Curiosity, intellectual passion, and personal responsibility are traits that Upper School faculty foster in students on a daily basis. In a warm, caring environment, teachers guide students to develop the habits of mind and skills necessary to fully participate in our challenging, exciting curriculum as well as to become active members of the school and larger community.
By honing skills in reading, writing, public speaking, and problem-solving, our students become active, effective participants in the vibrant exchange of ideas at LCDS and beyond. Their engagement in lively discourse and debate helps students develop confidence and leadership skills as they broaden and deepen their understanding of the world around them. At the same time, we are careful to maintain a supportive environment - a place sensitive to the unique needs of teenagers, where they can feel safe taking on new challenges.
A variety of wide-ranging curricular and extracurricular opportunities, combined with close mentoring and small class size, enable students and teachers to thoroughly enjoy their work together in pursuit of educational achievement. Along with personalized college guidance, our students enjoy smooth passage from successful high school careers to the colleges and universities best suited to their individual goals and aspirations.
C. Eric Bondy
(717) 392-2916 x.234
(717) 392-2916 x.235
Advanced Placement courses in 11 subjects
Independent Study and Independent Senior Projects for advanced work beyond curriculum
Foreign Language: Spanish, French, Latin and Mandarin
Outstanding college preparation, particularly in reading, writing, testing and discussion skills
International Model United Nations course for seniors. LCDS is one of six schools in the US invited to participate in this program held yearly in The Hague