The Lowell School, in Flushing, believes that it is important for its students to contribute to the local community. To promote this goal, the Student Government sponsors an annual spring food drive with their version of “March Madness: Not Basketball but a Basket Full of Giving!” The donation of non-perishable food items will be greatly […]
VIDEO: Students from the Lowell School, part of the Flushing High School for Students with Learning Differences, transformed a Dime Savings Bank into a colorful art gallery.
For Immediate Release – March 2, 2015
Contact: Don Capalbi
Flushing High School for Students with Learning Differences, The Lowell School Student Art Exhibit at Dime Savings Bank lobby – Queensboro Hill
WHAT: A prideful display of youngsters’ artistic talents & Donation presentation from Dime SB to The Lowell
School Arts Program.
WHO: Citywide art students of The Lowell School
Susan Klein, Principal, […]
Nine students were inducted into the The Lowell School Chapter of the National Honor Society during a special ceremony on October 21, 2014. According to the National Honor Society, their mission is to “recognize and encourage academic achievement while also developing the personal characteristics essential for productive, well-rounded members of society”. To obtain membership, the […]
Susan Klein, Principal of The Lowell High School, has been awarded a $2000 grant from Voya (formerly ING) as part of the company’s 2014 “Unsung Heroes” awards competition. Selected from a group of more than 1,000 applicants, Mrs. Klein is one of only 100 winners across the country to receive this award. In addition, she […]
The Lowell High School participated in the “ECOFEST” annual environmental poster contest. The entries were on display from April 2-30, 2014 at the West Side Cultural Center. This contest has become very well known, as one of the judges is Peter Max, the world famous artist. We are proud to announce that one of our […]
Students from the National Honor Society and the Outreach Club from The Lowell School in Flushing participated in the annual “New York Cares Day”. They were assigned to Kissena Park and spent the day cleaning up weeds, mulching, and clearing an area next to the lake. This is part of the school’s endeavor to provide […]
We held a Ribbon Cutting ceremony on Saturday, November 19 to officially mark the opening of our new building in Flushing, NY. The New York City Comptroller, John Liu; Assemblywoman Grace Meng, and New York State Education Department Regent, Geraldine Chapey, were among the over 100 guests participating including parents, families and friends. To read […]
LOWELL SCHOOL STUDENTS WALK TO RAISE MONEY FOR ARTS PROGRAMS
Students, staff and families from The Lowell School held their 8th Annual Walk-a-thon to benefit, in part, their cultural arts programs for the school year. Over 300 people attended the event held for both school campus sites. The event was held on Friday, October 8th at […]