College honor society

I remember mom crying because my brother couldn’t spell his name in 3rd grade. She was afraid dyslexia would keep him and me from ever having a future. Yesterday, she cried again when Scott was inducted into the national college honor society as a freshman! This time, they were happy tears. She isn’t afraid anymore. ~Alex

honor society

Dyslexic Kids heads to NASA!

Great news! Both of the founders of Dyslexic Kids – Scott Forsythe and Alexandra Forsythe – have been selected by NASA to be paid engineering interns at NASA Langley this summer! Scott is a college freshman working toward a bachelor’s degree in computer engineering from Purdue. He will be continuing the work he began last summer at NASA – software development for the next generation weather satellite. Alex is a junior in high school but she has already earned over a year’s worth of college credit through AP tests and dual credit courses. She will be working on the electrical and computer engineering sides of the satellite project.
Never let dyslexia hold you back! Reach for the stars, and you may get to work with an organization that actually does reach for the stars!