• Register Today for the Big Red Race

    Elsa Mahle '16
    Posted April 28, 2016

    There’s still time to register for the 13th annual Big Red Race! The Race will be held on Sunday, May 1, 2016, and all proceeds fund the Lawrenceville School Camp.


    Serena Chen '19/from The Lawrence
    Posted April 28, 2016

    On Friday, April 8, Cindy Jin ’17 and Panos Vandris ’17 qualified for the National Exam of the United States National Chemistry Olympiad (USNCO). After taking the Local Exam on March 30, the two students, achieving the highest scores at Lawrenceville above the regional qualifying score, were chosen to move on to the National Exam, to be held at Rider University this Sunday. Jin and Vandris were among the top 12 percent of Local Exam test takers in the Princeton and Trenton area.

  • Science Master Mary Calvert Wins Teaching Award

    Posted April 28, 2016

    Science Master Mary Calvert has won the 2016 American Chemical Society (ACS) Division of Chemical Education Middle Atlantic Region Award for Excellence in High School Teaching. The award is given to recognize, encourage, and stimulate outstanding high school chemistry teachers. In 2013, Calvert was elected as one of two Outstanding High School Chemistry Teachers by the Princeton and Trenton Sections of the ACS.

  • Big Red Honors Alumni with New Crew Shells

    Posted April 27, 2016

    Lawrenceville lost its races against Connecticut’s Kent School earlier that morning, but you’d never know it from the demeanor of the boys’ and girls’ crews. Having changed into blazers and ties for the boys and classic black dresses for the girls, the Big Red rowers clearly regarded this as a formal and festive occasion. Indeed, Head Master Steve Murray H’55 ’65 P’16, Athletic Director Tripp Welborne, School Chaplain Sue Anne Steffey Morrow H’12, and two former Olympic gold medalists were on hand to help dedicate two new crew shells – Vespoli eights – generously funded by two anonymous Lawrenceville donors.

  • April 28-29: Spring Dance Concert

    Posted April 27, 2016
    By Cindy Jin '17

    Life is not a dress rehearsal, so don’t miss Lawrenceville’s 2016 Spring Dance Concert, April 29-30 in the Kirby Arts Center beginning at 8:00 p.m. Seating is free of charge on a first come, first served basis.

    More than 100 Lawrentians are participating in the show, both on stage and off. Students will perform 24 dances in many styles, including contemporary, hip-hop, jazz, classical ballet, salsa, and more!

  • Big Red Profile: Mike Bauman ‘16

    Alexandra Comaniciu ‘19
    Posted April 27, 2016
    L-R: Chudi Iilogu ‘15, Nick John ‘15, Mike Bauman ’16, and Nick Wey 15

    Fifth Former Mike Bauman brings extraordinary talent to the Big Red track program, in both the winter and spring. “Mike is, without question, one of the most talented track and field athletes I have ever coached,” said boys’ varsity track coach Erik Chaput.

  • Register Today for 14th Annual Adams Golf Tournament to Benefit School Camp

    Posted April 27, 2016

    Golfers: Mark your calendars and get ready to hit the fairways at the 14th Annual James T. Adams '65 Memorial Golf Tournament on Sunday, June 5, at the Lawrenceville School Golf Course. Proceeds from the tournament will benefit the Lawrenceville School Camp. Lawrenceville alumni and parents are encouraged to join this outing that has become the traditional kick-off to the summer golf season.


    Panos Vandris '17 from The Lawrence
    Posted April 27, 2016
    Credit: Vanya Tandon '18

    This summer, Alexandra Berg ’16 will join approximately 29 other international students and 50 students from across the United States at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) for the Research Science Institute (RSI), an intensive six-week research program in math, science, and engineering. With an admission rate of 1 to 3 percent, RSI is highly selective and is known as one of the most prestigious programs for high school students in the country.

  • Second Form Mountain Day: Fun on the Hiking Trails

    Jonathan Yue '19
    Posted April 27, 2016
    Credit: Vinh Luu '19

    April 25 was Mountain Day for the Class of 2019! The entire Second Form enjoyed hiking in Norvin Green State Forest in Bloomingdale, New Jersey, which is part of the Northeastern coastal forests ecoregion. The Forest contains extensive hiking trails. Some of them is up to 1,300 feet high and connected to the Weis Ecology Center and Wanaque Reservoir.

  • Yiannis Vandris ’17 Elected School President

    Posted April 26, 2016

    Congratulations to Yiannis Vandris ‘17, elected by his peers as School President for the 2016-17 School year.