As a third-grader with physical and cognitive disabilities, James was teased and bullied each day at school. As a result, he had very low self-confidence and his grades suffered. James had to repeat a grade and had already attended three different schools.
At GSGBC, he began intensive tutoring. He was shy, and even scared at times; he did not believe he could do the work.
Eventually, though, James began to improve in reading, and his confidence grew. He even began playing basketball and making friends with the other members. Today, James is succeeding at school, and his self-confidence is not defined by his disabilities.