Innovation & Investigation

The Khan Lab School was created to investigate and explore new methods of learning and instruction. We take a hands-on and sustained approach to research blended learning and education innovation, sharing our insights with schools and networks around the world.

Empowering Our Kids

Our students are capable of anything. We give them tools to become lifelong, passionate learners. We give them the power to strive, fail and flourish.

Pioneering New Models of Learning

The Khan Lab School was founded to develop new, personalized practices that center around the student. With this in mind we hope to develop and test new types of learning experiences and practices that can be shared with the world.

In keeping with Sal Khan’s The One World Schoolhouse philosophy, the school is a extended-year, extended-day, mixed-age program with a collaborative, project-based learning approach. There is not traditional homework, grade levels, or grades, but the school is mastery-based.

The main focus in all subjects is leveraging world-class teacher-designers to build a community that encourages inquiry and self-direction.

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Khan Lab School is a non-profit, non-denominational, co- educational school enrolling and providing education to children without regard to gender, race, nationality, ethnic origin or religious beliefs.

What is a Lab School?

A lab school is a school dedicated to research-based instruction and furthering innovation in education. The school has processes and strategies for studying and sharing lessons learned regarding new educational practices.

Who Attends Khan Lab School?

Khan Lab School currently serves students ages 5-12 and intends to expand to a full K-12 model. We are an independent school that serves students and families committed to taking ownership over their education and being part of a new model of learning.

What do you teach?

The curriculum for Khan Lab School is intended to prepare students for success and will be continuously revised to remain relevant. Students begin with a strong foundation in reading, writing, math and computer programming, and continue with personal passion projects to round out their portfolio.