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.
What do you love about Lab?
Asia Campbell, Special Education Liaison
Sally Kiernan, Head of Performing Arts
Adair Hamilton, Certified Occupational Therapy Assistant | Academic Club Co-Teacher
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Contemplations from Kim: An Invitation to Gratitude
November is, for me, a time to think about gratitude. Eighteen years ago my family started a gratitude practice.
Lab is so proud of our Alums – who they are as people, and the postsecondary paths and careers that showcase their strengths and fuel their souls!
Today, October 8, is World Dyslexia Day. The day is part of a global initiative to shed light on dyslexia and the millions of people that it affects around the world.