- Academic Clubs (Intellectual / Medical / Engineering)
- Artistic Clubs (Performance / Visual / Film / Music / Creative Writing)
- Athletic and Game Clubs (Sports / Hobbies / General Interest)
- Cultural and Religious Clubs (Affinity Groups / Cultural Interest / Spirituality)
- Financial and Business Clubs
- Philanthropic Clubs
- Political Clubs
- Publications (Video Productions / Zines / Audio Productions)
- Scientific Clubs (Environmental / Agricultural / Health and Food)
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.
Big Data and AI Research Club
The Lawrenceville Big Data and AI Research Club, formerly known as the Big Data/AI Club, seeks to teach our members valuable machine learning and AI programming skills in python, within the context of real-world research projects, with the goal of publication.
Big Red Philosophy
We believe that the pursuit of ethics and philosophy should not depend on one single perspective. Therefore, our mission statement is up to members of the club to decide at the end of each school year.
BioOlympiad is the Lawrenceville USABO(National BioOlympiad) competition team.
We hope to reach out to students in each course so that we can personalize our actions to their needs and truly make a positive impact on the way classics are viewed at Lawrenceville.
Communities Speaking with Purpose
CSP wish to promote public speaking more widely on campus and allow students within and outside Lawrenceville to consider public speaking as a purposeful and ‘accessible’ form of performing arts.
By providing expert guidance, materials, and state of the art equipment from GCAD, the engineering club aims to aid student creations and teach students how to use engineering as a solution to everyday issues.
Future In Medicine
Our primary goal is to give Lawrenceville exposure to the world of professional medicine through professional testimony and open discussions with these people working in the field of medicine.
Girls Who Code
Girls Who Code aims to expose girls to computer programming to promote engagement in STEM topics despite the gender divide.
The purpose is to host a hackathon in the Spring and develop professional skills, network with other people, and increase creativity and teamwork skills.
Harkness International Program
To bring the Harkness method of education to schools around the world, particularly those that are in less fortunate situations.
human behavior meatball sandwich
A social sciences club that investigates and discusses patterns of human behavior, using cases of people on campus as a source of research.
Lawrenceville Book Club
The Lawrenceville Book Club strives to not only meet monthly, discussing books of the club's choice, but also to host engaging community service projects, spreading the love of reading through the L'ville campus and beyond.
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.
Lawrenceville Speech and Debate
Lawrenceville S&D aims to be a platform that fosters the growth of speaking and debating events on campus while simultaneously helping students develop their ability to express and advocate for themselves.
Do you want to participate in academic competitions without the need to memorize boring facts? Then Linguistics Club is for you! The only thing you compete for is logic and problem solving skills! No linguistics background is necessary.
L'ville Future MDs
L'ville Future MDs is a club for anyone interested in medicine whether that is volunteering, learning about career pasts and different illnesses/diseases, or students with similar aspirations.
In Math Club, we strive to create an environment where, through collaboration and competition, students from all different forms and experience levels can bond over a shared love for math.
Mock Trial is a Lawrenceville academic team that competes in the state Mock Trial competition to give students an opportunity to explore the judicial system, practice communication and argumentation skills, as well as challenge themselves while being part of a supportive team.
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 Programming Club helps students of all levels of experience learn and study branches that include Web Development, Mobile App Development, Competitive Programming, Artificial Intelligence, and even independent studies.
Help to spread an awareness and love of research on the Lawrenceville campus with our end goal being the completion of our club’s own project to help better understand our community.
Robotic Design Studio
We want to enable people to explore elements of robotic design in a non-competitive and relaxed environment.
Lawrenceville Robotics is the official Big Red science competition team, and aims to foster a collaborative interest in STEM through personalized mentorship and engaging its members in prestigious tournaments like FTC Robotics, Zero Robotics, and more.
The Rocketry club aims to bring students together through the construction and design of model rockets to compete in The American Rocketry Challenge, the world's largest rocket contest.
STEM for Change
STEM for Change is a club that aims to help connect our Lawrenceville campus with the surrounding area by using STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) technology in the form of workshops and speakers, and bring more of an excitement about STEM to and around the Lawrenceville campus!
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.
