News

  • Lawrentians Support Womanspace

    Posted December 9, 2016
    Credit: Panos Vandris '17

    Lawrentians raised $1,475 in a show of support for the 15th annual Womanspace Communities of Light, the single largest project in Mercer County and New Jersey designed to increase awareness about the issues of domestic violence and sexual support. Students sold and assembled dozens of luminaries, which were displayed in front of the School on Route 206 on Dec. 5.

  • Programming Club Tackles Zero Robotics Spheres ISS Challenge

    Posted December 7, 2016

    Get the scoop on the Programming Club and its quest to win the Zero Robotics Spheres ISS Challenge from Co-President Ricky Williams ‘17! Video by Calee Schmidtberger ‘18.

  • Dec. 7: Bodhi Day

    Posted December 6, 2016

    Lawrenceville’s Buddhist Sangha will celebrate Bodhi Day with a sunrise to sundown meditation on December 7 in the Edith Memorial Chapel. All are welcome to join one or more of the 30-minute sessions in celebration of the day when the Buddha attained enlightenment. Meditation hours are from 6:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. and 1:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. A closing ceremony will be held from 7:30 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.

  • Lawrentians Selected U.S Squash Scholar Athletes

    James Wellemeyer '18
    Posted December 5, 2016

    Three Lawrentians, Arin Mukherjee ’18, Brittany Sun ’19, and Raghav Pemmireddy ’19, were recently selected as U.S. Squash Scholar Athletes, an award that serves to recognize “high school students who excel in both the classroom and on the squash court,” according to its website. Students who have a GPA of 3.5 or higher and have played four U.S. Squash singles tournaments may apply.

  • Programming Club Tackles Zero Robotics Spheres ISS Challenge

    Posted December 2, 2016

    Get the scoop on the Programming Club and its quest to win the Zero Robotics Spheres ISS Challenge from Co-President Ricky Williams ‘17! Video by Calee Schmidtberger ‘18.

  • Dec. 16-18: 69th Annual Lawrenceville Ice Hockey Tournament

    Posted November 30, 2016

    Eight of the best high school hockey teams in the northeastern U.S. and Canada will face off December 16-18 in the 69th annual Lawrenceville School Ice Hockey Tournament. This event is the oldest prep school tournament in North America.

  • December 14: Christmas Lessons and Carols

    Posted November 29, 2016

    The Edith Memorial Chapel will be aglow in the warmth of candlelight and fellowship as Lawrentians gather on December 14 for the School's annual Christmas Service of Lessons and Carols. The celebration begins at 5:30 p.m. and is open to all members of the Lawrenceville School community.

  • Dec. 4-14: Winter Concert Series

    Posted November 29, 2016

    Jazz or classical? Vocal or instrumental? Lawrenceville’s Winter Concert Series has it all!

  • Trenton Times Picks Big Red as Field Hockey Team of the Year

    Posted November 28, 2016

    They won the Mercer County Tournament. They won the NJISAA Prep A Championship. And now, Big Red has been selected as the Times of Trenton Field Hockey Team of the Year.

  • Warren ’20 Selected Trenton Times Volleyball Player of the Year

    Posted November 28, 2016

    Congratulations to Ashley Warren ’20 selected by the Times of Trenton as its 2016 Volleyball Player of the Year.

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