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Our college preparatory high school curriculum resembles that of traditional schools, but with a much lower student-to-teacher ratio and a distinctive Lawrence School twist. Anchored in discussion-based classrooms and experiential learning, our strategically-designed environment integrates multisensory learning, organizational coaching, and assistive technology into every aspect of the school day.

Our college preparatory high school curriculum resembles that of traditional schools, but with a much lower student-to-teacher ratio and a distinctive Lawrence School twist. Anchored in discussion-based classrooms and experiential learning, our strategically-designed environment integrates multisensory learning, organizational coaching, and assistive technology into every aspect of the school day.

We deliver a comprehensive high school program, paced and presented in ways that encourage success and prepare students for life beyond Lawrence School. A key focus is to help students clearly identify and articulate their areas of strength and challenge in readiness for a post-secondary environment.

Our schedule looks much like what you’d expect to see in other high schools (both public and private) across the area. Classes for high school students with dyslexia and other learning differences are ability-based, but not tracked. This means a student who struggles with reading can take English at their skill level, alongside AP Physics or College Credit Plus courses. 

With an average of only ten learners in a classroom, students get a lot of personalized attention and individualized attention. They develop and refine note-taking, organizational, study, writing, and reading/comprehension skills within the context of each academic course. 

In addition to core subjects, students have a wide range of elective choices, including Spanish, American Sign Language, art, music, drama, psychology, forensics, video editing, speech and debate, 3-D design, and more.

Students are issued a grade point average (GPA) each semester, based on a 4.00 scale with honors courses weighted by .5 points for grades of C and above. Lawrence School does not report class rank, but does determine a valedictorian senior year. Students who earn a 3.0 GPA or above are placed on the Merit Roll. Students who earn a 3.5 GPA or above are placed on the Honor Roll and are eligible to join the National Honor Society.


Our program is accredited by the National Association of Independent Schools and meets the State of Ohio curriculum guidelines. Our students meet all state requirements for grade level placement and graduation.


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