No need to put your education on ice to be a nationally recognized athlete. Just ask four Laurel Springs graduates who have been recognized by U.S. Figure Skating as outstanding scholars and figure skaters.
We can help teens build true leadership potential by incorporating skills into their education, modeling those skills ourselves, and encouraging them to take responsibility for adopting those skills in daily life.
Entrepreneurship is a lifestyle—a marriage of passion and career. It means living and working with purpose and intent, focusing outside yourself, thinking about how your actions and decisions impact your community. It makes social-emotional learning and community building in the K-12 experience more important than ever.
Multimedia artist Vlad Radu, 23, is an Associate Producer and Junior Editor at MOD, a human-experience and advertising agency based in Philadelphia, Pa. He recounts his experience as a 2015 graduate of Laurel Springs School…
Straight from the birthplace of extraordinary creators and innovators, new #LaurelSpringsSchool President Arra Yerganian says his vision for the future of K-12 education is inspired by his Silicon Valley roots: “Silicon Valley has a DNA of innovation and new ways of thinking, and Laurel Springs is made of that same DNA.”
When it comes to an entrepreneurial spirit, it takes more than luck to find success. It takes a unique set of skills that can be developed before adulthood.
The casting call for a starring role in online summer learning is now open to all students in grades K-12 who value time and the ability to learn when they learn best, regardless of the season of year!
Summer boasts the most amazing resource of all for students – time! Time that can be used to bolster an academic transcript, take a single course to explore an area of study, or, like Eres and Mia, get ahead and avoid overload as they pursue their dreams. Be prepared to be inspired!
When COVID-19 shuttered college campuses around the world, millions of students were left in the lurch, struggling to transition to virtual lectures and online coursework. For Laurel Springs alum Kate Martin, however, there was a home-field advantage—she had done this before. Read her advice and watch her Instagram Takeover on the #LSS blog.
Mia Hanflig’s first love is ballet. At Laurel Springs, she has found a harmonious balance between a rigorous education and her pursuit of a career in professional ballet. Read Mia’s story then tell us with one emoji – what is your dream career?