The Rosemont Method™ 
The Rosemont Method™ was created by Owner-Director Lainie Hansen, an educator with an expertise in Gifted Education. Her unique, hands-on approach to learning provides the foundation for the most innovative academic program in Miami.

The Rosemont Method™creates a learning environment where lessons and activities represent the perfect amalgam of critical thinking and creative thinking skill sets.  Our unique curriculum prepares our learners for a world where the arts, sciences, and technology form the collaborative base of 21st century business and industry.  

The cornerstone of Rosemont's philosophy is student centered, active learning, not simple memorization of facts driven by a worksheet based classroom.  

The Rosemont Method™ is well suited for all children, including children who are:

  • not benefiting from a large class size 
  • being bullied and/or struggling with peer relations
  • Twice Exceptional (gifted with a "glitch")
  • diagnosed with Asperger's Syndrome
  • diagnosed with ADD/ADHD
  • diagnosed with mild Dyslexia, Dysgraphia, and/or Dyscalculia
  • struggling with specific learning deficits 

The Rosemont Method™ is designed for children performing at or above grade level who would benefit from a smaller classroom setting and may or may not require minor to moderate remediation in specific subject areas and/or are struggling with bullying and the social rigors of their current academic setting. Rosemont students are not diagnosed with emotional and/or behavioral issues.

Rosemont Academy is driven by:

Certified Orton-Gillingham Reading Specialists and Reading Remediation Program

Dedicated Critical Thinking Curriculum

Computer Coding and Design

Hands-on learning and high interest lessons

Alternative Assessments

Typical (not modified) curriculum 

Celebration of visual, auditory and kinesthetic/tactile learning styles

Singapore Math Curriculum

Appreciation of multiple intelligences:  existential, inter/intrapersonal, bodily kinesthetic, visual-spatial, musical/naturalist, logical-mathematical, verbal linguistic

Hands-on Science experiments

Quality, hand-picked curriculum materials

Music and Music Theory

Rosetta Stone Spanish Curriculum

Small Group Skill Builders

Dramatic Arts

Physical Education

Application of the three types of learning domains:  cognitive, affective, psychomotor

Energetic, certified teachers

Handwriting Without Tears Protocol 

Gifted strategies incorporated into daily lessons

Open parent/teacher communication

After school clubs and sports


Public Speaking and Debate

Literary Units based on classic novels

6:1 student-teacher ratio in grades K-2

8:1 student-teacher ratio in grades 3-5

Average class size for grades 6-12 is 16 

School and community based service projects

A detailed pacing guide that ensures all grade level
benchmarks are met each academic year

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