• Watch Boys’ Crew @ Henley Royal Regatta

    Posted June 29, 2015

    No need to hop on a plane to see Big Red competing in the 2015 Henley Royal Regatta in the U.K. You can watch the boys row from wherever you! The coverage will be streamed on the Henley Royal Regatta website and on the Regatta’s official YouTube channel. Big Red fans can also follow their favorite team in Lawrenceville’s Henley Royal Regatta album on Flickr.

  • Performing Arts Camp – The Other School Camp

    Posted June 26, 2015

    Lawrenceville’s Performing Arts Camp is a summer highlight for both the campers and the counselors (all volunteer Lawrenceville students). This year’s camp runs during the weeks of July 13 (instrumental music and theatre) and July 20 (vocal music and dance). The Lawrenceville School VSV takes us behind the scenes for the inside scoop on Lawrenceville’s “other” School Camp.

  • Big Red Track Heats Up Summer

    Posted June 23, 2015

    Diplomas have been awarded and finals graded … but the Big Red track program is still heating up the summer.

  • Girls’ Crew Places 7th @ U.S. Nationals & First @ SRAA Championships

    Posted June 22, 2015

    Congratulations to the girls’ of the Big Red lightweight four-oared boat with coxswain, who finished seventh at the U.S. Youth National Rowing championships and first at the Scholastic Rowing Association of America (SRAA) championships!

  • What Time is it? Ask Taylor Betts ‘16

    Posted June 19, 2015

    While most of us now check the time on our smart phones, Taylor Betts ’16 is old school. Not only does he wear a watch, he makes them.

  • Lawrentians Donate Over 1K Books to Orphanages in Ghana

    Posted June 17, 2015

    This spring, Lawrentians donated over 1,000 books to orphanages in Ghana through Students Bridging the Information Gap (SBIG). The non-profit organization, founded in 2010, teams with local professionals and volunteers to build computer labs and libraries in Ghana. To date, four labs and libraries have been completed, serving over 2,100 K-12 students.

  • Chey Takes Gold @ I-SWEEP

    Posted June 15, 2015

    Californians take note! Min Keun Chey ’16 may have the eventual answer to your drought problems. His research on water desalination techniques, “Control of Aqueous CO2 Concentration by Temperature-Sensitive Materials for Changing Osmotic Pressure,” earned gold at the 2015 International Sustainable World Energy Engineering Environmental Project (I-SWEEP) Olympiad. He competed against 427 contestants from 67 countries and 44 U.S. states.

  • Thomas P. Collins to Chair Religion & Philosophy Department

    Posted June 12, 2015

    Thomas P. Collins has been selected to chair the Lawrenceville School’s Religion and Philosophy Department. Collins, who joined the School in 2011 as a Religion and Philosophy Master, will oversee all aspects of the department beginning July 1. Phil Jordan, the department’s current chair, will continue at Lawrenceville as Religion and Philosophy Master.

  • Penn Teaching Fellows Join Lawrenceville Faculty

    Posted June 10, 2015

    Lawrenceville will welcome four new Penn Teaching Fellows – Barsha Baral, Emily Crawford, Orelia Jonathan, and Charles Yamamoto – to its faculty this fall.

  • Two Lawrentians Earn Spots in USA Lax U-19 Tryout Pool

    Posted June 9, 2015

    Congratulations to Robert Mooney ’15 (long-stick midfield) and Edward Maloney ’16 (midfield)! They’ve earned spots in the 108-player tryout pool for the 2016 U.S. Men’s National Under-19 Team, with tryouts to be held June 29-July 1 at Stevenson University in Owings Mills, Md. Mooney will begin his career as a collegiate student-athlete at Yale in September and Maloney has verbally committed to the University of Virginia, beginning in the fall of 2017.