“What I want them to get out of using LEGO is to think outside the box”
The award honors teachers who inspire students, engage rigorous learning, and broaden participation in computer science—and do so with excellence
The students brainstormed all the wonders that lifted spirits and sparked happiness despite daily challenges.
Her wealth of experience and expertise will help shape Lab’s diversity, equity, and inclusion efforts going forward
Watch the annual 2021 Alumni Awards Ceremony, held June 3, celebrating Charis Eng, ’80, AB’82, PhD’86, MD’88, Karim Sulayman, ’94, Robert Solomon, ’78, and Jason Tyler, ’89, MBA’99
Jason Tyler, '89, MBA'99, has been appointed the next Chair of the Laboratory Schools Board, beginning on July 1
Students are taught that for their designs, there has to be a user, it has to function, and it has to be economically viable.
Like crocuses and daffodils, each spring you can count on the annual Rites of May tie-dye shirts
As part of April's National Poetry Month, second graders spent a day reciting the poems they kept in their pockets
The Zena Sutherland Award for Children's Literature is one of the only kid-selected book awards in the United States
Vote for Lab's Doodle for Google state finalist by this Friday, May 14, 11:59 p.m. PDT
Aimone is known to be among the most influential advisers and journalism educators in the state
I believe that this type of activity is what John Dewey and Francis Parker had in mind for Lab teachers
“Lasagna Love”—a way to express gratitude and love for Lab’s faculty and staff during exceptional times
Jueds will oversee all four divisions—Nursery-Grade 2, and Lower, Middle and High schools—stewarding their distinctive cultures, supporting their faculties, and encouraging creativity, innovation and exploration.