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Pitch Perfect

Posted April 27, 2022 in Articles

From fun games like Twister to IKEA’s functional furniture to the ground-breaking Model T automobile, some of history’s most ingenious business endeavors were created by those who learn differently. According to a study by London’s Cass Business School, 35% of American entrepreneurs identify as dyslexic. In fact, learning differences and entrepreneurship have a long partnership in the business world, making Lawrence School’s dynamic and interactive entrepreneur curriculum a valuable way to encourage middle schoolers to think outside the box, capitalize on their strengths, and dream big when it comes to their future careers. Lawrence alumni turned videographer, Alex Nixon '14 captured... read more

Less Work, More Play

Posted April 19, 2022 in Articles

For many students with learning differences, the words homework and misery are synonymous. After a student expends a lot of energy simply navigating the daily demands of school, coming home to hours and hours of... read more

Alumni Spotlight: Will Blair '10

Posted April 13, 2022 in Articles

Lawrence School, 2010B.S. Muskingum University, 2014 Since graduating from Lawrence, what have you been up to? I double-majored in computer science and digital media design at Muskingum University, and I cherished my time there. One of the... read more

Award-Winning Independent Film Confetti

Posted March 20, 2022 in Articles

When Lan learns her nine-year-old daughter Meimei has dyslexia, she will stop at nothing to help her—including leaving her country behind and venturing to New York City, all without speaking a word of English. In... read more

The Battle of Lawrence

Posted March 17, 2022 in Articles

Mud squelched beneath boots. Shovels pushed past rocks and tree roots. It’s World War I time again at Upper School and students in grades 9 and 11 have been busy digging trenches fortified with fallen... read more

Multisensory Activities + CRA Sequencing = Math Success

Posted March 15, 2022 in Articles

Engaging more than just the eyes and ears, multisensory activities combined with a Concrete-Representational-Abstract instructional sequence helps students become competent mathematicians who understand the why behind concepts. For many students with learning differences, math can be... read more

Alumni Spotlight: Katy Repicky '12

Posted March 14, 2022 in Articles

Lawrence School, 2012B.A. Capital University, 2016 Since graduating from Lawrence, what have you been up to? After high school, I attended Capital University in Columbus and was initially interested in nursing. However, once I started taking classes,... read more

Words That Lift Us

Posted February 17, 2022 in Articles

As part of this year's Upper School Dear Martin project, the writing of faculty, staff, and students took flight through a cross-curricular collaboration. Throughout January, English classes examined and interpreted quotes by Dr. Martin Luther King... read more

Embrace the Journey

Posted February 16, 2022 in Articles

Parents and teachers can create an environment where adopted children learn, grow, and thrive. Every student brings a unique story into the classroom, with their past experiences heavily influencing how they learn. This is especially true... read more

Alumni Spotlight: Michael Fixler '11

Posted February 16, 2022 in Articles

Lawrence School, 2011B.S. Notre Dame College, 2015 Since graduating from Lawrence, what have you been up to? I went to Notre Dame College in South Euclid and it was an incredible experience. The college offered a lot... read more

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