- Academic Clubs (Intellectual / Technological / Engineering)
- Athletic and Game Clubs (Sports / Hobbies / General Interest)
- Creative Clubs (Performance / Visual / Film / Music / Creative Writing)
- Cultural and Religious Clubs (Affinity Groups / Cultural Interest / Spirituality)
- Financial and Business Clubs
- Health and Wellness Clubs
- Philanthropic Clubs
- Political Clubs
- Publications (Video Productions / Zines / Audio Productions)
- Scientific Clubs (Environmental / Agricultural / Science)
20/20 Design Council
The 20/20 Design Council works closely with Head of School Murray and the architects from the Sasaki Architecture Firm to provide student input on new construction projects on campus. We aim to foster design thinking skills through introducing 3D design and modeling software to those who would like to learn and explore more.
3D Design Club
Our goal is to encourage people to try 3D Design in the free software called Blender. We compile resources for people to practice designing or just watch cool projects.
The Architecture Club focuses on educating Lawrenceville students on the basics of Architecture by studying and learning from buildings around campus. We will meet biweekly to create a final project that showcases the outcomes of our studies.
Art History Club
We aim to educate the students of the Lawrenceville School on art history, by hosting guest speakers, sponsoring day trips to museums, and collaborating with the Hutchins Gallery.
Big Data and AI Research Club
The mission of the Big Data and AI Research club is to involve our club members in a machine learning or AI-based research project for the whole year, with the goal of publication. The club provides members the opportunity to learn about ML/AI skills and publish research in peer-reviewed journals.
Big Red Philosophy
Big Red Philosophy encourages the study of Ethics on campus through events and by producing an Ethics Bowl team.
Big Red Robotics Club
The Big Red Robotics Club aims to compete in the FIRST Tech Challenge through which students design, build, and program a robot.
The Blockchain Club
The blockchain club teaches you the fundamentals and applications of blockchain. It will also help you devise a blockchain solution to solve a community problem and prepare you for the International Blockchain Olympiad.
The Classics Club aims to foster interest in the study of Latin and Greek through a community of student scholars at Lawrenceville. We help students with their coursework as well as other interests that they would like to pursue, providing them with an informal support network.
We are a competitive club that will partake in the DECA competition which prepares emerging leaders and entrepreneurs in marketing, finance, hospitality and management.
Destination Imagination Lawrenceville
To create a team or teams that will compete in 1 of 7 STEAM related challenges in the Destination Imagination program at the State tournament.
To help instigate, promote, and aid in student creations. To teach students how to use the new equipment in GCAD. To be a welcoming community where students can come for help with pre-existing projects, or ideas for new ones.
Experiments in Psychology
Our club is focused on bridging ethics and psychology. We both find these fields super interesting, and want to share our passion with our peers. We would discuss psychological experiments such as the Stanford Prison Experiment and examine the ethical implications of such investigations. To make the club more engaging, we had the idea to possibly simulate some of these experiments with club participants (of course, not as intense as the prison experiment).
To bring together the French community at Lawrenceville outside of the classroom to foster a shared love for French and also aid those taking French classes who may need it.
Future of Technology
A student led club learning and utilizing the innovative blockchain technology through trading cryptocurrencies, flipping NFTs, and building personal projects.
Girls Who Code
Girls Who Code aims to expose girls to computer programming to promote engagement in STEM topics despite the gender divide.
Harkness International Program
To bring the Harkness method of education to schools around the world, particularly those that are in less fortunate situations.
The Language club serves to bring people together through the art of Language. Do you speak one, two, or multiple languages? The Language club is the place to find other students and faculty who speak your native language, the language you are currently studying, or a language you are interested in. It is a safe space to speak, practice, or improve your language skills and connect with other folks!
Latin Honor Society
The Latin Honor Society aims to provide a space that promotes interest and allows for passionate students to gain insight into the Latin language and culture. We hope to do this by not only organizing an environment where students of any level or form can bond over Latin, but also by sponsoring participation in more competitions here at Lawrenceville.
The Lawrenceville Book Club
The L'ville Book Club aims to foster a bookish school environment, while spreading a love of literature beyond the Lawrenceville community.
The mission of the Hackathon Club is to develop professional skills, network with other people, and increase creativity and teamwork skills.
