• Oct. 8-Nov. 14: Gruss CVA Presents Works by José Anico

    Posted October 8, 2015

    Lawrenceville’s Gruss Center of Visual Arts (Gruss CVA) will present “The New Landscapes,” a collection of works by José Anico, from Oct. 8-Nov. 12. The exhibit will be on display in the Gruss CVA Hutchins Gallery donated by the Hutchins Family Foundation. An opening reception will be held at the Gruss CVA on Thursday, Oct. 8 from 6:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Both the exhibit and the reception are free and open to the public.

  • Big Red Profile: Jesse Brewer

    Douglas Wellemeyer ‘18
    Posted October 8, 2015

    Jesse Brewer, now a Third Former at Lawrenceville, has been running on her school teams since she was nine years old. She was the number two runner on Lawrenceville’s cross country team last year and is number one this year.

  • Big Red Profile: Kaeli Huesman

    James Wellemeyer ‘18
    Posted October 6, 2015
    Huesman (in white) in a game vs. Hopewell Valley

    Kaeli Huesman, a Third Form student from Fair Haven, NJ, came to Lawrenceville last year, and was a tri-varsity athlete, boasting athletic talents in soccer (fall), track (winter), and lacrosse (spring). She is in the midst of her second season on the Big Red girls’ varsity soccer team which is currently 3-5.

  • Oct. 23-24: Parents’ Weekend

    Posted October 6, 2015
    More than 150 student-led clubs will share information during Parents' Weekend

    The School will welcome hundreds of current Lawrenceville families back to campus October 23-24 for its annual Parents' Weekend activities. The weekend provides an opportunity to attend parent-teacher conferences, sit in on presentations relevant to Lawrentian life, and watch Lawrenceville student-athletes and student-artists perform.

  • Oct. 29: Public Screening of “The Winter Patriots”

    Posted October 5, 2015
    Image courtesy of George Washington's Mount Vernon

    Lawrenceville is pleased to present a screening of “The Winter Patriots: the Battles of Trenton and Princeton” on Oct. 29, 7:00 p.m., in in the School’s Woods Memorial Hall Heely Room. No tickets are necessary for this free event, open to the public.

  • Bongiovanni ’16 Launches Campaign Against Trafficking

    Grace Aaronson ’17, From The Lawrence
    Posted October 5, 2015

    On Monday, Sept. 21, Nick Bongiovanni ’16 attended the United Nations (U.N.) International Day of Peace Youth Summit in New York City to introduce his organization, Kids Fight Slavery, and launch his new “Stop Traffic” campaign. Located at the Harvard Club of New York, the annual conference allows youth groups or individuals to present their ideas for spreading peace and to hear the advice of successful global leaders. This year marked Bongiovanni’s second time attending the U.N. Youth Summit, which has inspired him to make a difference in the world and opened new opportunities to create and share his organization.

  • Second Annual Run for Color Raises Thousands for Williams Syndrome

    By Ricky Williams ’17, from The Lawrence
    Posted October 3, 2015

    Lawrenceville recently hosted its second annual Run for Color at the cross country course. Hundreds of community members gathered to both set up and participate in the race, the proceeds of which benefit the Williams Syndrome Association (WSA). Runners could sign up for the event for $7 the week before and for $10 on that day. While the community service office is currently adding up electronic sales, the department is confident that the event raised over $2000 for the cause.

  • Oct. 16: Mathematician Dan Kennedy to Lecture @ Lawrenceville

    Posted October 2, 2015

    Dan Kennedy, the first high school teacher to chair the Advanced Placement (AP) Calculus Test Development Committee, will visit Lawrenceville on October 16. He will begin his day-long campus visit with an address to all Lawrentians at School meeting. Kennedy will next speak with Lawrenceville calculus students and, in the evening, he will talk with the School’s math faculty about changes to the AP curriculum. Each of these lectures is open only to members of the current School community.

  • Project Prom

    By Kaja Darien ’17, From The Point
    Posted September 30, 2015
    Lawrenceville’s Project Prom hopes to provide beautiful dresses, like the ones worn by these Lawrentians, to low-income girls.

    The Lawrenceville School is lucky to boast over 150 student-run clubs on campus, the focuses of which range from dance clubs to school-wide publications. Each year, a few more clubs are added to the ever-growing list. Project Prom is one of this year’s promising new additions.

  • Starnes Pens Insider’s Guide to AP Stats Exam

    Posted September 30, 2015

    Befuddled by the way the Advanced Placement (AP) Statistics Exam is graded? Mathematics Department Chair Daren Starnes provides an in-depth explanation in his article, “The AP Statistics Exam: An Insider’s Guide to its Distinctive Features,” in the current edition of CHANCE: Using Data to Advance Science, Education, and Society. The magazine is co-published quarterly by the American Statistical Association and Taylor and Francis Group.