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Rise and Sign

Posted December 15, 2022 in Articles

Learning to read, write, and spell is laborious for students with dyslexia and dysgraphia—a journey many high schoolers would prefer to leave in the rearview mirror! With challenges that typically cross over from one language to the next, the foreign language requirements common for college admissions are overwhelming just to think about. However, with American Sign Language (ASL), which has no verbal or written component, Lawrence students rise to the occasion! All Lawrence students graduate with two world language credits. The school offers courses in Spanish and ASL, which are equal in popularity. Faculty introduce these languages and their associated cultures,... read more

Alumni Wisdom: Eli Manos '14

Posted December 01, 2022 in Articles

Lawrence School, 2014B.A. Cleveland State University, 2020 Since graduating from Lawrence, what have you been up to? I’ve always been a pianist, and I attended Cleveland State to earn my bachelor’s degree in Music Composition. I was,... read more

Introducing the Alumni Association

Posted November 09, 2022 in Articles

Cheering and applause echoed down Olde Eight as graduation caps were joyfully tossed in the air at Lawrence School’s Eighteenth Annual Commencement Exercises. Unbeknownst to our 47 newly-minted alums and their loved ones, an important... read more

Time to Get Moving

Posted October 27, 2022 in Articles

Today, our society is more sedentary than ever. This is especially problematic during the school year, when the average American student spends more than seven hours a day at a desk. For those with learning... read more

What is Dyslexia, Really?

Posted October 13, 2022 in Articles

What do these famous folks all have in common? They are among the millions of dyslexic individuals whose unique way of thinking positively impacted our world. The list of celebrities, athletes, business titans, well-known scientists, and creative... read more

Dyslexia & Reading Music: When the Treble Gives You Trouble, It’s Time to Change the Key

Posted September 29, 2022 in Articles

For students with dyslexia and other language-based learning differences, matching sounds to symbols is a challenge that leads to great difficulty with reading, writing, and spelling. When it comes to music literacy, oftentimes sound-note matching... read more

Tails & Tales, Our Second-Annual Summer Reading Raffle

Posted September 13, 2022 in Articles

Sure, the heat made summer days a little hazy, but contrary to the old song lyrics these Lions were far from lazy! More than 1,000 raffle tickets were submitted for our annual Tails & Tales... read more

Alumni Wisdom: Jo Levin '15

Posted August 26, 2022 in Articles

Lawrence School ‘15A.A. Cuyahoga Community College ‘19B.A. Kent State ‘21 Since graduating from Lawrence, what have you been up to? I’m the Marketing & Communication Coordinator at Drink Local. Drink Tap. Inc., a Cleveland-based nonprofit that improves... read more

Ready for Takeoff

Posted May 25, 2022 in Articles

Now boarding international flight LL0429 to… everywhere! Students in grades 9–12 busted out their passports to attend the Around the World Diversity Block Party last month. Now in its third year, this full-day learning experience promoted... read more

Stay Sharp This Summer

Posted May 20, 2022 in Articles

Hone Skills from Home With These Evidence-Based Resources for Middle and High Schoolers Multiple studies prove skills and knowledge deteriorate during extended time away from class. This is especially true during summer break, when a phenomenon... read more

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