The Concord Review is the only academic journal publishing the scholarship of history students from high schools.
the national contest consisted of individual programming problems with a three-hour time limit
Fewer things prompt wonder and creativity in the minds of Lab’s youngest students than the stunning beauty and compact life cycle of the monarch butterfly
Lab alumni gathered virtually for this year's Alumni Awards ceremony to celebrate the extraordinary achievements of four remarkable recipients. Distinguished Alumnus Award went to George Lewis, '69. Rising Star Professional Achievement Awards went to W. Kamau Bell, '90 and Alison Siegler, '91. And the Alumni Service Award went to Andrew Neal, '78.
Expressing gratitude can be a key to social emotional learning; building and strengthening confidence, optimism, social awareness, empathy, and relationship skills.
“..Now, more than ever, our future rests on the talent, ideas, and ambition of our next generation of leaders.”
Watch this year's Athletics awards ceremony here
Racism at any time is painful and wrong. It is part of the University and Lab missions to create an environment in which everyone feels included and has a strong sense of belonging.
Students, families, faculty, and staff applauded Lab seniors in the third annual clap out, a tradition honoring Lab's graduating high school students. While this year's event went virtual, the applause was no less thunderous. Congratulations, class of 2020, we are so proud of you!
David is one of a very elite group of interscholastic athletic administrators nationwide to attain this level of professionalism
With over a thousand unique visitors and over 5,300 page views, Lab's Parents' Association extends the Rites of May experience through the end of the school year.
Established in 1980, the first edition of Renaissance was put together with just glue and scissors. Since its conception, it has remained as Lab's only creative arts and writing magazine.
David Magill, who served as director of the Schools for 11 years until 2014, has returned as interim director
Mary Beth Tinker speaks to U-Highers about freedom of expression
Education is... life itself—John Dewey