The power of the female mind, unleashed
At Lauralton Hall, our academic philosophy is simple: Each student has the potential to soar.
Achieving academic success isn't just about high grades and test scores. Instead, it’s about opening your mind to new experiences, about taking new information and formulating your own interpretation of the facts and figures, and about engaging your mind.
Led by an administration and faculty that believe in the power of the female mind, your drive and dedication can take you to amazing places. We believe that all young women can grow and blossom into their best selves, and our curriculum is designed to help you achieve this. How do we unleash this power? We use STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts & Math), a teaching method designed to weave together the traditional classroom with everyday experiences. When you study Newton’s laws of physics during your freshman year and then apply them to an amusement park full of roller coasters, that’s the Lauralton way of transferring your intellect to the real world.
When you read Shakespeare and Poe and Dickinson and Frost, then craft your own poems and short stories, that’s the Lauralton way of unleashing your artistic powers. When you sing a duet from the musical Into the Woods, or analyze the chemical components of pond water, or research the traditions and behaviors of world cultures, or exhibit artwork at a local art gallery, you are reaching your unique academic potential.
The Lauralton approach seamlessly integrates knowledge and actions that provide students with tangible and meaningful accomplishments.
Explore our academic offerings in the Program of Studies, and discover your path to soaring.