Alum Spencer Bozsik was pleasantly surprised that his self-paced experience at Laurel Springs translated easily into managing life as a student-athlete at #UVA. His early adoption of self-motivated learning has stayed with him to this day. Now, as a graduate student pursuing a degree in data science, Spencer is taking steps to create and expand a professional network with the help of The LinkedIn Guys. Read Spencer’s #MeetOurAlumni feature and join him on Oct. 5 for a webinar with The LinkedIn Guys for free, lifetime access to the only LinkedIn online masterclass designed by insiders.
By Alyssa Polakowski, College & Alumni Relations Manager With the upcoming academic year on the horizon, the Laurel Springs Alumni Association is gearing up for an exciting year ahead. As mentioned in Part 1 of…
Coco Chapman sometimes thinks in music rather than words. For her, composing music is a lot like writing a story. As a Laurel Springs student, Coco has the opportunity to study under award-winning musician Pallavi Mahidhara, thanks to a partnership with Forte Lessons.
Her parents weren’t aiming to make her a tennis star. And yet, the talent of Olivia Manson has taken her from summer camps to training facilities to competitive tennis tournaments. Read about the journey of this incredible Laurel Springs student.
Michaela Sewall found a unique way to show compassion to women and children in crisis. She baked cakes. Discover the amazing story of this Laurel Springs student, who has proven herself a humanitarian, ice-skater and engineer.
Academics and athleticism will converge on the tennis court this month as Laurel Springs School, in partnership with the Junior Tennis Champions Center, present one of the International Tennis Federation’s highest events for junior-level athletes in North America. Among the players will be Laurel Springs junior Ryan Colby, who will be competing in this year’s U.S. Open Junior Championships.
By Alyssa Polakowski, College & Alumni Relations Manager With a global alumni community of nearly 5,000 graduates, Laurel Springs School has been engaging online learners worldwide with an education that values their passions and pursuits…
Although the two have never met in person, the powerful connection between a teacher and student were enough to cause the University of Chicago to recognize this social studies teacher at Laurel Springs School with the Outstanding Educator Award.
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.