News

  • Kris Schulte: Trenton Times Girls’ Lax Coach of the Year

    Posted June 29, 2016

    Congratulations to Kris Schulte, selected by the Trenton Times as the newspaper’s girls’ lacrosse coach of the year. Big Red was 19-3 this year and won the NJISAA Prep A championship.

  • Bill Freitas Earns Certified Education Technology Designation

    Posted June 28, 2016

    Lawrenceville’s Director of Information Technology Services Bill Freitas recently earned the Certified Education Technology Leader (CETL).

  • July 16: Sign up for the Lawrenceville School Youth Football Clinic

    Posted June 28, 2016

    Learn gridiron fundamentals from coaches with NFL and college coaching and playing experience at the Lawrenceville School Youth Football Clinic! The Clinic will be held July 16, 8:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. on the Lawrenceville School campus. Boys and girls, entering fifth through eighth grades, are eligible to participate - and newcomers to the sport are welcome. Registration before July 1 is $20, $40 after, and includes lunch and a camp t-shirt.

  • Penn Teaching Fellows Join Lawrenceville Faculty

    Posted June 23, 2016

    Lawrenceville will welcome four new Penn Teaching Fellows to its faculty this fall.

  • Big Red Impresses @ New Balance Nationals

    Posted June 22, 2016

    Big Red outdoor track closed out the 2016 season in fine style with strong finishes at the New Balance Outdoor Track and Field Nationals. Lawrentians competed in the championship division against some of the nation’s top high school student-athletes.

  • Lawrenceville Welcomes New Faculty

    Posted June 21, 2016

    The Lawrenceville School will welcome 10 new members to its faculty to begin the 2016-17 School year. This exceptional group brings decades of academic, athletic, and residential life innovation and leadership to campus.

  • BioBlitzers Identify 550 Plant & Animal Species on Lawrenceville Campus

    Posted June 17, 2016

    Members of the Lawrenceville community identified 550 plant and animal species on the campus this spring as participants in BioBlitz 2016. More than 100 students, faculty, and staff participated in the event, which focused on finding and identifying as many species as possible. Observations were posted to iNaturalist.com and can be viewed under “The Lawrenceville School BioBlitz.”

  • Students Present Spring Research

    Sachin Billakanti ’18, from The Lawrence
    Posted June 15, 2016

    At the end of the School year, Fourth and Fifth Formers presented a variety of research projects at the Senior Project Symposium. Coming from classes such as Molecular Biology and Honors Government, as well as senior project proposals, these projects aim to identify certain issues within the community and offer solutions to these existing problems. Students took on a wide variety of topics, including classroom help, science, government, and social issues.

  • EXPLORING PHOTOGRAPHERS ON CAMPUS

    James Wellemeyer ‘18/from The Lawrence
    Posted June 13, 2016
    Credit: Sophia Li '18/The Lawrence

    Always behind the camera and never in front, photographers rarely receive as much attention as do other artists on campus. The work of the talented photographers of Lawrenceville, however, most certainly deserves recognition.

  • Big Red Profile: Nick Silber ‘16

    Emelia Figueroa-Valik ‘18
    Posted June 10, 2016
    Nick Silber '16 and Champ Atlee '62 H'74 '75 '79 '83 '84 '06

    Nick Silber ’16 is trading Lawrenceville red and black for Rice blue and gray. The star pitcher will head to Texas this fall, taking the mound for the Owls. He finished his Big Red season in style, highlighted by a no-hitter against the Hill School in early May.

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