learning disorders are properly diagnosed, when their teachers are properly trained, and when their educational environment emphasizes support, dignity, and individual responsibility.
Quick Facts about MAX Charter
Approved Public School
MAX Charter School is an approved public school by the Louisiana Board of Elementary and Secondary Education located on the Nicholls campus.
We are committed to educating 1st–8th graders with research-based multisensory programs specially designed for students with dyslexia and language-related learning differences.
Small Group Setting
Our students are taught in small group settings to ensure differentiated instruction.
On-Going Staff Training
Our highly qualified faculty and staff participate in on-going training in proven methodologies such as Language Science and Project Read to help students to learn to read and write.
We proudly comply with a non-discriminatory policy and accept students with dyslexia regardless of race, ethnicity, gender, religion, or country of origin.
Teaching the Whole Child
MAX provides programs to help mold the overall well-being of our students through character building, art, music, drama, and physical fitness.