We believe that social, emotional, and academic growth are intertwined. Teachers and the Student Support Team thoughtfully attend to each student’s wellbeing in all of these areas.
Lowell welcomes curious and creative students who can learn through their engagement with our rigorous, integrated, and collaborative curriculum. We recognize that all students, even highly capable learners, may require support to master particular concepts or skills, to develop organizational strategies, or to accommodate their learning differences. We encourage all students to advocate for themselves, and we support students as they learn to ask for what they need to succeed. By taking advantage of opportunities to ask questions, develop understanding, overcome challenges, and explore strengths, Lowell students gain the knowledge, skills, and social and emotional literacy to become creative problem-solvers, confident leaders, and lifelong learners.
Many aspects of Lowell’s approach to instruction enable students with a variety of strengths and learning profiles to succeed.