Throughout the admissions season, we offer several ways to explore our vibrant classrooms, hear about our inquiry-based curriculum, and get to know our community. In addition to our upcoming events, below you'll also find a selection of on-demand recordings from previous years.
On select Saturdays throughout the school year, Corlears offers free family activities — all are welcome! The LPG initiative is designed to create broader inclusion and access for families in our diverse city.
Families who have submitted their child's application have the opportunity to schedule a private, in-person tour with a member of our admissions team.
On-Demand Webinar Recordings
A peek behind the scenes into the instructional philosophy across the Early Childhood and Elementary divisions at Corlears School. Participants will get the chance to see Corlears learning in action; you'll come away with an understanding of how we use a planned environment, experiences, and real-world contexts to engage students at all age levels.
In this session, viewers will learn how identity develops in early childhood and how to raise families that value antiracism. This event examines how the Early Childhood teachers at Corlears are unpacking Ibram X. Kendi’s board book Antiracist Baby, and classrooms and curriculum are curated through an antiracist lens. We also share Corlears School's top five racial equity strategies for embracing antiracism as a family value.
In this session, you'll view a scene from a film that explores the importance of setting mindful limits and boundaries in order for a family to thrive and grow. Then, Early Childhood Division Director Colleen Goddard, Ph.D., discusses the impact and influence on the entire familial construct; with kindness, consistency, and constancy, each moment can be attended to with supportive awareness and intention.
Viewers get an inside look into the developmental approach to our Roots classrooms and curriculum, as well as a look back on the inaugural year of programming. This session is presented by Early Childhood Division Director Colleen Goddard, Ph.D., Toddler Program Head Teacher Ariel Grossman, and Admissions Director Meredith Orloff.
In this session, Assistant Head of School Mansi Vasa unpacks how Corlears School's identity and social justice curriculum unfolds across the ages from Kindergarten through fifth grade. Viewers will walk away with an understanding of how the social justice themes of identity, diversity, justice, and action are a significant piece of the educational experience at Corlears.
Resources to Explore
An overview of Corlears School's academic and auxiliary programs for toddlers through fifth grade.
This page outlines the admissions process in detail for each of our school programs, from toddlers through fifth grade.
Everything to know about affording Corlears — maximum tuition prices, what tuition covers, and the paradigm-changing TEAM (Tuition Equity and Accessibility Model).
Corlears offers a comprehensive outplacement process that provides individualized support for all graduates and their families.