What School Could be

A message from Director Charlie Abelmann

As we educate students for the 21st century, how do we ensure we are not complacent? As believers in lifelong learning, we must always ask ourselves, how we should be changing, and what improvements should we be embracing? Read more.


A Latin immersion experience where Latin teachers communicate with one another entirely in Latin, all day, every day

Small groups and summer pace allow teachers to explore new methods and try different strategies

It starts at the end of grade two when the eldest students at ESH make their way to the Historic Campus to visit their third grade colleagues

Events @Lab–You're Invited

Eid Dinner
Wednesday, October 3, 5–7 p.m.
Café Lab
Interlocking: Models and Proposals by Virginio Ferrari
Opening reception
Thursday, October 4, 4–6 p.m.
Corvus Gallery, Gordon Parks Arts Hall
Lorca Forever
A dramatic and musical performance of Federico García Lorca’s most emblematic works
Wednesday, October 10, 7–8:30 p.m.
Gordon Parks Assembly Hall
Lab Alumni Weekend
Friday–Saturday, October 12–13
Historic Campus
Lifespan of Public Art
Coversation with Virginio Ferrari & Andrei Pop
Saturday, October 20, 3:30–4:30 p.m.
Gordon Parks Assembly Hall
Bookswap
Tuesday–Thursday, October 23–25
Judd Hall, C-116