The Laurel School of Princeton is pleased to introduce a new and efficient way to go through our Admission/Enrollment process. Partnering with TADS, we invite you to use this Process which is a user-friendly, industry standard, online system. For more information on the process jump over to Admissions
Know the signs, show your love, screen your child for Dyslexia this October.
Call for Appointment 609-688-1280 Ext 215
The Laurel School of Princeton is happy to announce the initiation of the Seed Spot Next after school program with middle school students at their Princeton, NJ campus. Seed Spot, the socially conscious incubator for adult entrepreneurs, designed the Next program to cultivate the entrepreneurial spirit in young people while nurturing student passions to solve real world problems. The Laurel School is proud to be an early adopter of the program in its first year of national expansion outside the state of Arizona. The curriculum-based, cross- disciplinary program for high school and middle school students is designed to provide the resources, skills, and knowledge to fuel student passion to change the world through student entrepreneurship. The Seed Spot Next/ Laurel School collaboration is an exceptional opportunity for our talented students to engage with the local and larger communities in a meaningful and impactful way.
The Newgrange School of Princeton, Inc. recently announced the renaming of the Newgrange Education Center to the Ann Robinowitz Education Center. Today, we are happy to support this endeavor by introducing a new website: www.robinowitzcenter.org
Still providing our fantastic services — Professional Development, Educational Evaluations and Screening, Tutoring and Consulting, please visit the new website to find out why we have chosen such a dedicated woman for the name of our Education Center — Ann Robinowitz
Our students enjoy learning using multisensory teaching methods. Visit the link below to see our students in action .
As an Accredited Wilson Language Partner, the Laurel School of Princeton is proud to also be recognized by the International Dyslexia Association for Wilson Courses and Certification Programs. A new logo has been added to the others at the bottom of our website. Refer to the Language Arts section to learn more about our other teaching methods.
Fran Kurocka, Language Arts and Literacy Teacher at the Laurel School of Princeton, was awarded the Sharon Parks Scholarship for Level II Training, by Barbara Wilson in June, 2014. Mrs. Kurocka was chosen due to her sincere dedication to the mission of Wilson.
The award is named after Sharon Parks, a dedicated Wilson Trainer who passed away unexpectedly in 1996. She was an enthusiastic, conscientious, concerned teacher, who was committed to helping teachers and students succeed with reading.
Presentation of the award will be at Wilson’s Annual Conference in Providence, RI, July, 2014.
Congratulations Miss Fran! We are very proud of you! Everyday we get to see why you were chosen for this award. Thank You.
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The Laurel School of Princeton
75 Mapleton Road, Princeton, NJ 08540
Phone: 609-566-6000 • Fax: 609-356-1700