LEAP (Lawrentians Educating for Advancement Placement)
LEAP aims to foster bright and thoughtful middle school students by developing their writing and personal expression skills through one-on-one mentoring. We expose them to the opportunities of attending an independent school and hope to build the foundations for our future leaders.
Through practice and application our aim is to stimulate the environment of a courthouse and train students to become adept in legal practices and procedures.
The Model United Nations Club simulates the procedures and debates of the United Nations, turning each student into mock delegates throughout the year in weekly Lawrenceville meetings and international conferences.
The Motivational Speaking Club
The Motivational Speaking Club aims at providing motivational advice and support while teaching motivational speaking.
We offers daily peer tutoring in lower common rooms, host study sessions for major assignments week, and promote academic support between students.
The Programming Club serves to bring together students interested in all types of computer programming at Lawrenceville.
We design, build and launch our own rockets year-round to compete in the America Rocketry Challenge where we will attempt to meet a required structure, timeframe, and altitude.
Speak to Lead
Speak to Lead club purpose is to host regular meeting where students, faculty members, and parents share a personal story based on a unique theme. Each week we will have different themes which can be interpreted differently and so, we create diverse, interesting stories. I'm sure that we will learn and bring the community together with those stories.
Speech and Debate
The team practices and competes in various NSDA speech and debate events.
The Technovation Club
The Technovation club teaches girls both computer programming and business through the Technovation competition, in which participants create an app that identifies and solves a problem in the community.
Thinking in Bets
Thinking in Bets plans to teach its members how to make better decisions through a combination of thought experiments, games, and discussions guided by the Alliance for Decision Education. Additionally, Thinking in Bets puts emphasis on comparing decision making in poker to making real life decisions under uncertainty.
Tour guides work with the Admissions office, serving as student guides to welcome prospective community members visiting campus. Students participate in tours during their free periods.
Website Making Club
Website Making Club aims to teach students how to make a website through the use of HTML and CSS a fun and interactive way!
Big Red Badminton
Big Red Badminton aims to bring Badminton to Lawrenceville students in a recreational, but educational setting.
To play chess and have fun!
The Cooking Club
We aim to provide a space for people to come together through food.
Our mission is to give passionate gamers an opportunity to compete and develop their skills with other Lawrentians like them.
Foster interest in aviation at Lawrenceville! Whether you just want to find out what flying is all about, are interested in getting your own Private Pilot’s License, or even already have your pilot’s license—this club is for you!
Game Theory Club
The Game Theory Club seeks to teach and better the understanding of decision-making, risk minimization, and the optimization of gains through the study and practical applications of popular card games.
Harry Potter Club
We will meet around once a month to watch the Harry Potter movies & harkness our predictions, opinions and ideas on the series. Come for the snacks, stay for the movies!
Our mission is to connect students through running and use cardio to relieve everyday stress. We want to disassociate competition and pressure with running so that students are able to approach it with a healthy and positive attitude in their future.
Ice Skating Club
The Ice Skating Club aims to provide a fun and exciting way to learn how to ice skate as well as a way to relax and enjoy a good time with your friends.
Lawrenceville Figure Skating Club
The Lawrenceville Figure Skating Club is an official US Figure Skating high school team that aims to spread our love for this sport to the broader school community. As competitive singles and synchronized skaters, we hope to engage Lawrentians in the multifaceted disciplines figure skating has to offer. All levels, including those who have never stepped foot onto the ice before, are welcomed and highly encouraged to join!
We design and donate custom lego sets to organizations like Homefront and occasionally host play sessions for Friday fun kids.
Mixed Martial Arts Club
Our goal is to teach all who are interested the beauty and complexity of mixed martial arts (Muay Thai, Jiu Jitsu and Wrestling.)
Model Aircraft Club
To teach novices of the hobby how to build and fly your own remote-control aircraft!
A club for all things noodles: making noodles, eating noodles, serving noodles, selling noodles, because who can ever get enough of noodles?
The Outing Club creates opportunities for students to get off campus and explore the outdoors. This club creates an environment for people to detach from society and enjoy nature.
We help students grow their strength by providing accessible easy arm workouts and hosting group workout sessions with the end goal of helping students perform their first pull-ups.
The purpose of Puzzle Club is to foster an intellectually challenging inclusive environment while at the same time not being necessarily an academic space. Find out who you are as a member who participates in collaborative building and solving of jig and logic puzzles in order to engage in meaningful team activities.
