Young learners enrolled in The Lab School of Washington’s summer program will benefit from daily small group instruction as well as classes designed to enhance language, motor, and social development.
The theme of World Rivers will provide a backdrop to learning new content and deepening critical thinking skills. Many students also take part in extended day activities and in intensive programs honing language and both fine and gross motor skills. Learn More
What if? From those two small words have emerged some of the most fascinating and sometimes terrifying science fiction. Think Frankenstein, 1984, Farenheit 451, Dr. Who, Blade Runner, Alien, and Star Wars. What if?, indeed.
Picture yourself immersed in a world where, to use the words of Rod Serling of Twilight Zone fame, “… science fiction is the improbable made possible.” Explore worlds — known and unknown — where connections between the past and future run through the present, and where history, mythology, science, and culture overlap like the arcs and rays of the Northern Lights.
The Lab School’s successful Summer Project is a transformative way to learn; it offers students opportunities to develop 21st Century skills such as working collaboratively and taking ownership of ideas with all the ups and downs that come with bringing them to fruition. Focused on group process and individual skill development, the schedule changes daily, making this camp experience dynamic and unlike a typical day of the school year. Learn More