The Gow School is a college preparatory school that specializes in students that have dyslexia or other similar learning disabilities. Founded in 1926, the Gow School sits on 100 wooded acres outside East Aurora, NY. The school houses 134 boys and has 17 coed day students.

Gow uses small class sizes, on average 3-7 students, to provide one on one attention so that students can overcome their disabilities. It serves grades 7-12. 100% of the students that graduate from Gow get accepted to college. Gow is accredited by the New York State Association of Independent Schools and the International Multisensory Structured Language Education Council.

Tuition for the Gow School is $55,600 for boarding students and $35,700 for day students. There is also a laptop fee for $900 per year.