Roller Coaster Club
The Rollercoaster Club aims to provide opportunities for students to make trips throughout the year to amusement parks such as Six Flags and Hershey Park.
As experienced sailors, we want to share our love and knowledge of the sport with both beginner and advanced sailors to hopefully provide our members with opportunities to come together and pursue a shared passion.
Teach kids how to skateboard, either just by riding around or doing tricks.
Our mission for this club is to inspire and provide opportunities for snow-sport athletes to build their skills and enjoy being outside through various excursions to different mountains including Killington.
We want to bring Lawrenceville together through a universally loved sport, spikeball, and to introduce it to those who haven’t had the opportunity to play before.
Sports Business Club
This club combines Sports and Business and runs events throughout the year to help share about the combination between sports and business. We host events like trips to basketball games, ping pong tournaments, and guest speakers. Last year we saw the return of the club and we are working to build upon this to make this better than ever. With more trips and new guests we hope to bring the community together in 2022-2023.
The Game Night Club
The goal of the Game Night Club is to provide a welcoming and friendly environment for all to enjoy the company of fellow Lawrentians through games!
True Crime Club
True Crime aims to bring together a community at Lawrenceville that has fun entertaining events around true crime.
808VILLEAGE is the content creation syndicate for rappers, producers, and directors on campus facilitating and promoting the local hip-hop/music industry. We bring producers and rappers together to create songs as well as directors to produce music videos. In addition our goals are to release two albums each year with the best music we’ve produced on platforms such as Spotify, Apple Music, etc.
To enrich the musical community by facilitating performances and musical events.
Creative Writing Club
The mission of the club is to engage the writing community on campus and provide an outlet for creative expression.
Designing The Change
Designing the Change is a club that aims to educate, raise awareness, and reduce stigma on topics of gender, sexuality, culture, race, religion, and many more through visual arts.
Encouraging humor on a causal and relatable level.
Inquiries in Drip and Fashion Sciences
To recognize that fashion is purely subjective and to help people find and develop their style.
Interior Design Club
Our mission is to foster a group to explore the area of interior design and pursue interest in it through online design programs, friendly competitions, and guest speakers.
Larries is Lawrenceville’s coed acapella group that holds weekly rehearsals and performs at multiple venues throughout the year!
Lawrenceville Film Society
LFS aims to give students an opportunity to express themselves artistically through filmmaking and videography.
Lawrenceville Independent Dance (LID)
Lawrenceville Independent Dance (LID) is a club for people with a talent or passion for dance to become choreographers and create dances of their own or become dancers and bring their peer's choreographies to life for the LID Dance Series in the Winter and Spring Terms. This is a low-stress, low-commitment club open for anyone to join, at any time of the year.
The Lawrenceville Music Society
The club’s mission is to share the joy of making and performing music with all members in and outside of the Lawrenceville School community, through organization of ensembles and performances for a meaningful cause— to celebrate musicianship and to foster a community of collaborative musicians.
Make It Up!
A lot of people do not know how to use makeup or what makeup is. We will teach you the A-Z's of makeup!
Muse is Lawrenceville’s Visual Arts Club dedicated to spreading visual arts on campus and hosting visual arts events, from community art projects, to collage-making workshops, to our annual Winter Art Auction, and more. Muse is run by members of the Muse Council and is open to all students, regardless of experience level!
The Periwig Club
To provide a framework for dramatic activity at Lawrenceville School and to encourage it via performances and artistic expression.
Ring Out Lawrenceville!
Ring Out Lawrenceville schedules students and faculty to ring the Chapel Carillon after classes and on important school occasions.
Rouge is an all girls acapella group on campus that meets once a week to practice so that we can perform at various venues on campus. We sing a variety of different songs and only ask that our members be present and open to learning different types of music.
Scripted Mystery aspires to provide a playground and platform for writers and performers to immerse in their curiosity through the intriguing world of live-action murder mystery.
Songwriting Workshop is a space for students to explore or further their interest and skills in songwriting, specifically in writing music, lyrics, and incorporating instruments. The club is open to both beginners and experienced songwriters alike and overall serves as a place for collaboration.
The Video Production Club
To congregate students on campus who enjoy video production.
This is a space for students to explore areas of media such as animation, film, comics, and aspects of visual storytelling at their own pace.
With weekly meetings and performances at a vast array of school events, VoiceMale —Lawrenceville’s all-male a cappella group —aims to share the joy of singing and music making to the school community and beyond.
