Wake Up! with Laurel Admissions. Grab your coffee or tea and join Admissions for a brief overview of Laurel School. This informal event is a great way to begin learning about the exciting opportunities available for your daughter or young son.
Prospective families for our Early Learners (18 months) through Grade 12 are invited to attend our spring Open House. Whether you are still considering a new school for next year or getting a jump start on the process for high school, this event will include information about the ways in which Laurel utilizes cutting-edge research to ensure that every girl is both challenged and supported. Families will tour, meet our engaging faculty and learn more about our rich curriculum and dynamic co-curricular programs. Register here!
You’re invited to Look@Laurel to discover the school that will encourage your daughter to welcome intellectual challenges, take risks, develop her voice and create a lifelong community! Prospective Fifth through Eighth Grade students and parents will learn about how Laurel puts research into action in creating an environment in which girls thrive.
Head of School Ann V. Klotz and other school leaders will introduce themselves to newly enrolled families as they prepare to transition to Laurel School in the fall of 2021. We will provide a brief overview on things such as required Back-to-School forms, parent volunteer opportunities, uniforms and other resources, followed by a light dinner and an opportunity to meet other families who are joining the Laurel community.
You’re invited to Look@Laurel to discover the school that will encourage your daughter to welcome intellectual challenges, take risks, develop her voice and create a lifelong community! Prospective Kindergarten through Grade 4 students and parents will learn about how Laurel puts research into action to create an environment in which girls thrive.
Families of rising Laurel Ninth Graders will gather to enjoy a light dinner and a chance to socialize. Class t-shirts will be distributed, and a class photo will be taken. Kick off the summer with classmates new and old!
Leighann DeLorenzo, Dean of Students for the Upper School, was recently included in a Currents Magazine piece centered on how students are actively engaged in becoming leaders in the community through various opportunities at school.
Each year the Cleveland Institute of Art hosts the Scholastic Art & Writing Competition that recognizes creative achievement in area 7-12 grade students. Applicants can submit in 28 different categories of art and writing.