Laurel School Of Princeton

Virtual Open House

The Laurel School of Princeton is an independent, co–educational day school for students in grades
 1-12, specializing in educating children with language based learning differences, such as dyslexia, dysgraphia, and dyscalculia.

What does is mean to be a Laurel Student?
Acceptance. Loyalty. Opportunity. Self Respect. Community.

Laurel School’s mission ensures that all instruction is research-based, multisensory, and delivered in fidelity by certified and expert faculty, who care deeply about their students. An outstanding faculty, who are experts at teaching non-traditional, strategic learners state-of-the -art assistive and creative technology at our convenient central NJ Location in a beautiful natural setting. 

We value personal relationships between students and teachers.

As a specialized school, we customize instruction to the learning challenges of our students. We foster the exploration of their gifts and talents both in and out of the classroom. We believe it is critical to provide experiences that validate their individuality while building confidence and self-esteem.

An independent day school for students in grades
 1-12, specializing in educating children with learning differences, such as dyslexia, dysgraphia, and dyscalculia.

Our students love coming to school each day, which is the best indicator that our approach works.

Top-notch related services available: Speech, Language, Occupational Therapy and Executive Function

“The learning environment at Laurel is very warm. A lot of people are going through the same thing you are.”
- Dahlia, Laurel Student

Why Laurel?

The Laurel School of Princeton offers hope.
The Laurel School of Princeton delivers life-changing academic skills.
The Laurel School of Princeton develops self-confidence, and character in students.

Performing Arts

Performing arts helps our students think creatively, improves their mental and imagination skills. Every year, Laurel School has produced beautiful plays, including “Beauty and the Beast” and “Annie Jr.”

Visual Arts

Visual Arts at the Laurel School of Princeton help students bring out their creativity as well as develop their personality.

Creator Space

Students are encouraged to approach problems with flexible thinking, perseverance, and creativity. Students will develop and apply all these skills in open-ended, student-directed exploration.


Laurel students are innovative and original, with inspiration coming from almost anything or any place, and never stop thinking about creative ways to help Laurel's musical productions come alive.

Physical Education

Physical Education at Laurel School teaches both physical and social life skills. Students build physical strength and stamina through games and activities to engage gross motor and fine motor skills.

Executive Function

Focusing on intellectual, personal, and social and emotional proficiencies that directly support students in lifelong learning. Competency development allows students to master critical skills and content that enables success in personal, social, educational, and career contexts.

Our Staff is Wilson Reading Program® (Certified) and Orton-Gillingham (Certified)

Our trained and certified faculty provide individualized instruction for students with language-based learning differences and their co-existing symptoms across all disciplines. Small reading and math groups ensure all students’ needs are met in our supportive and nurturing learning environment.

We Can't Wait To Meet You!

On campus, or via Zoom or Skype, our Admissions Team can't wait to meet you. Get to know the Laurel School of Princeton School in whatever way is most comfortable for your family.

“Last night, for the first time in her life, my daughter was happy with a book on her lap!! Her reading was fluent and amazingly as she read to me, I watched her mood shift from shaky to confident. She is starting to realize, I can do this! It was like watching a baby take those first steps. To top it off when she was done reading and skipping away from me, she turned to say, ‘That was fun!’ In awe I watched her silently as those three small words lingered in the air with tears of joy in my eyes!”
- Laurel Parent

Schedule a meeting or Zoom with Mrs. Nyce

Our Director of Admissions & Financial Aid, Aimeé Nyce, would be delighted to meet with you in-person, via Zoom or a phone call to answer any questions you may have about the Laurel School of Princeton.