Alliance of Black Cultures (ABC)
ABC is a club that brings people together to share a space and educate ourselves on black issues.
African Student Union (ASU)
ASU Council provides the club resources and discussion topics pertaining to African heritage and culture, as well as organizes a safe space for dialogue surrounding African identity.
The Armenian Club wants to spread awareness of the armenian community and of the armenian genocide. We also want to hold fundraisers to support Armenian organizations.
The Big Red Key
The Big Red Key aims to help incoming students coming from any background, but especially those from less privileged schools, navigate their new lives and opportunities As Laweratians.
Black & Asian Alliance
Bringing two divided minority groups together to enjoy different collective cultural events.
Black Men Alliance
The Black Men Alliance provides a safe space for young black men to express their thoughts.
Black Womxn @Lawrenceville
BW@L cultivates a safe and welcoming space for black womxn to come together, learn from each other, and empower one another through activities and conversations about shared identity.
Caribbean Students Association (CSA)
The club wants to enlighten the Lawrenceville community about our culture and heritage, through bringing pieces of our culture right to the community's doorstep.
The Chinese Society wants to spread positive Chinese culture around campus for others to explore, while fostering a sense of community and belonging for anyone with Chinese heritage, or who has an interest in Chinese culture.
CSO (Catholic Students' Organization)
An organization dedicated to serving God on Lawrenceville's campus through attending weekly masses and organizing events for Catholic students to find fulfillment and friendship.
The Friends of Christian Athletes provides a space for Christian athletes to engage in fellowship and deepen their faith.
Club focused around bringing Christians together in a fun environment for fellowship and some bible study.
Gender-Sexuality Alliance (GSA)
As the GSA we strive to create a more safe, welcoming, inclusive, and celebratory environment for all queer students at Lawrenceville.
Hallelujah Worship Committee
To provide a safe space and supporting community to anyone and everyone through food and Christianity stemming from Black culture.
Hindu Student Organization
Aiming to be a leading, exemplary resource and source of information about Hinduism at Lawrenceville and beyond, the HSO recognizes and embraces the fact that Hinduism means so many different things to different students and provides a safe space for students to express themselves, practice their religion, and discover what spirituality or culture means to them.
International Students Association (ISA)
International Students’ Association serves to unite members of the international community on campus. We host annual events that both represent and celebrate the various global cultures of our students.
Celebrate Japanese culture though the appreciation of Japanese food and media.
Jewish Student Organization (JSO)
The Jewish Student Organization (JSO) aims to provide opportunities that reflect Jewish culture and traditions to all.
Latinos Unidos provides a space for Latinx and Hispanic students to express their own culture and share it with the Lawrenceville community.
Mixed Race Club
The goal of this club is to be a community for mixed race students to discuss the struggles they have experienced as a result of their multiracial background and to inform others about these issues.
Introducing the Moroccan culture to Lawrenceville.
Muslim Student Association
Bringing muslim students within the Lawrenceville school together
The neurodiversity club is a space to talk about navigating Lawrenceville and other environments as a neurodivergent person. Neurodivergence is a term for any type of brain that is wired differently, such as autistic, ADHD, OCD, bipolar or dyslexic individuals, but anyone is welcome to come and learn.
PAA celebrates, represents, and informs about all cultures and peoples of Asia and strives to eliminate negative stereotypes about Asian students on campus.
Religious Life Council
The Religious Life Council (RLC) aims to nurture spiritual and religious life at Lawrenceville by providing visibility for its strength and diversity, and to cultivate understanding and respect among religious traditions.
Slavic Circle is a club both for individuals of Slavic descent, who want to further explore multifaceted nature of Slavic culture, and for those with no ties to anything Slavic, who want to expand their worldview.
Women At Lawrenceville
We are here to help develop a better sense of community between the underclass and upper-class young women at Lawrenceville.
Big Red Investment Club
Teaching students how to invest to prepare them for a better financial future through investment lessons, guest speaker lectures, stock market simulations, and participation in high school investment competitions hosted by Wharton and Ithaca College.
The Bloomberg Club is for very interested investors and those who want to learn about the markets at a deeper level. A major focus of the club is the Bloomberg Market Concepts online course certification, which is provided to members of the Bloomberg Club who are passionate and interested in furthering their knowledge of the economy and markets at an in-depth level.
