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Once arriving at our doors, each Lang student quickly becomes an empowered member of their classroom community by helping translate the school's Code of Honor — being civil, constructive, and self-reflective in all our interactions — into guiding principles for their peer group. Students in both the Lower, Middle, and Upper School take classes together with ability and interest peers, not just age peers, and many Middle and Upper School students take on a mentoring relationship with a Lower School student throughout each school year. While Lower School (and 6th grade) students eat together in their classrooms, then walk to local parks and playgrounds for recess, 7th-12th grade students either eat in a designated lkunch areas in the school or typically head into the Financial District in small groups for lunch and return to Lang for games of chess, talks with friends and favorite teachers, or time with a good book.


Our students engage in service learning in the diverse Financial District community that is Lang's neighborhood — for example, by lending a hand at Trinity Church' Brown Bag Lunch program, which serves the 8 percent of the FiDi's residents living below the poverty line. Lang's many partnerships with NYC's institutions of artistic excellence and community-based programs — including BAM, The New Victory Theater, Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center, The Royal Shakespeare Company, GLSEN, North Shore Animal League, and more — yield frequent student attendance at critically acclaimed performances and visits to Lang by professional artists and community organizers. Classes at The Lang School also go on periodic field trips that support classroom inquiry. Our schoolwide civics program means students are also involved in organizing and advocating for change with local and national political leaders.

Extracurricular Programs

The Lang School is excited to offer a rich menu of different lunchtime and after school programs for our students. Below you will find a snapshot of what we are currently offering this season.



Music Lessons

Origami (Paper-folding)




Role Playing Games


World War II Club




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