I want to be unique.Who will your child be when she grows up? Will she be creative? Confident? Unparalleled? At Laurel, we value independent thinking and respect for self, allowing girls to discover who they are and who they want to be. We celebrate each girl's strengths, nourishing her mind and character so that she is ready for the complicated world she will inherit. Our expectations are high; our enthusiasm for girls is boundless.
Stand on the Table! ~ Ann V. Klotz reflects on the 1980s' film Dead Poets Society in her latest Huffington Post piece.
Head of School Ann V. Klotz featured in Cleveland Business Connects Magazine ~ Ann does a Q&A for the August education issue.
Morgan Goldstein '18 Competes on Food Network's Teen Chopped ~ Laurel student shows off her culinary talents on national television.
FAIRMOUNT ROAD CONSTRUCTION between Lyman and Butler campuses IS FINISHED!
SEPTEMBER 2 - First Day of Classes for Pre-Primary Students
SEPTEMBER 2, 7:00 pm - Parent/Student One-to-One Orientation (Focus on Grades 5 & 6)
SEPTEMBER 3, 7:00 pm - Senior Parent College Night
SEPTEMBER 4, 8:15 am - US Parent Coffee
SEPTEMBER 6, 10:00-11:30 am - Pre-Primary Outdoor Preview
SEPTEMBER 8 - Pre-Primary Full Day Begins
SEPTEMBER 8 - After School at Laurel Classes Begin for Pre-Primary through Grade 8
SEPTEMBER 9, 7:00 pm - Parent/Student One-to-One Orientation (Focus on Grades 7-12)
SEPTEMBER 10-12 - Grades 7 & 8 Class Trips
SEPTEMBER 10, 8:15 am - Grade 5 Parent Coffee
SEPTEMBER 10, 6:30 pm - Primary Parents' Night
SEPTEMBER 11, 8:15 am - Kindergarten Parent Coffee
SEPTEMBER 13 - Laurel Races for the Cure