• Dec. 4: Red & White Night

    Posted December 1, 2015

    Lawrenceville's winter sports season gets off to a spirited start on Friday, December 4 at the 24th annual Red and White Night, an interactive celebration held on the varsity court of the Lavino Field House. Starting at 7:00 p.m., student fans and their families will gather for the official introduction of the 2015-16 Big Red boys' and girls' varsity basketball teams. All members of the School community are invited to attend.

  • Dec. 1: Admiral James Stavridis, USN, (Ret.)

    Posted November 29, 2015

    Lawrenceville will welcome Admiral James Stavridis, USN, (Ret.) to campus on Dec. 1 where he will address Lawrentians in the Kirby Arts Center beginning at 1:30 p.m. This talk is open only to current members of the School community.

  • The Contour Brings the World to Lawrenceville

    Posted November 23, 2015

    Keeping up with world affairs while successfully negotiating a busy Lawrenceville schedule can be a challenge ­– unless you read The Contour.

  • Seeing the Forest and the Trees: Honors Ecology

    Posted November 20, 2015

    When Honors Ecology students walk around campus with Science Master John Clark, they expect to be asked questions. Lots of them.

  • National Hispanic Scholars Nominated

    Cindy Jin '17, from The Lawrence
    Posted November 20, 2015

    The College Board’s National Hispanic Recognition Program (NHRP) recognized eight Fifth Formers for their exceptional Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test (PSAT/NMSQT) scores and academic records. Caroline Allen ’16, Paola Del Toro ’16, Connor Duwan ’16, Sophie Garcia ’16, Remy Kassem ’16, Morgan Nicolao ’16, Richard Soler ’16, and Jake Zabaleta ’16 are among the 5,000 nominees selected by the NHRP out of the 250,000 Hispanic and Latino juniors who took the PSAT last October.

  • Next at the Gruss CVA: “Moments, Here and Now” by Hae Sun Hwang

    Posted November 20, 2015

    Lawrenceville’s Gruss Center of Visual Arts (Gruss CVA) will present “Moments, Here and Now,” a collection of works by Hae Sun Hwang. The exhibit will be on display in the Gruss CVA Hutchins Gallery donated by the Hutchins Family Foundation from Dec. 10-16 and from Jan. 5-22. An opening reception will be held on Dec. 10, in the Gallery, from 6:30 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. Both the exhibit and the reception are free and open to the public.

  • Big Red Profile: Aisha Oshilaja ‘16

    Douglas Wellemeyer ‘18
    Posted November 12, 2015

    Fifth Former Aisha Oshilaja came to Lawrenceville having only played field hockey for two years. Oshilaja started on the freshman team and has just completed her final season as the goalie for the varsity squad. This season the team boasts an impressive 11-6-1 record, and they have won the Mercer County, MAPL, and state championship titles. Following is an interview with Oshilaja:


    Posted November 11, 2015

    The Lawrenceville School honored all veterans, particularly those members of the faculty and staff who have served in the United States military, in a special all-School meeting today.

  • Nine Student-Athletes Sign National Letters of Intent Today

    Posted November 11, 2015

    Nine Lawrenceville School Fifth Formers signed National Letters of Intent today: Aahana Chatterjee (Northwestern/fencing), Genevieve de Vicq de Cumpitch (University of Southern California/rowing), Sarah Hamre (University of Massachusetts–Amherst/softball), Matthew Hubler (Johns Hopkins/lacrosse), Connor Kirst (Villanova/lacrosse), Wade Maloney (University of Virginia/lacrosse), Sophie Ochs (Holy Cross/lacrosse), Nick Silber (Rice/baseball), and Griffin Thompson (University of Virginia/lacrosse). They will continue their careers as student-athletes next year at some of America’s most prestigious colleges and universities.

  • Fifth Former Takes on Trafficking

    Posted November 9, 2015

    Trisha Mukherjee ’16 can add yet another accomplishment to her already impressive resume: author. The Fifth Former has written a book, “Leading Lights: Interviews with Anti-Trafficking Activists,” now available for download on Profits from the book will benefit Dawn’s Place, a safe house for victims of both domestic and international sex trafficking.