Woodlynde School
Woodlynde School welcomes and serves students who learn differently and empowers them to become strategic thinkers and self-advocates in a challenging and supportive college preparatory environment.

Woodlynde School is an independent co-educational college prep school located in suburban Philadelphia for intelligent, talented students with learning differences. Many of our students have been diagnosed with language- or math-based learning differences (such as dyslexia, dysgraphia, or dyscalculia), executive function disorder, ADD/ADHD, or auditory processing disorder, while others simply need a small classroom environment in which to be successful. 

Founded in 1976 by a small group of parents led by Gordon A. Hughes, Janet and Robert M. Hewes, III, and first Board Chair Arthur M. Tofani, Jr., Woodlynde opened its doors on a former Episcopal diocesan estate called "Denbigh" in Gulph Mills. Starting with an enrollment of approximately 40 students, Woodlynde's student body grew each year under the first head of school, Jack Hughes.


Organization Name: Woodlynde School
Address 1: 445 Upper Gulph Road
Address 2:
City, State, Zip: Strafford, Pennsylvania  19087-5498
Type: Private
Number of Students: 270
Lowest Grade:
Highest Grade: 12


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