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We want our children... develop the ability to be attentive.

We want our children... experience the satisfaction of working with their hands.

We want our children... engage in physical activities that become meaningful in their lives.

We want our children... know how to make healthy decisions concerning diet and nutrition.

We want our children... understand the validity of their feelings and their responsibility for their actions.

We want our children... see quiet and relaxation as necessary components of learning.

We want our children... understand how to make and maintain a friendship.

We want our children... know how to handle themselves appropriately in social situations.

We want our children... understand that any learning endeavor depends primarily on them.

We want our children... have a deepening relationship with something that arises out of their own personal...

We want our children... have a growing and deepening intellectual interest in at least one curricular area.

We want our children... make their best effort in their academic course work.

We want our children... have a successful organizational style.

We want our children... use educational tools in developmentally appropriate ways to deepen understanding.

We want our children... have a balanced perspective on contemporary trends and world issues.

We want our children... have reverence for the natural world

We want our children... have a deepening understanding of the aesthetic dimension of the world.

We want our children... be aware of the space around them and share in its maintenance.

We want our children... appreciate the uniqueness of individuals and celebrate the differences.

We want our children... grow in the experience of doing for others.

We want our children... acknowledge their debt to the work of others.

Falk Annual Campaign 2016

Look for the Annual Campaign mailer in early December to learn how you can support our community. Please visit Support Falk for more information about the highlighted giving opportunities.

New this year, you’re able to participate in one of three ways:

  • Go online now to Support Falk
  • Mail your donation in with your response card
  • Respond to our telefund call
Your participation is key to the continued success of Falk School. Your gift ensures that our amazing community continues to grow.

Falk E-Zines

Environmental Week

Falks middle school students had an amazing week of environmental activity.  The 7th and 8th grade students spent 4 days and 3 nights at the McKeever Environmental Learning Center.  The 6th Grade students participated in 3 day trips to the Falk Eden Hall Environmenatal Campus of Chatham University.  Unitl now the students' experiences were limited to the students themselves.  Now, with the help of techology, e-zines have been created so that Falk friends and families can share the days spent engaing with the Western Pennsylvania environment.


Wondering What We're Making In The WonderLab?

As many of you know, we have transformed the computer lab into our Falk WonderLab through the generosity of donors for our WonderLab campaign; we are so grateful for your contributions! At Falk School, we strive for our children to be not just consumers of technology, but creators as well. In the past, our children have often found themselves building in the halls, study spaces, and other nooks and corners of our school. With the WonderLab, we now have an excitingly vibrant hub for our learning and making, and the technology and tools to make Making happen!  We're also proud to announce the first issue of our WonderLab e-zine.  Read more here!

Employment Opportunities for Substitute Teachers



Falk Laboratory School is accepting applications for Substitute Teacher Positions for the 2015–2016 school year.  Applications in all certification areas are welcome including Elementary, Secondary, and Subject area specializations.

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