LAS provides students with a first-class education that prepares them for their future. We take pride not only in educating strong students but attracting the attention of strong universities. The LAS University Advising Office begins working with students in grade 9 and continues to provide them with active support throughout their schooling until graduation. In grade 9, students focus on leadership, self-reflection, academic advising and personal excellence to lead them successfully though their final years of high school. Students will learn how to select academic classes, choose a course of study—IB, LAS Diploma, or ELA—depending on their learning needs, and will begin participating in career exploration exercises.
The LAS University Advising Office begins working with students in grade 9 and continues to provide them with active support throughout their schooling until graduation.
Theory of Knowledge
In grade 11 and 12 students will interact regularly with University Advisors during one-on-one meetings as well as in small groups in their Theory of Knowledge (TOK) classes. TOK classes include personal assessments, career exploration exercises, university research, essay-writing practice, and a review of university application procedures. University Advisors also organize visits from representatives for over seventy international postsecondary institutions, as well as coordinate visits to nearby college fairs.
Students will also be given access to software designed to further assist them in planning for their futures. This software serves as an excellent organizational tool which provides students with search engines and important data for college decision making.
of LAS students go directly to university, while a few may take a year off beforehand.
LAS is a certified testing center for the SAT, and PSAT.
Each year we send out over 600 applications to more than 300 universities.