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Lawrence School is an independent, K–12 co-ed day school serving students with dyslexia, ADHD, and other language-based learning differences. We provide students from more than 90 Northeast Ohio communities with an exceptional educational experience.

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Lawrence Lower Campus
(grades K–6)

1551 East Wallings Road
Broadview Heights, Ohio 44147

Lower Campus resides on six and a half acres of land in Broadview Heights, Ohio in Cuyahoga County—15 miles from downtown Cleveland and 20 miles from Akron. There is access to three major thoroughfares within five miles of the campus: I-77, I-480, and the Ohio Turnpike.

The Lower School building is 34,000 square feet and contains ample classroom space, a gymnasium, art room, science lab, library, a tech center, administrative offices, as well as the Ethan D. Schafer Center for Learning Differences. Also located on the Lower School campus is a 5400 square foot modular building that houses the business department. The Lower School building was purchased in 1986 from the City of Broadview Heights.

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Lawrence Upper Campus
(grades 7–12)

10036 Olde Eight Road
Sagamore Hills, Ohio 44067

The 62,000-square-foot Upper School campus opened in January of 2007, on 47 rolling acres of land in Sagamore Hills, Ohio, in northern Summit County.

The campus is within ten miles of the Lower Campus in Broadview Heights, and is easily accessible from I-77, I-271, Route 8, and the Ohio Turnpike. The Upper School building can accommodate up to 300 students and features a beautiful gymnasium, two science labs, an fine and performing arts suite, theater, weight room, library, and commons/classrooms areas (separated by grade level). The entire building is wired for remote access and each student has a dedicated laptop recharging station.

The campus itself boasts incredible natural resources including an eight-acre lake, stream, open fields, and wooded areas. This "living laboratory" space allows for weather observations, year-round study of the lake, rock/mineral collection, topography, orienteering, botany, and more. Also located on campus are a regulation-size soccer field and baseball field, as well as a cross country course.

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