Four divisions. One mission: Turning differences into advantages.
Students “learn how to learn” through hands-on projects and small-group collaboration that are designed to tap their intellectual curiosity.
Students learn to apply their academic skills, embrace a higher level of independence, and engage in arts-centered, project-based learning in all subjects.
Students build on their strengths and passions, embrace leadership opportunities, and develop strategies to tackle what’s challenging.
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The LSW Reader's Choice Awards
In the Upper School, the community gathered for several events including the 12th Annual LSW Reader's Choice Awards. The ceremony recognized many of the works students read and analyzed over the summer. The Upper School students who won their class'...