Our social studies program is uniquely tailored for students with learning disabilities. The Laurel School of Princeton strives to maintain excellent academic standards, and provide age-appropriate content while accommodating the special needs of our students with dyslexia.
The social studies curriculum encourages our students to think analytically about the people, cultures, and environments of our local and global communities.
Students learn about what it means to be a citizen of our complex world. Topics of study include government, history, economics, geography, and the environment. Projects, field trips, and interactive lessons encourage connections to real life experiences.
If you’ve been considering your educational options at special needs schools, our rigorous yet personalized curriculum at The Laurel School of Princeton may surpass your expectations. Contact us today to set up a tour and see our extraordinary school for yourself.