About Us

 Lutherville Lab School Supply List 2017-2018

Welcome to Lutherville Laboratory!

VisionLutherville Laboratory students will be life-long learners who are college and career ready and responsible citizens in their everyday lives. 

Our experienced staff serves children from pre-school (3 years old) to fifth grade.  Our classrooms include culturally and racially diverse students in general education, special education, and English as a Second Language (ESOL).  We deliver an instructional program that supports the needs of each individual learner through hands-on learning that challenges children to think critically and collaboratively.  A focus on growth mindset promotes persistence and confidence.  

School Hours:  9:20 am - 3:50 pm
Doors Open for Students:  9:05 am

Principal:  R. Matthew Corner
Twitter:  @MattCorner_BCPS     

Assistant Principal:  Diana Owens

Administrative Secretary:  Glenda Lehman   




Recent News

Field Trip:  Grade 4 – Camp Puh’Tok

Monday, October 16

Students will learn about Native American traditions.


Central Area Education Advisory Council (CAEAC) Meeting – Topic:  Budget Information

Wednesday, October 18, 7:00-9:00, Dumbarton Middle School

The CAEAC represents concerns of school families.  This meeting will be an opportunity to speak about budgetary issues that would be shared with the school system.  There will also be an open information session.  All are invited to attend.  You can email Aimee Freeman at .


Spirit Day:  Mad Hatter Day

Thursday, October 19

Wear your craziest hat for fun.


Schools Closed:  Teacher Professional Development

Friday, October 20

There will be no school to allow teachers to participate in professional development.


Field Trip:  Kindergarten – Maryland Agricultural Center

Tuesday, October 24

Students will learn about farming and nature.


Earth Friendly Friday

Friday, October 27

Students and staff will take time to care for their adopted area of our school campus.


Half Day – End of First Quarter

Friday, November 3

All elementary and middle schools will dismiss three (3) hours early to allow teachers time to work on report cards.  Lutherville will begin dismissal at 12:45.