Woodland Hall Academy (WHA) opened in 1975 in Tallahassee, Florida, as a full-time (1st - 12th grade) school designed to remediate and prevent the learning and behavior problems associated with the dyslexic and ADD/ADHD student. Woodland Hall is operated by the Dyslexia Research Institute, Inc. (DRI), a non-profit corporation.

The primary goal of Woodland Hall Academy is the remediation or "re-teaching and catching up" of students so that they may return to regular classroom situations, able to work successfully at their own potential or I.Q. levels. Another goal is to teach social values and appropriate behaviors so that the students will have happy and healthy relationships with other children and develop proper social orientation for adulthood. In short, Woodland Hall Academy's goal is to give the individual the necessary tools to adapt and adjust to the demands of society without undue stress or loss of self-esteem. (Woodland Hall Academy does this in a medication-free environment. No student at WHA is on Ritalin, or medication to control their ADD.)

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