To connect the past and current Lawrenceville community through the digital world and incorporate the connection into the future world of cryptocurrencies and NFTs, and provide a virtual way of keeping bonds and connections among Lawrentians.
Business Ethics Club
Business Ethics Club's mission is to allow the Lawrenceville community to have sit down discussions of the principles that corporations should follow in terms of social responsibility and environmental responsibility. The club will discuss problems such as oil spills in the ocean and fast fashion's overuse of freshwater, and the obligations that corporations should be held to for the betterment of society.
The Business Lab
Our mission is to inform the Lawrenceville community about the role that science plays in the advancement of our society and how it has affected the structure of our economy.
Financial Learning Club
The Financial Learning Club seeks to enhance the financial literacy of students at the Lawrenceville school by utilizing several learning methods to cultivate a better understanding of the economy
The Lawrenceville Business Club (LBC)
Our mission at The Lawrenceville Business Club is to create a community of aspiring and established entrepreneurs; through events, discussions, and partnerships with alumni, we hope to exchange and explore concepts related to business and entrepreneurship.
Lawrenceville Microfinancing Club
Through the Lawrenceville Microfinancing Club, we identify and support small businesses in areas of low opportunity through Kiva, a crowdfunding-based Microfinance Institution (MFI). We do this by researching and providing small loans to businesses in need -- a process that simultaneously serves the community and hones our business skills through risk management.
Stock Market Investments
We hope to teach students about how the stock market works and how to invest through research, games, designated speakers, and by holding a competition that would take place every term. After learning how the stock market works, members, in groups or individually, will be granted a fake amount of money to pretend to invest in one or several stocks that they select, and they will analyze the growth or decline throughout the term.
Women in Business at Lawrenceville (WIB@L)
The goal of Women in Business at Lawrenceville (WIB@L) is to inspire leadership in young women and cultivate their growth in the business and financial sectors. By encouraging innovative and mission-driven thinking, WIB@L hopes to make progress towards eliminating gender inequality.
Advocating Healthy Minds Club
AHM is a club designed to raise awareness about mental health under the lens of a new perspective and to advocate for the general wellbeing of students through conversation and education with the ultimate goal of destigmatizing mental health.
Our goal is to help people cultivate long-term fitness and health with calisthenics. With the use of bodyweight training, acknowledging the difference in people’s mastery of the sport, we create a space where we can share experiences and build on each other's skills.
Focusing On You
We strive to create an open community within our school where students are able to bond with others while being provided with the time and space to prioritize their mental health as well as the resources to de-stress.
Friender (Big Red Match-Making)
Meeting people outside of your classes or sports can be difficult at Lawrenceville; Friender's (or Big Red Match-Making) mission is to bring people together from all different walks of life. This is a safe social space where you can show up on any meeting day to meet other people and form connections and long-lasting bonds through conversation, activities, and shared interests.
The Goddess Project
We work to de-stigmatize menstrual poverty on the national level through blog posts and interviews with change-makers. Additionally, we hope to create accessibility to hygiene products on our campus and in the greater Mercer County community.
The LOL Club believes in the contagiousness of laugher and aims to brings students and faculties together with fun and humorous materials, adding an extra dose of joy to your daily life.
L'ville mindfulness aims to emphasize the importance of mental wellbeing by promoting healthy thinking and mindful activities. We provide a warm space for students to share thoughts and complete mindful exercises like journaling; through the process, we hope that students can explore their identity and feel less alone in doing so.
The MBTI Club is a space to meet with other people who are interested in the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI), a personality type indicator. This space is to learn about yourself and others and discover your and other personalities' characteristics, strengths, weaknesses, habits, and how you connect and interact with the world. Meet and connect with other people of the same personality type as you and engage with people of different personality types through discussions, activities, and learning.
Men’s Mental Health Club
Our goal is to further promote a healthy mental environment at our school and break down the stigma behind men’s mental health.
Sickle Cell Trait Awareness
We intend on creating a club that will spread awareness to a common trait that prevents millions from fulfilling their athletic potential. We also want to create a platform that showcases how to minimize/manage symptoms of the trait.
Sports Medicine Club
The Sports Medicine Club will allow students to gain knowledge on sports related injuries, human anatomical and physiological basics, treatments, and procedures. The club will give students the opportunity to observe and provide the Athletic Trainers with aide of the daily functions of the Athletic Training Room.
