News

  • Allison Huang Published in “The Apprentice Writer”

    Posted May 26, 2015

    Three poems by Allison Huang ’17 "Courtesy of the School Paper, the Lawrence," "The Vase," and "Communion," have been selected to be published in “The Apprentice Writer” in September. This annual literary magazine, published by Susquehanna University, is a forum for poems, stories, and personal essays by U.S. high school students. Huang’s three poems were among only 60 works selected from 3,000 submissions.

  • Nicholas Wey Wins 2015 NJISAA Nick Gusz Male Scholar-Athlete Award

    Posted May 26, 2015

    Congratulations to Nicholas Wey ‘15, recipient of the 2015 NJISAA Nick Gusz Male Scholar-Athlete award. This annual honor is given to the top male student-athlete from all New Jersey independent schools. Students are nominated by their schools and the recipient is selected by a committee of New Jersey private school athletic directors. The award was named for Nick Gusz, director of Athletics at Lawrenceville from 1966-84.

  • Big Red Goes to College

    Posted May 21, 2015

    May is a month of celebration at Lawrenceville as the School community recognizes the varied and impressive achievements of its many students. The School recently honored Lawrentians who will continue their careers as student-athletes next fall at some of the nation's best colleges and universities. We wish them all continued success!

  • Lawrentians Earn High Gold Award @ Dance Competition

    Posted May 20, 2015

    Congratulations to the Lawrenceville Dance Team, which earned the High Gold award – the highest possible ranking -- at the annual Starbound Dance Competition earlier this month.

  • Valedictorian & Aurelian Speaker Selected

    Posted May 19, 2015
    Credit: Clarice Lee '16/Courtesy of The Lawrence

    Congratulations to Khuong Do’ 15 and Patrick Yu ’15, selected as the Class of 2015 Valedictorian and Aurelian Honor Society Award speaker, respectively.

  • Big Red Makes History-Breaks Three School Records in One Meet

    Posted May 19, 2015

    It is not often that a team breaks three School records in one night, but the Lawrenceville girls’ track and field team did just that at the East Coast Relays in Randolph, N.J. yesterday.

  • May 21: “Big Red” Nose Day

    Posted May 18, 2015

    On May 21, Lawrentians will put on their “Big Red” noses to benefit a dozen charities! The School is joining in Red Nose Day, a national campaign dedicated to raising money for children and young people living in poverty by simply having fun and making people laugh. Lawrenceville’s participation is sponsored by the student Tour Guide Council.

  • May 18: Concert by Award-winning Pianist Elbert Gong

    Posted May 15, 2015

    Award-winning pianist Elbert Gong ’15 will perform a solo concert in the Clark Music Center’s Dresdner Hall, on Monday, May 18, beginning at 6:30 p.m. This will be the young virtuoso’s final student performance at Lawrenceville, so it’s a show not to be missed.

  • Students Honored for Community Service

    Posted May 14, 2015

    The Lawrenceville School paid tribute to 135 of its students earlier this week for their devotion to community service.

  • Carlson Award & Semans’ Scholar Recipients Announced

    Posted May 14, 2015

    At today’s all-School meeting, Dean of Campus Life Nancy Thomas announced the winners of the 2015 Ruben T. Carlson Scholarships--Pravika Joshi ’17 and Max Drojjin ‘17--and the Semans’ Family Merit Scholarship Awards--Connor Duwan ‘16, Elizabeth Paasche ‘16, and Ian Frost ‘16.

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