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.
Navigating through significant social, physical, and academic changes, students further develop self-awareness and self-advocacy skills through immersive, rigorous learning.
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Asia Campbell, Associate Registrar
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Adair Hamilton, Certified Occupational Therapy Assistant | Academic Club Co-Teacher
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Lab Celebrates 35th Annual Awards Gala
Gala 2019: Our Educators, Our Stars
Lab’s 35th Annual Awards Gala Honoring Outstanding Achievers with Learning Differences