SPT (Sports/Physical Therapy)
Educating the Lawrenceville student body of ways to efficiently preserve their own physical health in order to help them fulfill their full athletic potential.
Suicide Prevention and Awareness Club
The suicide prevention and awareness club seeks to provide students with a safe and healthy environment.
The Lawrenceville Wellness Council’s mission is to amplify student voices to facilitate a school atmosphere where mental health is normalized (but not glorified), prioritized, and ultimately curates a safe, welcoming campus where students feel that it is okay to not be okay.
We work to protect people wherever justice, freedom, truth, and dignity are denied.
Beads for Bags
Our mission is to create a relaxing environment for Lawrenceville students through bracelet making, while simultaneously helping underprivileged children in the area. By selling these bracelets in the Lawrenceville community we will donate the proceeds to the Bag Project which provides children with everyday necessities.
Big Red UNICEF
The UNICEF Club partners with the U.S. Fund for UNICEF to educate, advocate and fundraise to support UNICEF's lifesaving work.
The purpose of the club Blob Fish is to create fundraiser opportunities to support animal species that are currently at risk for extinction.
Books for Youth Africa
Fundraising and donating books for schools around the world, specifically communities in Africa in poverty.
Children's Hospital Volunteer Club
Spread awareness for children in need and recognize hardships for said children and overworked frontline workers, allow people in the Lawrenceville community to make a difference in children's lives, and bring the community together for a common goal to help others.
Colin's Kids is a community service club dedicated to supporting the Colin's Kids Organization through fundraising and blanket making events.
Every year we receive a generous donation and are tasked with finding an organization to donate the money toward. We go through a process of reading applications and doing site visits to decide what organization will receive the donation.
Cooking for Community Service
The purpose of our club is to support the Ronald McDonald House (RMHC) houses mission of “supporting families with hospitalized sick children, to relieve them from having to cope with meals for themselves and their family when they just want to focus on their sick child” This club aims to do just that through monthly volunteering at the local Ronald McDonald House in New Brunswick.
Dumplings for Dreams
Our mission is to raise money for an organization of choice by making dumplings and celebrating Asian heritage.
Dyes Change Lives
Dyes Change Lives aims to give students a chance to tie-dye and bleach clothing while having fun with friends and raising money for charities.
FBMA (Friendship Bracelets for Mental Awareness)
FBMA is a club which involves students through the making of friendship bracelets to sell in order to raise money for an organization by the name NAMI (National Alliance on Mental Illness). Members would meet to make bracelets and sell to other students for donations to promote mental health awareness.
Food for Thought
The purpose of our club is collect surplus produce from the Big Red Farm and redistribute it to organizations such as TASK and Share My Meals that help support low-affluence areas and food deserts where fresh produce might not be readily available. In addition, we aim to give students volunteering opportunities at these organizations and educate them about the importance of sustainable agriculture and the struggles of food deserts.
A philanthropic club whose mission is to help and assist the local homeless shelter Homefront in any way that we can, whether it is through donations, clothes/food drives, tutoring, or helping the kids through fun sports nights and activities. Their mission statement is to "Help families break the cycle of poverty" and it is our mission to help them reach that goal in any way that we can.
The Hope Organization
Our goal is to reach out to younger adult audiences, as well as teenagers and children, to raise awareness about makeup and cosmetics, as these are the age groups that are starting to purchase and use the products of these unethical companies, unaware of what is actually going on behind the scenes.
Humanitarian Aid Society
The Humanitarian Aid Society is an umbrella organization for all community service clubs on campus with our goal being to help clubs effectively and responsibly fundraise, and to help the student body develop a globally conscious mindset.
Key Club is a student-led organization whose goal is to encourage leadership through serving others.
Lawrenceville Against Alzheimer's Disease
This club is dedicated to raising awareness about Alzheimer's disease and raising money for Alzheimer's research and care.
LEAP (Lawrentians Educating for Advancement Placement)
LEAP aims to foster bright and thoughtful middle school students by developing their writing and personal expression skills through one-on-one mentoring. We expose them to the opportunities of attending an independent school and hope to build the foundations for our future leaders.
Lives Saving Lives
Lives Saving Lives aims to raise awareness about the importance of organ and tissue donation and transplantation; profits from our fundraising events are donated directly to the Gift of Life House, a non-profit center in Philadelphia that provides patients awaiting organ and tissue transplants and their families with temporary housing and support.
