Summer Programs


Click here to sign up for SUMMER 2020

Your child will learn differently—and better—than they ever have before.

Ages 3.5 – 5

Tuesday & Thursdays
June 16 – July 9 | 9 – 10:30 a.m.
Broadview Heights Campus | $300

Heading to preschool or kindergarten this fall? Ensure your child's future academic success — enroll in Alphabet Adventures! We use evidence-based strategies to strengthen alphabet knowledge and pre-reading skills. Taught by degreed literacy specialists, our multisensory Orton-Gillingham approach helps students make the connection between sounds and letters. Click Here to learn more!

Entering Grades 1 – 5*


Monday – Friday
June 15 – July 10 | 8 a.m. – Noon
Broadview Heights Campus | $1,000

Concerned your child isn’t reaching grade level standards in reading, writing, or mathematics? Put your worries aside and register for Lions Leap. Students are grouped by skill level and our Orton-Gillingham multisensory approach greatly improves their academic performance.

Students work on academics in 45-minute increments and in between subjects, they have fun on the playground with four 15-minute recess periods.

Our summer students will gain confidence, realize learning actually can be fun, and hit the ground running next school year.

Lions Leap classes are grouped by ability. Students are invited to visit campus this spring for a very short skill assessment.

*Those repeating kindergarten may enroll.


Entering Grades 6 – 8


Full Day | 8 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Half Day | 8 – 11:45 a.m.
August 3 – 7
Sagamore Hills Campus
$395 Full Day / $195 Half Day

This back-to-school readiness program will take your middle schooler’s study, time management, and test-taking skills to the next level. Students will explore how technology can assist with reading, organization, and note taking. Afternoon activities, led by Effective Leadership Academy, focus on personal responsibility, self empowerment, and communication.

For questions about Lawrence School's Summer Programming, call 440.526.0717 or email

Lawrence School programming is not designed to serve students with persistent or severe behavior problems.