News from The Lewis School of Princeton
The stories collected at Lewis reflect gifts and promise of our diverse learners.
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.
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.
Two musicians, Dr. Marie Trudeau and Hannah Carr, each incredibly disciplined and inspired, yet distinct in their approach to the craft, are music teachers at The Lewis School.
The Scare Away Hunger project asks the Lewis community to bring canned foods between Halloween and Thanksgiving. Her goal is to create a “Great Wall of Cans” that, when brought down, would open up possibilities to children who are hungry during this season of plenty.
“Oh I remember you…you were the kid that never got anything right on your spelling tests,” said a student to the new boy in his seventh grade class.
“Throughout all of my years in education, I have believed in the mission and vision of this school…When the mechanics of learning to learn are addressed, children are free to be the creative explorers they were always meant to be. We believe in the potential of every child.”