Our teams of highly-skilled staff members specializing in their subject areas work together to develop Mount Laurel's Curriculum Guides. Our curriculum is based on best-practice research and study in all subject areas.
The New Jersey Department of Education (NJDOE) has ended its membership with the Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for College and Careers (PARCC). The new assessments for English Language Arts (ELA) and mathematics will be called the New Jersey Student Learning Assessment-ELA (NJSLA-ELA) and the New Jersey Student Learning Assessment-M (NJSLA-M).
The Department of Education allows public school students to choose not to participate in certain experiments involving animals in our Science Program. In addition, parents or guardians who believe that any part of our Health or Family Life curriculum is in conflict with their conscience or sincerely-held moral or religious beliefs may have their child excused from that portion of the course. Such requests for opt-out must be sent in writing to your child's building principal. There will be no penalties as to grade, credit or graduation. The letters linked below provide more specific information.