• April 27: Capstone Lecturer Edward Felten

    Posted April 27, 2015

    Princeton University professor Edward Felten will discuss “TMI: Information, Identify and Privacy” in this evening’s Capstone Lecture beginning at 7:00 p.m. in the Woods Memorial Hall Heely Room. Felten, currently the head of the Center for Information Technology Policy at Princeton, served as the chief technologist for the Federal Trade Commission from 2011-12. This lecture is open to the public, free of charge.

  • May 3: Register for the 12th Annual Big Red Race

    Posted April 27, 2015

    It's not too late to jump in and register for the 12th annual Big Red Race, to be held on the Lawrenceville School campus on May 3, 2015! The starting gun for the adult five-kilometer course will fire at 10:15 a.m., rain or shine. Races, ranging from 25 meters to a half mile, will be available for kids, ages 3-11, starting at 9:00 a.m. Registration forms for both the adult and children's races are available on the Big Red Race webpage.

  • Lawrenceville Symposium on Psychology of Learning Draws Nearly 400 Attendees

    Posted April 24, 2015

    Earlier this week, nearly 400 independent and public school educators, major educational grantmakers, and interested parents and alumni convened on the Lawrenceville campus to hear some of the nation’s most prominent experts discuss the issues surrounding “Mindset, Perseverance and Belonging: The Psychology of Learning.” Attendees traveled from 16 states, including Hawaii.

  • Brent Ferguson to Head Big Red Swimming

    Posted April 24, 2015

    The Lawrenceville School is pleased to announce the appointment of Brent Ferguson as the new head of the Big Red boys’ and girls’ swimming program. He assumes this position from Jim Jordan, who has successfully guided the program for over 25 years, including multiple State Championships for each of the teams and strong placing at the Easterns meet annually. While Jordan is retiring as the swimming program director, he will continue to teach science at Lawrenceville and be an invaluable resource to Big Red swimmers.

  • Hyman Leading Girls’ Golf to Successful Season

    Sonal Shrivastava ‘15
    Posted April 23, 2015

    Lawrenceville’s girls’ varsity golf team has had a successful season so far going undefeated into the Mercer County Tournament Association matches this week. Co-captain Julia Hyman ’15 has high hopes for the rest of the season as she leads this team in her last year at Lawrenceville.

  • Lawrenceville Stands Against Racism

    Posted April 22, 2015

    This week, the Lawrenceville School is again participating in the YWCA’s national Stand Against Racism campaign, designed to build community among those who work for racial justice and to raise awareness about the negative impact of institutional and structural racism. All events are open to current members of the School community.

  • 4/25: McClellan House Benefit for SEGA School in Tanzania

    Camila Tellez ‘15
    Posted April 22, 2015

    On April 25, McClellan House will host a benefit dinner for SEGA at the Clark Music Center. SEGA is a small boarding school for disadvantaged girls in Tanzania that works to break the cycle of poverty through education. This event will feature Lawrenceville student performances and a presentation from a representative of SEGA, who will discuss the many activities of the organization. All members of the School community are invited to attend -- tickets are available for $30 at the door.

  • JUNE 7: Teeing-it-up in Memory of a Great Lawrenceville Master

    Posted April 22, 2015

    Golfers: Mark your calendars and get ready to hit the fairways at the 13th Annual James T. Adams '65 Memorial Golf Tournament on Sunday, June 7, at the Lawrenceville School Golf Course. Proceeds from the tournament will benefit the Lawrenceville School Camp. Lawrenceville alumni and parents are encouraged to join this outing that has become the traditional kick-off to the summer golf season.

  • Simon Shore Honored for Community Service

    Posted April 21, 2015

    In honor of his dedicated community service, Simon Shore ’15 is the 2015 Cherish the Children Youth Volunteer Award recipient. Shore is being honored for his work on behalf of Womanspace (which nominated him for the award), an organization which works to prevent domestic abuse, protect families, and change lives through empowerment and supportive services.

  • Tony Chen Earns Spot on American Golf Team

    Sonal Shrivastava ‘15
    Posted April 18, 2015

    Lawrenceville’s athletic teams are full of amazing talent and many of these student-athletes compete outside of School as well as for Big Red. Tony Chen ’15, who has been nominated to join the American Golf Team in England.