Stories from the Conservatory Lab Community

Learning in Action

Conservatory Lab students take ownership of their learning. Each one grows as a Scholar, Artists, and Leaders through project based learning, music, and community engagement.

Constituent Profile: Rev. Dr. Gregory Groover, Board Chair Elect, Conservatory Lab Charter School

In a recent conversation, longtime trustee and incoming Board Chair Reverend Doctor Gregory Groover shared how pleased he is to see the school move into its new building at 395 Columbia Road in Uphams Corner,  “I’m happy to hear how

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Families, Now Educators: A Look At Virtual Learning Strategies At Home

Remote or hybrid learning has become a critical means for teachers to continue building sustainable educational experiences for young learners. At Conservatory Lab, teachers continue to explore a blend of virtual and more traditional methods of instruction to keep students’

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Spirit at CLCS during Remote Learning

Spirit Days at Conservatory Lab are a time of exploration, cultural celebration, and engagement in scholarship beyond the classroom. Students drive learning through these events, designed to leave space for imagination and self-expression.   Spirit Weeks bolster excitement and community spirit

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Next Wave Master Class- Routines and Artistry in Early Childhood Music at Conservatory Lab

Conservatory Lab community members board and staff members and alumni represented the school with skill and pride at the Next Wave Summit, hosted by our sister organization, the Center for Artistry and Scholarship on Saturday, October 19, 2019. Next Wave

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