Mind for Minorities
To bring awareness to mental health issues and create community between minority groups on campus. Raising money for AAKOMA Project to provide funds for their cause, which is to help the mental health needs of BIPOC youth.
Minority Advocacy for Racial and Religious Collaboration (MARRC)
Our goal is to give students a platform to use their voice to raise awareness and attention regarding racial and religious topics both inside the classroom and around the world that people are afraid to talk about or neglect.
On the Water
A club set to raise awareness about ocean preservation on campus, inspire students to be more environmentally conscious, host community service events involving the environment,, and fundraise for ocean preservation.
Our club is a bigger part of the Operation Smile effort, which aims to raise funds to provide cleft palate surgeries in underserved communities.
Purpose for Paws
Our mission is to foster a relationship with a local animal shelter in efforts to support the stray animals in the greater Lawrenceville community. We will have monthly trips in small rotations to volunteer with the cats and dogs at the shelter, and run school fundraisers to donate supplies and funds to the animal community. Through volunteering and donating, we can assist the shelter to enrich the lives of homeless animals.
Sakhi fundraises and raises awareness for the organization "Sakhi for South Asian Women", which seeks to raise awareness about domestic and gender-based violence, specifically by promoting the lives of survivors of gender violence. Sakhi also hopes to address the stigma around different cultures around South Asia to create a safer space for these women to speak about their experiences.
SODA Club (Special Olympics and Disabilities Awareness)
SODA club will fundraise for Special Olympics New Jersey and spread awareness for a community that is underrepresented at Lawrenceville.
Stand with New Immigrants
What we hope to accomplish is to reach out to new local immigrants, especially youths, in hopes of helping them in any way when settling in the new country, and additionally fundraise for the cause of immigrants.
Sustainable and Ethical Fashion
Our club's mission is to raise awareness as well as fundraise for causes relating to sustainable and ethical fashion.
Tunes for St. Jude’s
Through benefit concerts and community events, Tunes for St. Jude's strives to raise funds for St. Jude Children’s Hospital, which treats children with life-threatening illnesses from all over the world for free, and support this great cause by celebrating the musicianship of members in the Lawrenceville community.
We teach underprivileged children how to play squash.
"G-Cubed" represents the three "green" symbols of the American immigrant experience: the green dollar bill, the green card, and the green Statue of Liberty. We are a collective of students passionate about shedding light on the immigrant experience in America through individual projects, working with different mediums. We aim to empower the immigrant community by raising awareness about their stories and providing them support.
Left, Right, and Center
We aim to foster a place on campus where politics can be discussed with an informative lens and current events can be analyzed from all angles, with a focus placed on individuals creating their own, informed, opinions.
Model Arab League
The Lawrenceville Model Arab League works to connect Lawrenceville students in learning and researching the politics and history of the modern Middle East, practicing the skills of public speech and debate. Our work culminates in a conference located at Georgetown University during the Spring of 2023.
Young Dems hopes to promote political participation on campus through events such as voter registration, debates, and education.
The Abstract's goal is to be a platform for aspiring Lawrenceville visual artists who would like to present their artwork, and to promote visual arts by making student artwork accessible to the Lawrenceville community.
The Common Podcast
The common strives to connects the community between the student body of Lawrenceville by making everyone's voice heard.
Bringing the world and its news to the Lawrenceville community in a more accessible way and on a monthly basis.
The First Amendment
The First Amendment seeks to promote awareness and involvement in international and domestic politics at Lawrenceville through the twice-a-term publication of its magazine, which strives to reveal both opinionated and non-opinionated facets of any given political issue.
We aim to bring student creators and writers in one space to explore the rich ideas and works Lawrenceville's student body has to offer. Through writing workshops and monthly publications, we hope to help encourage discovery about one's identity and belonging.
Insight is a religion and philosophy publication that intends to publish at least once a year. We aim to expose Lawrenceville to a wide array of beliefs and exemplary work and hope to cultivate a deeper appreciation for these topics.
L'ville's fashion and culture magazine.
An on-campus publishing house for student zines, a short form, self-published creative magazine of original images/text/work. Our goal is to work with individual students and small groups to assist in publication and ultimately, publish a short form zine where student(s) are able to share and spread their work and ideas to the greater Lawrenceville community and beyond, with the content of the zine including but not limited to photography, poetry, drawings/sketches, music reviews, etc.
