Join us for Lego Robotics Day Camp at Eugene Sudbury School!
Time: 10 AM – 3 PM
Ages: 9 to 12
Cost: $60 for the day
Email or call today to reserve your space.
Phone: (541) 683-5110
Bring a lunch!
Day Camp for younger kids?
We have already had a lot of inquiries from people looking for a Lego Mindstorms Day Camp for younger children. If you are interested in this, please let us know! If we get enough interest we will add another day!
Phone: (541) 683-5110
Imagine a school …
- Where individual interests drive learning.
- Where democracy is the root of all decision making.
- Where the staff respond to student and family needs.
- Where developing meaningful relationships and resolving conflicts are part of the curriculum.
- Where students are treated with respect.
At Eugene Sudbury School, learning is self-paced, self-initiated, and meaningful. It is the kind of learning that doesn’t depend on bells or limits, but stretches across the day, the year, and ultimately, across students’ lifetimes. Each challenge leads to the next, and natural inquiry situates problems in context, in history, and in geography. It enables deep understanding, critical thinking, questioning, and significant learning. There are four key components to a democratic education: freedom, democracy, responsibility, and equality.
Eugene Sudbury students are free to choose how they spend their days. Their innate curiosity drives their impulse to learn and become successful, passionate adults. Students have the freedom and the ultimate responsibility to choose their learning materials. Our curricula is the unlimited palette of life. They may choose to play chess or play piano, work on high-level math or work on a community farm, engage in a virtual world or engage in a civic club.
Sports, academics, hobbies, art, service, or invention, we value all children’s paths. We respect all disciplines and learning endeavors. We offer a space for nontraditional pursuits to exist alongside traditionally academic endeavors. Self-evaluation is at the core of learning, therefore, we do not grade students but offer support when needed.
This video from the Sudbury Valley School gives an overview of what a typical day at a Sudbury school might look like:
Play-Based Preschool: Sign up now for 2013-14
Our morning preschool program is play-based and self-contained. Teachers engage 3 and 4 year-old children in imaginative, developmentally appropriate play. We also welcome 5 year olds whose families are not ready to enroll them in the k-12 program.
Preschool spots are limited to 18 students. See Preschool for more details.
We are still accepting applications for 2013-14 school year in some grades:
Download the Eugene Sudbury School Enrollment Form. (Right click to “save as”) Send in or bring your completed form to school with a $200 deposit before April 15th ($250 after April 15th) to save a space for your student!
Scholarship forms are now available and require a $50 processing fee. Scholarships are limited and available only to families who qualify.
We’ve Moved. Come visit our new location!
Eugene Sudbury School
2370 Parliament St.
Eugene, OR 97405
We are located in the Churchhill area, at the corner of Parliament Street and Bailey Hill Rd.
Please DO NOT follow your GPS, it is wrong! See Contact Us page for Map & Directions.
More than just hands-on…
Sudbury model schools depend on self-paced, self-initiated deep learning. It is the kind of learning that doesn’t depend on bells or limits, but stretches across the day or even the academic year, and ultimately, across students’ lifetimes. Read more about Our Philosophy.