Lab School History
Did you know . . .

In 1926, Smith College President William Allan Neilson established both The Smith College Nursery School and The Smith College Day School.

These laboratory schools were established to serve as a learning environment for Smith students in education and psychology. The Day School is now known as the Smith College Campus School, enrolling children from kindergarten through sixth grade. The Campus School continues to provide an exemplary education for elementary school students and to serve as a laboratory for the study of teaching and learning.

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News & Notices:
Open House on January 23, 2016 from 9:30 to 11:00 AM. All prospective students and their families are welcome! Come explore classrooms, see what our students are learning, and meet teachers, administrators and current parents. For more information - click here

Frontline Design: Campus School Teachers Help Shape New Care Curriculum:
 Read this article written by Barbara Solow, the associate director of Smith College Media Relations. She chronicles how a core group of our faculty have worked on developing a curriculum focused on the qualities described by Dan Goleman in his lecture last week as being critical to education: compassion, attention, self-regulation, and empathy. Click here for more.


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