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    Welcome to The Campus Laboratory School of Carlow University

CLS Students
    • The Campus Laboratory School of Carlow University is an independent Catholic coeducational institution educating students in preschool through 8th grade. We also have an Early Learning Center that serves children 6 weeks-3 years.


    • Rooted in the values-based tradition of the Sisters of Mercy, The Campus Laboratory School provides a nurturing environment which focuses on the uniqueness of each child and encourages a spirit of community and service to others.


    • Both preschool, pre-Kindergarten, Kindergarten and Montessori 3-5-year-old programs are offered for our youngest students.


    • We typically have 2 classes per grade in Kindergarten through 8th grade with an average of 14 students per class. 


    • Our small class size allows for focused learning and attention to individual learning needs.
  • "The water quality and testing science module led by Ms. Diamond was greatly enjoyed by the Fourth Grade students.  The hands-on learning really seemed to excite the students and gave them a taste of science experimentation to come in upper grades.  This type of STEAM learning is becoming a Hallmark of The Campus School."

    John R. Gotaske, Jr., parent of Mary


    "We're so happy with The Campus School, Declan loves it!"

    Liam O'Connell, parent of prekindergarten student


    Elizabeth really enjoyed school!  She attended The Campus School since pre-K and was very familiar with the people and the school.  I believe it is a wonderful learning environment and I have seen her grow.

    Susan Straud, parent of alum


     "We looked at several schools before deciding on The Campus School.  From the staff to the teachers to the students themselves, there's a warmth and genuine caring that makes the school a special place.  It's great to see my son so engaged in learning and enjoying being a part of the school community.  I'm confident that this is a great investment and the right choice for his education."

    Kelley Maloney, parent of a 4th grader