Produced entirely by students, L10 News seeks to reimagine high school video journalism with biweekly episodes showcasing the diverse talent and personalities that comprise the Lawrenceville community.
The fundamental mission of The Lawrence is to provide the Lawrenceville community with a comprehensive survey of on and off campus events, student opinion, art and culture, and athletics. As the primary mirror and voice of the student body, The Lawrence strives to offer a source of personal and community reflection so as to enrich the Lawrenceville experience intellectually, culturally, and socially.
Lawrenceville Historical Review (LHR)
The Lawrenceville Historical Review accepts papers from all forms and publishes the best historical scholarship that the student body has to offer.
The Lawrenceville Film Collective
Our goal is to foster an appreciation for film in the Lawrenceville community by discussing the elements of filmmaking, writing movie reviews in a new Zine, and organizing monthly screenings.
Lawrenceville Science Reports
Our club seeks to promote science communication through the review of scientific breakthroughs. Additionally, we hope to interview experts in various scientific fields to have students learn and pursue the scientific fields they are interested in.
Lawrencium: Science Research Journal
Lawrencium is Lawrenceville’s annual science research journal to showcase the scientific research conducted by Lawrenceville students of all forms both on and off campus over the past year.
The Ledger is Lawrenceville's business publication which aims to foster a passion for business-related topics and provide a source of information for business-minded students.
The Lit is Lawrenceville’s oldest publication, showcasing literary and artistic work on campus.
The Negative is a publication that features photography from Lawrenceville students, staff, and faculty.
To bring comedy to the school through the reflective mirror that is a camera!
Through a magazine publication each term, Spectrum aims to highlight LGBTQ+ issues on and off campus, providing both educational resources for the community and voice for LGBTQ+ students and allies.
We are a publication aimed at writing and publishing satire themed content in an online issue.
The Sunday Essay
The Sunday Essay is an opinion-based, student-run publication that aims to capture the sentiments of the Lawrenceville student body on particular issues through diligent, research-based journalism.
The TBD podcast club strives to bring attention to topics that are important to the student body. We hope to foster representation of opinions, raise awareness on issues that students feel need to be addressed, and create a fun and unscripted platform for speakers to learn from each other.
The VILLEage Green
The VILLEage Green provides the Lawrenceville community with updates on the work, projects, and initiatives undertaken by the School and the Sustainability Council, as well as recent sustainability-related developments outside our gates. We aim to inform, educate, and generate interest in topics and concepts of environmental and social sustainability among members of the school community, raising awareness and empowering them to make a difference through their everyday actions.
WLSR (Lawrenceville Radio Club)
The radio club at Lawrenceville is a place where students can explore broadcasting by creating podcasts and radio shows for our Spotify. Members will learn how to use the broadcasting equipment and prepare for live broadcasts.
To bring students interested in archaeology together to engage in activities and discussions that will instill in them a passion for the field.
Climate Action Club
The mission of the Lawrenceville Climate Action Club is to facilitate our members' environmental-based projects and coordinate events designed to spread climate awareness on and off campus.
Lawrenceville Audubon Society
Relaxing group with monthly meetings that provides birding opportunities around Lawrenceville, and also focuses on conserving birds, particularly those that live on our campus.
Lawrenceville Medical League
Lawrenceville Medical League aims to bring together passionate students who are interested in the medical field. We will provide opportunities for students to expand their interest in a variety of fields of biological and medical sciences by sponsoring related events and organizing participation in competitions such as the Brain Bee.
The Neuroscience Club
The Neuroscience club allows students to expand their knowledge on the topics of neuroscience, spread awareness about specific diseases and conditions related to the brain, and learn about possible career paths in neuroscience.
The Physics Club strives to foster an environment where students can share their passion in physics while advancing their knowledge in this science field.
Research Interest Club
The Research Interest Club aims to equip students with research skills and introduce them to opportunities to get published and present their findings. The club will work to connect interested students with professionals, publicize the presence of potential research on campus, and conduct periodic workshops to learn important research skills.
Roots & Shoots
Our mission is to foster respect and compassion for all living things, to promote understanding of all cultures and beliefs and to inspire each individual to take action to make the world a better place for people, other animals, and the environment.
The Sustainability Council aims to inform, educate, and generate interest in topics and concepts of environmental and social sustainability among members of the school community, including waste, climate action, and environmental justice, raising awareness and empowering them to make a difference through their everyday actions.