• International Programs

    Lawrenceville is dedicated to ensuring that every student has a meaningful and authentic experience abroad which is tied to our curriculum, service programs, or other co-curricular initiatives.

  • Residential Life

    Lawrenceville's unique House system creates a familial atmosphere and fosters a strong sense of community, responsibility and support.

  • Academics

    The School's rigorous curriculum and collaborative, discussion-based, Harkness classes prepare students to be responsible leaders.

  • The Arts

    Lawrenceville inspires beginners and luminaries alike in the fine and performing arts.

  • Big Red Athletics

    Lawrenceville offers interscholastic and intramural competition, lifetime sports, and a comprehensive fitness program.

  • Community Service

    Whatever your skills, experiences, or interests, Lawrenceville can help you help others.

  • Our Diversity

    We are committed to inspiring in our students an appreciation for diversity and a global perspective.

  • Student Leadership

    Opportunities abound for Lawrentians to develop and share their leadership skills in all realms of School life.

Lville Stories >

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    A Day in the Life

    7:00 a.m.: I sit down in Abbott to enjoy breakfast and finish up some homework from the night before. As I look around the dining hall, I immediately see the familiar faces of friends and faculty. While I wait in line to make my morning omelet, one of the Abbott workers wishes me a good morning and asks about my goals for the day.

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  • Discussions of Virtue and Success

    Lately, I have been thinking of and talking with students about virtue and success. Part of it grows out of our conversations surrounding "The Great Gatsby", where virtue is conspicuously absent and success is siren calling us to the rocks. These conversations are also the products that the November vortex of college early applications, Hill Week, and Exams always seems to inspire - conversations about purpose, meaning, character, and responsibility.

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