• Big Red Heads to College

    Posted March 3, 2015

    Big Red is heading off to college! Lawrenceville recently celebrated the accomplishments of 28 Fifth Formers who will be continuing their careers as student-athletes next year at some of the world’s finest colleges and universities. These Lawrentians have been officially accepted to, and have elected to attend, colleges/universities which do not require the signing of an NCAA National Letter of Intent.

  • Lawrenceville Excels @ Lehigh University Math Contest

    Posted March 2, 2015

    Congratulations to Aadil Bhore ‘17, Dennis Duan ‘15, Tanat Komolsiripakdi ’15, and Karen Zhang ‘15, who combined to earn Lawrenceville second place in the Senior Division of the 35th annual Lehigh University High School Mathematics Contest. The event, which took place on Feb. 28 at Lehigh University, drew 390 students from more than 70 New Jersey and Pennsylvania school districts. The 40 question exam covered a variety of topics, including geometry, number theory, probability, and algebra.

  • Lawrentians Go Bald for St. Baldrick’s Foundation

    Posted February 26, 2015

    February in New Jersey – what better time to shave your head? Nearly 30 Lawrenceville students and faculty (and even faculty children!) went under the razor today during School meeting to help further childhood cancer research through the St. Baldrick’s Foundation. They have raised over $12,000 … and donations are still coming in.

  • DeMarco Honored as Scholar, Leader, & Athlete

    Posted February 25, 2015

    Congratulations to Jameson DeMarco ’15, who will receive $1,000 scholarship at the 53rd Annual George Wah Scholar-Leader-Athlete Awards Dinner, which is hosted by the Delaware Valley Chapter of the National Football Foundation and College Hall of Fame. The event is March 8 at 4:00 p.m. at the Princeton Hyatt Regency on Route 1. The scholarship is awarded for excellence as both a high school student and as an athlete, as well as for demonstrated leadership ability. Read more in the Trentonian.

  • Feb. 27-28: Second Form Presents “Macbeth”

    Josephine Rubin '15
    Posted February 25, 2015

    The stage of the Lawrenceville School’s Kirby Arts Center comes to life during the frigid weeks of Winter Term with Winterfest, a series of student-led theatre and music performances. This arts festival concludes on Feb. 27-28 with a perennial favorite: Second Form Shakespeare. Performing Arts Master Matthew Campbell will direct these young Lawrentians in the bard’s “Macbeth” in the Kirby Arts Center Black Box Theatre, Feb. 27-28, beginning at 7:00 p.m.

  • 135th Lawrence Editorial Board Named

    Sammy Bhatia '15, from The Lawrence
    Posted February 23, 2015
    Courtesy of The Lawrence

    Last week, members of The Lawrence’s 134th Editorial Board announced the selection of their successors, the 135th Editorial Board. The next Board will begin its tenure in the spring of 2015.

  • 11 Lawrentians Selected as National Merit Finalists

    Trisha Mukherjee ’16, from The Lawrence
    Posted February 23, 2015
    Credit: Clarice Lee '16/The Lawrence

    Last week, 11 Fifth Formers were notified that they had been selected as National Merit Scholar Finalists, thanks to their outstanding PSAT scores and applications. Veena Bhagavathi, Lewis Chapman, Dennis Duan, Elbert Gong, Liam Hunt, Alexis Slattery, Alice Yang, Karen Zhang, Kathy Zhang, Jason Zhang, and Lisa Zhu all represent Lawrenceville in a pool of 15,000 finalists nationwide.

  • Jeremy K. Mario ’88 Award Recipients Selected

    Posted February 20, 2015

    Congratulations to Monty Cunningham and Jocelyn Hernandez, recipients of Lawrenceville’s 2015 Mario Award. The honor is given each year to two Fourth Form students, one from the Crescent and one from the Circle, for their contributions to House life.

  • Apply now for the Lawrenceville Summer Scholars Program

    Posted February 20, 2015

    Tired of the cold and snow? Start thinking 2015 Lawrenceville Summer Scholars! The Lawrenceville School is excited to offer an expanded roster of academic opportunities for both boarding and day, junior high and high school students. Whether you want to accelerate your academic work, experience new fields of study, or discover new areas of interest -- through either half- or full-day enrollment -- Lawrenceville Summer Scholars is the place to be! All classes take place on the School’s Historic Landmark campus at 2500 Main Street in Lawrenceville, N.J.

  • Hutchins Scholars Announced

    Posted February 19, 2015

    They research cancer, observe zebra behavior, and seek ways to create more efficient solar-powered lithium batteries and LED lights. They try to make bridges safer, solve the mysteries of Parkinson’s disease, and better understand how trees deal with drought conditions. And, by the way, they are high school students—members of Lawrenceville School Hutchins Scholars Program, which recognizes and supports some of the School's most outstanding science students.