The Lawrenceville School takes a holistic approach to campus sustainability by focusing on land and water conservation, reducing energy use, and improved materials flows to promote ecological literacy and citizenship. The School grounds provide abundant educational opportunities for students and the local community that draw on the legacy of noted alumnus and ecologist Aldo Leopold
(Class of 1905) and celebrated landscape architect and campus designer Frederick Law Olmsted
. As a result, students add a new dimension to their lifelong learning journey, connect their efforts to the goals and needs of the broader community, and grow in their appreciation for the natural world.