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Learning Without Limits (LWL) College Preparatory Elementary School is dedicated to dramatically raising student achievement and preparing students for the path to college by building on the strengths students bring with them to school. Every morning students gather in the school’s center square to state the vision for all LWLers’ future:
“We stand on the shoulders of those who came before us as we grow into leaders who are passionate and care about making our world better. We are equipped with skills and knowledge, filled with curiosity, and we know that even when we face challenges, we will achieve.”
Academics and the Arts
At LWL, we recognize the connection between the arts and academic success. Students will have a variety of critical thinking experiences at LWL through experience with visual art, music, and technology.
The Path to College
Elementary school is not too early to begin thinking about preparing for college. We know that success in middle and high school is easier when students leave elementary school with a broad set of knowledge and strong reading, writing, and problem solving skills.
Partnership with Parents
We stand on the shoulders of those who came before us… At LWL, we know parents are students’ first teachers. We partner with families to provide an excellent education for children and build on the strengths they bring with them from home.
At Learning Without Limits, we believe it is important for students to keep asking questions their whole lives. We encourage children to ask questions and help them learn to find answers to their questions.
We know how important it is for students to be able to read with automaticity in order to comprehend what they read. We also know students need to have math facts at the tip of their brain so they can use them to solve complex math problems.
Knowledge and Critical Thinking
At LWL, we believe knowledge and problem-solving go hand-in-hand. The more you know, the more you can figure out and the more you can figure out the more you learn. For that reason, we want our students to go on to middle school with broad knowledge and the experience of using their knowledge to solve lots of interesting problems.