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Lawrence District and Curriculum

The schools in the community are part of the larger Metropolitan School District of Lawrence Township; which itself is an annex of the Indianapolis Public School System. The Metropolitan School District attends to the needs of over 16,000 students in 20 schools; and is ranked among the top districts in the state.

We currently cover the following Lawrence-area school district: Metropolitan School District of Lawrence Township.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Lawrence District Curriculum

The Metropolitan School District of Lawrence’s curriculum continuum begins with best-practice preschool education and carries on through high school graduation. The cornerstone of the preschool program in the MSD of Lawrence is the district’s four Early Learning Centers. The facilities and curricula are state of the art and meet the developmental needs of children aged 3-6. Integrated learning, a preschool arts program, and before and after school care are some examples of what makes this program second to none.

The middle schools serve children in grades 7 and 8 and offer some unique learning opportunities included accelerated learning, a full spectrum of performing arts, and classes in pre-engineering and computer applications. The high schools offer the International Baccalaureate Diploma, a Spanish language immersion program as well as the full array of language courses, biomedical and biotechnology courses, and career technology classes.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Lawrence Educational News

  • Magnet Programs - The Magnet School programs offered within the district have garnered awards while sparking students interest in areas such as Communications, Environmental Studies, Performing Arts, STEM Learning and Spanish Immersion. These programs are available to students through an application process.
  • 21st Century Scholars - The 21st Century Scholars Program is a statewide initiative to make sure that all students who are seeking a college education are able to achieve their goals. The program is designed to encourage 7th and 8th graders to commit to good citizenship and direct their learning towards college and awards scholarships to support their financial needs.
  • Lawrence Township Foundation Outing a Success! - As an annual tradition, the foundation held its 27th annual golf outing that can certainly be classified as a huge success! Over $26,000 was raised and all of the funds will be used to support students in their academic endeavors.

Lawrence Tutors Can Help Your Student Succeed

SchoolTutoring Academy works with young learners and students, all the way up through high school. We offer Pre-K and Kindergarten Tutoring as well as Elementary School Tutoring to build a strong learning foundation early on. We also offer comprehensive tutoring across all school subjects.

Chalk Talk: Relating Learning to Life

All too often children believe that what they are learning in school has nothing to do with life outside the classroom. Parents can help their children recognize the connection between their studies and their application to the real world. Consider the following tips. have your children map out directions to places you are going – whether on vacation or to the mall. Have them find the latitude and longitude as well – to get a better idea of their place on the globe. Or, allow your children to help with the budget; everything from the process of banking to adding and subtracting dollars and cents needed to pay the bills. Give them a certain amount of money and let them buy groceries. This is a real eye-opener. And, of course, actively seek other ways to bring learning to life.