Educating Minds • Changing Lives


Bucks County Herald: Op-ED on: Small Schools

For many children school size matters Small schools create a base for individualized learning A statewide poll mentioned during a ...
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May 22 Open House

Come visit our unique high school and see what a mindfulness-based education looks like. So many of our clients and ...
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Paddling Lake Nockamixon

A relaxing day Paddling Lake Nockamixon ending with some service cleaning up the park ...
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Shim Gum Do Trip

Every year Lotus students take a trip to Boston, MA to the Shim Gum Do Temple, where they connect the ...
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Mindfulness in the Classroom: How to connect with young people on any subject.

An Open House Event Mindfulness in the Classroom: How to connect with young people on any subject. 3:00 p.m. Join ...
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First Annual Coffee House

~Spring Coffee House~ May 5th from 5:30-8:30 Artwork by Jayden Pearce Join us for a night of musical entertainment, great ...
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Just Breathe: Mindfulness may help freshman stress less and smile more UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. — Mindfulness training may be one way to help students successfully transition to college life, according to Penn State researchers. The first semester of college is a time of great transition for many students — they often are living away from home for the first time, have a much more fluid schedule than in high school and are potentially surrounded by a new peer group. For all of these reasons and more, this can be an incredibly stressful time in a student’s life. To help ease ...
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Mindfulness in the classroom: How to connect with young people on any subject Our Head of School, Peter Ryan, interviewed Connie Meizinger, at our Open House. Hi, Connie, could you give us an overview of Positive Psychology, and tell us about its place in the recent history of psychology? Martin Seligman, of the University of Pennsylvania, is one of the founding fathers of Positive Psychology. He wrote: “Positive Psychology is the scientific study of optimal human functioning. It aims to discover and promote the factors that allow individuals and communities to thrive.” The late Christopher Peterson, another founder of PP, described ...
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Testimonials

Justus Altmiller

Justus Altmiller

“Before I went to TAS I felt like I had no place in the world. Everywhere I went nothing seemed to work out. Then I found the school. For the first time in my life I had friends as well as teachers who cared. My teachers helped me get my life together and ready me for college. If I had not gone to that school I would not have the appreciation for the arts that I have nor the friends for life that I made.” Justus Altmiller ...
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Brandon Shorts

Brandon Shorts

“I attended public school for my freshman year. By the end of the year, I had lost all interest in academics, I was bullied and I was more anxious and depressed than I had ever been. I was in real danger of serious academic issues. My parents pulled me from that school at the end of that year. Through a friend, we had heard about TAS and looked into it. It ended up being the best thing I could of done. I attended the school from my sophomore year through the end of my senior year. I graduated with a ...
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Thanks to Tony's Place and Pat McCloskey for hosting the Old School 5k race on Tuesday, and choosing The Lotus School of Liberal Arts as a charity partner. Thanks to Steffi Park Eger and all the volunteers and runners that came out on a beautiful evening at Warminster Community Park!

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2017 Fundraiser
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