UCLA Lab School promotes innovation and excellence in education through research, outreach, and teaching and learning.
- CORE Beliefs
- A Commitment to Diversity
- Board of Advisors
We believe in:Equity 1. Creating a teaching and learning environment that supports all student identities 2. Supporting children’s cognitive, emotional, social and physical development 3. Building a community of caring learners guided by safe school norms 4. Putting into practice an ethic of mutual respect and inclusiveness 5. Promoting interchange of ideas through conversations and dialogue 6. Developing a learning community based on appreciation of differencesCritical Thinking 1. Teaching t...
UCLA Lab School is working on programs to strengthen and enhance teaching and learning in PreK-6 education. Our major areas of focus include: 1. Advancing partnerships with schools and districts in Los Angeles and California 2. Expanding professional development programs for teachers 3. Expanding educational opportunities for students and families in traditionally underserved communities in Los Angeles
“If we are to achieve a richer culture, rich in contrasting values, we must recognize the whole gamut of human potentialities, and so weave a less arbitrary social fabric, one in which each diverse human gift will find a fitting place.” — Margaret Mead (1901-1978, anthropologist)Our diversity is an integral part of who we are as a school community. The diversity of our families, teachers, and staff enhances and enriches the learning environment, provides opportunities for children’s growth, a...
The role of the UCLA Lab School Board of Advisors is to foster community support and further the mission and goals of the school. The board consists of parents of current and former students, community members, lab school faculty members, the dean of the Graduate School of Education & Information Studies, and the principal. It serves as a forum for discussion and consultation related to development, finance, and advocacy for the school.
1. Mia Riverton Alpert – Chair 2. Mitch Smelkinson – Vice Chair 3. Jeremy Barber 4. Tamar Chafets 5. Tina Christie 6. Bobby Daly 7. Craig Fox 8. Joyce Friedman 9. Ryan Gates 10. Ben Goldhirsh 11. Rebecca Heneise 12. Sally Katovsich 13. Gauri Kolhatkar 14. Jennifer Lang 15. Amy Lassere 16. Georgia Lazo 17. Sara-Jean Lipmen 18. Leo Marmol 19. Ashley May 20. Vanessa Nacif 21. Mandore Oviedo 22. Akia Pacheco 23. Luz Padua 24. Nikki Parrish 25. Desa Philadelphia 26. Jody Priselac 27. Kal Raustial...
History. UCLA Lab School was founded in 1882, as the demonstration school of the California State Normal School at Los Angeles. Located on the site of today’s Central Library in downtown Los Angeles, the normal school prepared teachers for educating the growing city.
- Georgia Ann Lazo
- 1947 (current campus)
- Laboratory school
As a kid, he would walk across campus to the UCLA Lab School (formerly Seeds UES) where he attended elementary school. Sandoval became a registered nurse after graduating from the Masters Entry Clinical Nurse program at the UCLA School of Nursing and is proud to be able to continue his nursing career at UCLA Health.
UCLA Lab School Claimed. 330 Charles E. Young Drive North, Los Angeles, CA 90095 (310) 825-1801 School website. Contact info. Grades K-6. Students? Type Private.
- Private school
We welcome your interest in UCLA Lab School for your son or daughter’s elementary education. As the laboratory school of the UCLA Graduate School of Education & Information Studies, we enroll approximately 450 students, ages 4-12. Being part of a laboratory school community is a unique and rewarding experience.
SEEDS supports early childhood professionals in providing trauma informed care so that children with histories of trauma can build healthy relationships and self-regulation, both essential for school readiness. SEEDS is 18 hours of professional development in Early Childhood Trauma Informed Care. In six 3 hour sessions, SEEDS explores:
The UCLA Lab School community provides a stimulating and supportive environment to educators and staff who want to make a positive difference in the lives of children. Part of the Graduate School of Education & Information Studies , UCLA Lab School has had a reputation for innovation and excellence since its founding in 1882.
Directions to UCLA. From the 405 Freeway, exit at Sunset Blvd. and drive east for approximately 1 mile. Turn right onto the UCLA campus at the Westwood Plaza entrance. The entrance to the Lot 4 (P4) parking structure is straight ahead. It is approximately a 5-minute walk to UCLA Lab School from the parking lot.
100 UCLA Medical Plaza, Suite 245 Los Angeles, CA 90095 310-267-3211 Phone 310-206-5309 Fax. Open Monday to Friday, 8:00 am to 6:00 pm. Map & directions >