About Lucy Craft Laney
Lucy Craft Laney Community School understands that relationships are the foundation for student success.
Lucy Craft Laney Community School in North Minneapolis holds itself and its students to the highest standards. Lucy Laney establishes a collaborative learning environment through family and community partnerships while building respect and trust through a focus on culturally relevant teaching. With unwavering compassion, hope and love, staff at Lucy Laney believe in children's limitless potential and lifelong successes. The school enjoys deep connections and relationships with its neighborhood and community, with many partners helping teach life lessons.
Our school is named after, Lucy Craft Laney. She was an American educator who in 1883 founded the first school for black children in Augusta, Georgia. She was principal for 50 years of the Haines Institute for Industrial and Normal Education.
At a Glance
- Full-day pre-K
- Co-teaching model
- Inclusion model for Special Education
- EL programming
- After-school activities including YMCA Beacons
- Mentoring program
- Community partnerships
- Monthly family events
ATTENDANCE AREA MIDDLE SCHOOL: Olson Community Middle School
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