Evaluating Student Needs and Skills
Online K-12 academic planning is a cornerstone of Laurel Springs’ academic approach. It’s essential that new students across grades K-12 are set up for academic success from the moment of enrollment.
In communication with Admissions Coordinators and families, Placement Counselors confirm needed prior academic information for a prospective student. They thoughtfully design an appropriate course schedule, which also takes into consideration upper school students’ post-secondary goals, including NCAA certification and University of California enrollment.
Once students are enrolled, their academic progress is monitored and this contributes to course scheduling conversations offered each year. Lower and Middle School (K-8) students will have the opportunity to have conversations with experienced and devoted teachers, and Upper School (9-12) students will work with their college counselors to design a course schedule that meets their academic needs.