How to Optimize our Educational Environment

 Lakefield College School How to Optimize our Educational Environment | World Schools“The landscape of education is really changing right now. When I think about all the opportunities that schools are considering in terms of global citizenship, diversity, character education, leadership development, critical thinking, creativity, innovation; there is a laundry list of choices that schools have to figure out. How are they going to prioritize? …Two priorities really come to mind for me in terms of Lakefield—community and the development of the whole child.” — ANNE-MARIE KEE, LCS Head of School and Foundation

During a two day visit to campus this spring, incoming Head of School and Foundation Anne-Marie Kee reflected on the future of independent school education, highlighting the strengths that lie at the core of our school community.

In the video below, Anne Marie shares ideas relating to Lakefield College School, the issues teenagers face and the value of having strong connections as a community.

Below, Anne-Marie speaks to the development of character, morals and values and what it means to educate the “whole child”—elements that are part of the DNA of Lakefield.

Joining our community in August 2017, Anne-Marie Kee will be the 12th Head of School in Lakefield College School’s 138-year history. Interested in learning more? Read Anne-Marie’s biography.

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Established in northeastern Ontario in 1879, Lakefield College School provides a world-renowned co-educational day and boarding school experience for Grades 9 through 12. LCS is inspired by a belief in the fundamental value of each person—caring teachers, advisors and coaches challenge and enable students to reach their individual potential, preparing them for a life of leadership and making positive contributions to the global community.

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