The Lab School is alive and humming during four weeks of summer!
Registration opens Monday, January 27, 2020!
Monday, July 6 – Friday, July 31 - Lower School Summer Program
Monday, June 29 – Friday, July 31 - Summer Project for Rising 7th-10th Graders
Worried that your child’s mind will take a vacation this summer? Never fear! The Lab School of Washington understands how important it is for young learners to maintain the skills they’ve acquired in order to progress in the year ahead. We’ve designed a challenging summer program that develops academic readiness … without neglecting the “fun factor.”
Lower School Summer Session (rising 1st through 6th)
Young learners enrolled in The Lab School of Washington’s summer program will benefit from intensive reading instruction daily in groups no larger than three students. Additionally, during their morning program, students will focus on developing critical thinking and problem-solving skills in math and will participate in a variety of activities designed to enhance language, motor, and social development. Our signature Academic Clubs immerse students in themed learning environments. Each Academic Club sets a dramatic framework for learning by creating an imagined time and place where every child plays an important role. Students experience hands-on, project-based learning designed to build language, content knowledge, and critical thinking with a variety of art forms. This summer, students will explore the history, practice, and future of agriculture and farming - come learn with us!
For more information on our programs:
The Summer Project at Lab (rising 7th, 8th, 9th, and 10th)
Speech and Language Therapy Summer Programs (available throughout the day for all ages)
Occupational Therapy Summer Programs (available throughout the day for all ages)
Afternoon Programs (Lower School Program only)