Lower School Open House

We aren't your average school. We’re obsessed with our mission, with constant improvement and with putting kids first. We know children learn differently, and so we teach differently — adapting the learning environment to suit the needs of our students instead of the other way around.

Open House Registration Form

About Our Grade K-6 Admission Open House

Join us at the Lower School campus, located at 1551 East Wallings Road in Broadview Heights to learn more about the Lawrence School Advantage. Our Orton-Gillingham approach is grounded in research-based and multisensory strategies that boost student achievement.

During our K-6 Admission Open House, you will have the opportunity to:

  • Learn more about our teaching methods, school culture and student-life opportunities;
  • Meet current teachers and students;
  • Tour the campus and ask questions.

Adults Only
Our Open House events are designed for adults only.

Grades K-6
Our Lower School Open House is intended for families interested in Grades K-6.

Don't See The Date You're Looking For?
Although we prefer that our guests register in advance, parents are welcome to attend as walk-ins but should be prepared to provide basic information upon arrival.

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Who are Lawrence Learners?

Lawrence students come from more than 80 communities in Northeast Ohio and beyond (some travel 90 minutes each way). They represent diverse cultural and socioeconomic backgrounds. And like 10 to 15 percent of all school-aged children, they have a diagnosed learning difference.

Lawrence specializes in teaching students who are average or above average in intelligence but who struggle with language-based learning differences and who have challenges focusing attention. That includes students with:

  • learning differences in reading fluency, reading comprehension or written expression
  • dyslexia
  • dysgraphia
  • dyscalculia
  • expressive or receptive language disorders
  • attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD)
  • processing speed challenges
  • executive dysfunctions