The Inside Outside School will always hold a special place in our family's heart. Our daughter was diagnosed with dyslexia and dysgraphia and could not get the services and support from her public school in Round Rock. She was to the point that she cried each morning on the way to school and was had become so critical of herself and her ability that she was convinced that she was "stupid" . We finally made the change and tried IOS halfway through her 2nd grade year when we could not longer tolerate it and the change was amazing from her first day. She loves school and even complains on days when schoool is out. She feels so empowered and her teachers were so quick to see the strengths and brilliance that we had always known. They have also worked with her to find innovative and effective ways to address her reading and writing. She used to fight us about reading time and now she can't get enough reading. The progressive environment at the school reinforce so many of the values of kindness, compassion, and justice that we have taught our kids. I have been impressed with the skills that she has gained around critical thinking, logic, etc that our other kids in public schools aren't taught. We can't say enough about IOS and the amazing things they have done for our daughter. It truly is an amazing place.