Students learn to apply their academic skills, embrace a higher level of independence, and engage in arts-centered, project-based learning in all subjects.
“Being at Lab has made me an extrovert. I’m never afraid to speak my opinion and I feel like Lab is a very welcoming place for that.”
— Lab School Student
Geared toward children ages 10-12, the Intermediate program focuses on growth and transition. Although still “ungraded,” students move to The Lab School’s main campus on Reservoir Road and begin to assume more structure in their daily routine, as attention to executive functioning skills becomes a priority.
Students focus on developing a wide range of musical skills including: singing, playing instruments, and learning note-reading, rhythm, and harmony-chord analysis.
Hands-on activites in math make the information stick.
Whether building a birdhouse or a rocking chair, students learn drafting, measurement, basic mathematics, and the manipulation of a variety of unconventional materials, tools, and methods.
Paired with Workshop, Design Lab promotes problem-solving strategies, creative thinking, collaboration, and expression using various sculptural materials and woodworking skills.
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- Interim Head of Intermediate
Prospective Students and Families
- Admissions Assistant
Current Students and Families
- Administrative Assistant