Life at Lab

    • In their own words, current students describe their experiences at Baltimore Lab School!

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  • Every Child Can Learn

    Baltimore Lab School is imaginative, innovative, and extraordinarily successful when it comes to helping students manage their learning disabilities so that they can master challenging, college preparatory academics.

    We recognize each student is a unique learner. And we’re committed to adapting our instruction to meet every student’s needs. Using visual and performing arts as the gateway to academics, we’re able to increase your child’s attention span, build organizational competency, enhance language and math skills, and – most important of all – bolster your child’s sense of self-confidence.

    At Baltimore Lab School, we value the individual. And we’re intent on helping individuals value themselves as well.
  • Our Students

    Bright, motivated, and invested in their education, Baltimore Lab School students are well-poised to tackle the challenges of their learning disabilities. With average or above average IQ, emotional well-being, and behavioral stability, they are receptive and responsive to our innovative teaching methods. Our students work hard, take pride in their progress, and enjoy the confidence that comes from mastering our ambitious curriculum.

    Every student at Baltimore Lab School is exceptional, with a special intelligence that we recognize, appreciate…and unleash. In every classroom, you’ll find a variety of learning styles – and equally varied teaching approaches, tailored to address those different styles.
  • Our Faculty

    Our teachers have a motto: “If the teaching isn’t working, change the teaching.” We go to great lengths to imagine…and implement…effective strategies to unlock your child’s potential. Energy, vision, and dedication are hallmarks of our team. We attract and retain talented and experienced staff and invest in their professional development. Most teachers at Baltimore Lab School have their master’s degrees and every teacher is highly trained and certified in special education, diagnostic-prescriptive teaching, and intensive academic remediation.
  • Our Program

    From first grade through high school, Baltimore Lab School provides a dynamic, stimulating environment that fuels the quest for knowledge. Our award-wining curriculum is multi-sensory, experiential and challenging.

    Students benefit from small classes and an exceptionally low teacher/student ratio. Individual attention, recognition, and positive reinforcement give young learners the support they need to succeed academically and socially.
  • Our Services

    Every Baltimore Lab School student benefits from one-on-one evaluations that allow our team to customize academic strategies specifically targeted to his or her needs. In addition to Clinical Services that are integrated into every classroom, your child may require specific additional clinical services to further enhance academic success. In fact, the majority of our students do receive some level of additional clinical service support. Fees for these services are charged over and above our basic tuition. For more information, click here.
  • Our Location

    Baltimore Lab School takes full advantage of our city-centric location in the heart of Baltimore City. We take pride in – and full advantage of – our prestigious university neighbors, including Johns Hopkins University, Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA), and the University of Maryland, Baltimore Campus (UMBC). As part of the dynamic and energizing Station North Arts and Entertainment District, we’re surrounded by live theatre, dance, galleries, and open air arts festivals. Whether enjoying close by athletic and aquatic facilities, learning valuable on-the-job skills at an area business, or venturing further afield for field trips and outdoor adventures, our convenient address gives Baltimore Lab School students the benefits of having a vibrant, eclectic city as its campus.

    For more information contact Annette Fallon, Director of Admissions at 410-735-0058 or email annette.fallon@baltimorelabschool.org

Lower School, Grades 1-5

Middle School, Grades 6-8

High School, Grades 9-12

Founded by visionary educator Sally L. Smith in 2000, Baltimore Lab School educates bright, motivated children in Grades 1-12 with learning disabilities like dyslexia, ADHD, and more. Through our innovative, arts-based curriculum, our students go on to succeed in college and careers.