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  • <h1>Grace</h1><h2 id=e></h2>Varsity Indoor/Outdoor track, Varsity Soccer, Lawrenceville Community Singers, The Lawrence, The Point, Tour Guide, Allegro Council, Jazz Band<h2 id=t></h2>House Olympics<h2 id=c></h2>Third Form English
    Grace '18

    Une petite famille de Français

    Through the close relationships I’ve formed with my classmates and teacher, my Advanced French course is one of the classes I look forward to the most at Lawrenceville.

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  • <h1>Jake</h1><h2 id=e></h2>Varsity Ice Hockey, Varsity Cross Country, Varsity Lacrosse, Tour Guide, Peer Tutor, Young Republicans<h2 id=t></h2>Spring Break Lacrosse Trip<h2 id=c></h2>Humanities-English
    Jake '18

    Harlem Lacrosse and Leadership Takes Lawrenceville

    Harlem Lacrosse is a non-profit organization working to motivate and inspire kids at risk for academic decline and dropout through the game of lacrosse.

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  • <h1>Annika '18</h1><h2 id=e></h2>Fall Musical, Rouge Acapella, Comedy Troupe, Dance<h2 id=t></h2>Splash!<h2 id=c></h2>Science & English
    Annika '18

    Hill Weekend

    Annika '18 shares a video blog glimpse at Hill Weekend and Spirit Week at Lawrenceville.

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  • <h1>Connor ‘19</h1><h2 id=e></h2>Model UN, The Lawrence, Insight, Prize Papers, Community Service, Spring Dance Concert, Tour Guide, Dawes Prefect<h2 id=t></h2>House Olympics<h2 id=c></h2>Honors Biology
    Connor '19

    Making Memories: House Football

    Freshman soccer was an amazing experience. Coach (Brian) Daniell was great, our team successful, and being on that team really helped me to get to know a big group of the guys in Second Form.

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  • <h1>Stephanie '19</h1><h2 id=e></h2>Cross Country, Winter Track, Golf, MUN, Lincoln Debate, The Lawrence, Programming Club, Collegium/Community Orchestra<h2 id=t></h2>Lessons & Carols<h2 id=c></h2>Second Form Humanities English
    Stephanie '19

    It’s the People

    It is three minutes before show time and my friend and I (part of the pit orchestra), dressed in black and underneath the stage, grin to each other and say, “You ready?” It was the opening night for the much anticipated School musical, “Cinderella.”

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  • <h1>Ariel</h1><h2>Extracurriculars:</h2>Soccer, Track, Tour Guide, Student Activities Board<h2>Favorite Lawrenceville Tradition:</h2>House Olympics<h2>Favorite Class:</h2>English
    Ariel '17

    A Reunion Before Graduation

    At the beginning of this school year, I would leave the Irwin Dining Hall after meals and immediately turn right. It was second nature.

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  • <h1>Grace</h1><h2 id=e></h2>Olla Podrida, Tour Guide, JV Field Hockey, JV Ice Hockey, JV Lacrosse<h2 id=t></h2>Hill Weekend & Splash<h2 id=c></h2>Inquiries in Biological and Environmental Sciences
    Grace '19

    S’mores, Scamp, and Sisters: Kirby Traditions

    It was 10:25 p.m. on my first Saturday night on the Crescent. My friends and I were slowly walking back to Kirby from the dance at the Bathhouse for the mysterious “House bonding activity” that we were about to take part in at the Ropes Course.

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  • <h1>Panos</h1><h2 id=e></h2>Speech & Debate, The Lawrence, Lawrencium, Periwig/Allegro Councils, Community Orchestra, Jazz Band, Community Service, Tour Guide, Hutchins Scholars, Science Club<h2 id=t></h2>Invite-a-Friends<h2 id=c></h2>Honors Chemistry
    Panos '17

    Scientific Summer with a Hutchins Scholarship

    Have you ever stopped to consider how amazing the human body is? Trillions and trillions of cells growing, dividing, communicating—all to make up you, a person who walks, talks, breathes, and reads. Going through our daily lives, we inevitably overlook the fact that everyone was once a single cell, a tiny speck more appropriately measured in micrometers and micrograms than feet and pounds.

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  • <h1>Grace</h1><h2 id=e></h2>Varsity Indoor/Outdoor track, Varsity Soccer, Lawrenceville Community Singers, The Lawrence, The Point, Tour Guide, Allegro Council, Jazz Band<h2 id=t></h2>House Olympics<h2 id=c></h2>Third Form English
    Grace '18

    A Recipe for Success: Soccer Preseason at Lville

    A week before school starts every year, a large portion of the student body gathers in Kirby Arts Center - not for academic purposes, as one might imagine, but for the kickoff of preseason.

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