HAPPY THANKSGIVING

An interview with Henry Winkler.

Realizing the gifts and great promise of all learning different persons

“I live by two words: tenacity and gratitude.” — Henry Winkler, Actor

“Dyslexia…is more common than you imagine. You are not alone.” — Steven Spielberg, Filmmaker

“First, think. Second, dream. Third, believe. And finally, dare.” — Walt Disney, Artist and Mogul

“Imagination encircles the world.” — Albert Einstein, Scientist

“If anybody ever puts you down for having dyslexia, don’t believe them. Being dyslexic can actually be a big advantage.” — Richard Branson, Entrepreneur

“It always seems impossible, until it is done.” — Nelson Mandela, President of South Africa

It’s not a bad thing to be different. “Sometimes, it’s the mark of being very, very talented.” — Rick Riordan, Author of Percy Jackson series

“Success is not final; failure is not fatal. It is the courage to continue that counts…Never, never give up.” — Winston Churchill, Statesman

“Learning is the only thing the mind never exhausts, never fears, never regrets.” — Leonardo Da Vinci, Artist and Inventor

Our Children,
Our Community,
Our Home

Founded in 1973, The Lewis School is a non-profit, co-educational college preparatory school in Princeton, New Jersey. We serve Pre-Kindergarten through high school and post-graduate age students impacted by language-based learning differences primarily related to Dyslexia, Dysgraphia, Auditory Processing, ADHD and Executive Function. Housed in an historic mansion in the heart of Princeton, the town’s many facilities provide a learning canvas for the school.

A pioneer in neuroscience-based education, we provide promising students with an exceptional multisensory educational opportunity that explores and prospers each student’s gifts and great promise. More than four decades of alumni success confirm our legacy as a leader at the forefront of education for students who learn differently.

The Lewis School is fully accredited by the New Jersey Association of Independent Schools (NJAIS), and is a member of the National Association of Independent Schools (NAIS) and The Orton International Dyslexia Society.

A School’s Memory of September 11, 2001

On a sunlit Tuesday morning twenty years ago, I walked into a gathering of parents exchanging heart felt memories of their children’s years of struggling at school. Although Summer Study was over and fall classes had only been in session for several days, fathers and mothers spoke

Dr. Marie Trudeau of The Lewis School Music teacher

Spotlight on Music Teacher, Dr. Marie Trudeau

Marie Trudeau’s resume is quite impressive. A New Jersey-based freelance oboist from Detroit, she has performed on renowned stages from Shenzhen, China to Carnegie Hall, New York. She is a member of the Allentown Symphony and principal of Garden State Philharmonic....
Rob Lott - Lewis School Alum

Lewis Student Graduates from Rider with Award

A student of determination, resilience and grit, Rob Lott (Lewis Class of 2012) graduates from Rider University and is awarded the Ralph F. Gommer Award, given to the student who has demonstrated the most…

Natalie Kalibat wins AP award: Best TV Sports Anchor, Large Market

Lewis Alumna Honored for Best TV Sports Anchor

Natalie Kalibat was recently honored by the Associated Press of the Virginias in the category of “Best TV Sports Anchor, Large Market” at a luncheon at The Greenbrier Resort in White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia.

Stephanie Rahtz - The Lewis School

Bound for Greatness

One dyslexic girl’s journey from kindergarten to the university of her dreams. Summertime in Germany. A young girl hikes up the road in a small Bavarian village with her grandmother and grandfather to visit the local farmer.

Alumni visit for Topics and Trends in Education lecture

Dyslexia: Unwrapping the Gift

In a recent seminar held at The Lewis School, four former Lewis students shared their perspectives of dyslexia and the impact of their Lewis education.

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