Student Services

SNU Lab School provides the NILD Discovery Program. We also provide Title I and Title II educational services through our partnership with Putnam City Schools. Additionally, we support students needing social and emotional learning support through our partnership with SNU's Renew Counseling Center, all within a Christian environment. 

NILD Discovery Program

Designed for students with learning challenges, our research-backed therapy targets specific brain areas contributing to deficits. This program applies research from the National Institute for Learning Development (NILD) and empowers students as lifelong learners by teaching them how to learn. 

Discovery's Four Components:


We conduct various assessments, including Literacy First (K-2nd), WRAT 5, and WISC. An Educational Therapist does additional diagnostic assessments.

Additional Support Requirements:

Families supervise rhythmic writing at home on non-therapy days, which is crucial for progress.

Together, we unlock potential, ensuring our Lab School students thrive. Join us on this journey toward a brighter future.

For more information, contact our certified NILD therapist, Ashley Glenn, at

Renew Counseling Center Services

Renew Counseling Center provides counseling services for all ages: children, adolescents, adults ranging from university students to senior adults. Counseling services are provided for most personal and mental health concerns such as relationship issues and concerns, family life matters, depression, anxiety, identity questions, eating disorders, addiction issues, adjustment issues, behavioral concerns, grief and trauma coping, stress, life decisions, and more. 

As a service to students, parents are able to arrange for in-school, on-site, therapy sessions, and initial intake. 

Assessments include: Intelligence and Academic Evaluation, ADHD Evaluation, Behavioral Evaluations, Mood Assessment, Career Planning Assessment, Personality, and Interpersonal Difficulty Assessments. 

Title I & II Services

Through our partnership with Putnam City Schools, SNU Lab School receives federal grant funds that benefit the children and families living within our district boundaries. Each grant fund has regulations and goals that must be met to continue funding. The Federal Programs office works closely with Curriculum and Instruction coordinators, schools, parents, and other stakeholders to plan and implement high-quality programs that will benefit students for:

Coordinator: Kim Adams