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Laurel Springs School is an accredited, private online school, offering a rigorous academic program for grades K–12. LSS offers college prep academics including Advanced Placement (AP), Honors, and gifted and talented programs. LSS has open enrollment to begin classes any time of the year. The web-based 5th-12th grade core online courses combine the dynamic interactivity of the web with online and off-line assignments. LSS also offers a comprehensive textbook-based program for students in grades 4th-12th for one semester (18 weeks) or two semesters (36 weeks). A project-based curriculum for K-8th is also offered and is ideal for students who want options and variety in their learning assignments.

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  1. Laurel Springs School Review by Kim Gotzion
    Pros: easy to follow
    Cons: repetitve

    Grades Used: high school

    My son did high school Spanish online. Each unit followed the same style of practice and quizzes so he knew what to expect. For some that can get quite boring but he didn’t seem to mind. Having it only online ended up somewhat difficult for us as we traveled a bit and were unable to have internet then. I wish you could do part online and part text book. We had to have an extension and ended up with a different teacher at the end who did a much better job of giving feedback so that may vary by who you get. His first teacher graded assignments and simply wrote, “Nice job” so not very helpful.

  2. Laurel Springs School Review by Katherine Henry
    Pros: Good course content
    Cons: Expensive, punitive pricing on extensions

    Grades Used: 6th

    We tried Laurel Springs this year for our twin daughters’ math and science classes. Although the course content is good, it is all online, which we consider a disadvantage. In addition, any extensions at the end of the course cost $200 per child; the pricing is punitive. The school prevents students from moving on until the teacher grades assignments, which also creates timing problems. We will not renew with the school.

  3. Laurel Springs School Review by Sidney Sandage

    Of course, what a fantastic blog and educative posts, I will bookmark your blog.Best Regards!

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