Cultivating Skills and Behaviors for Future Learning — and Friends

Whether teaching about protons and neutrons or social, geographical and economic aspects of Ancient Egypt; LGS educators use academic instruction to help students increase their ability to maintain focus, organize materials, prioritize assignments, and more.

Specialized therapists and staff also work together to assist students in developing coping strategies to better manage stressors that can seem overwhelming. Social skills classes and extra-curricular activities encourage positive interactions among students both during and outside of school, often resulting in friendship that last through high school and into adult life. Most importantly, the LGS community helps students develop positive self-esteem and confidence to determine and pursue their personal goals and interests.

Specialized therapists and staff also work together to assist students in developing coping strategies to better manage stressors that can seem overwhelming. Social skills classes and extra-curricular activities encourage positive interactions among students both during and outside of school, often resulting in friendship that last through high school and into adult life.

Most importantly, the LGS community helps students develop positive self-esteem and confidence to determine and pursue their personal goals and interests.

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