The TedEd program at Lawrenceville allows students to present ideas and experiences via talks that will be shared on the global TedEd Student platform. This club will be a great opportunity to strengthen public speaking and presentation skills while training students to become future TedEd speakers and leaders!
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.
Tour Guides serve as student guides for prospective families visiting our campus. Students participate in tours during their free periods.
3D Design Club
In the 3D design club, students will get to learn how to fully utilize Blender, a free creation suite, to design, render, and animate whatever they please.
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 explore the field of architecture with a group of students who share a common interest in design.
Big Red Step Club
This club is to bring Step, a type of dance that uses your body to make beats and rhythms, to anyone at Lawrenceville wanting to learn about the culture and the moves.
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.
FRObeats is an Afro-Fusion dance ensemble whose mission is to create a safe space for all students, regardless of dance experience or backgrounds, to learn more about Afro-Fusion and to embrace and explore the diversity within African cultures.
Impulse Comedy Troupe
The Impulse Comedy Troupe, Lawrenceville's very own Improv comedy group, is a performance-centered club that meets weekly to practice quick-thinking and witty comedy in preparation for various shows throughout the year.
LKR3W is Lawrenceville’s hip-hop dance ensemble. Our mission is to create a fun environment where dancers come to explore hip hop, jazz-funk, and other street styles.To foster a space where one is free to experiment, learn, and grow as a hip-hop dancer. Our ensemble is where both experienced dancers and complete beginners come together to improve their dance skills, collaborate with others, and develop their artistry.
The one and only co-ed acapella group on campus!
Lawrenceville Dance Team (LDT)
Lawrenceville Dance Team (LDT) is the School’s jazz and contemporary dance competition team. Our mission is to create an environment where dancers can aspire and inspire, promoting artistry while making an impact on the community beyond Lawrenceville.
Lawrenceville Film Society
LFS aims to give students an opportunity to express themselves artistically through filmmaking and videography.
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.
Lawrenceville Photo Club
Lawrenceville Photo Club aims to bring students who love photography together.
To provide an inclusive and easily-accessible digital platform that encourages all students and teachers to share their singing talent by recording covers to their favorite songs, whether in a video or audio.
Our mission is to establish a club strictly focusing on the art and craft of writing poetry, where members are introduced to new writing styles and genres in hopes of developing well-rounded poets.
LKREW is the on campus hip hop dance group that works to train beginner dancers as well as provide advanced opportunities for more experienced performers.
The first ever Lawrenceville podcast, where we interview and showcase fascinating teachers and students around campus.
Bring relevant chatter to the student body.
Mariachi De Lawrenceville
Mariachi De Lawrenceville is a musical group that performs/learns traditional and contemporary mariachi music. We aspire to promote musical and cultural diversity by increasing exposure to the Mexican musical art form of mariachi.
Muse is Lawrenceville’s Visual Arts Club dedicated to spreading visual arts on campus and hosting visual arts events ranging from art auctions to activities such as collage-making workshops and watercolor tutorials. Muse is run by members of the Muse Council and is open to all students!
Nachale is Lawrenceville’s Bollywood and Indian classical dance ensemble. Our mission is to celebrate Indian culture as a diverse and inclusive community. Nachale is a community of dancers from diverse backgrounds promoting a healthy culture, healthy communities, and the overall success of present and future cultural dance generations.
To provide a framework for dramatic activity at Lawrenceville School and to encourage it via performances and artistic expression.
As Lville's all-girl a capella singing group, Rouge aims to foster a community through music and create opportunities for girl singers at Lawrenceville.
Songwriting Workshop serves to bring together anyone from skilled songwriters to beginners, and even those who just want to listen and support their friends, to come together and share work that may be still in progress and lean on each other to workshop lyrics, music, or production to cultivate pieces together in a low-stakes environment.
We are a Latinx dancing group that performes at various occasions to show other students a bit of Hispanic culture.
Tour de Force
Tour de Force (TDF) is Lawrenceville’s spirit dance ensemble. Our mission is to get Lawrentians, whether in the stands or their seats, up and dancing. TDF strives to build a collaborative environment where dancers work "to inspire the best in each to seek the best for all."
Video Production Club
The Video Production Club will congregate anyone on campus interested in filmmaking or video editing to produce various films for the enjoyment of students.
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.
To provide a space for anime/manga fans to discuss favorites of the genre, new releases, and other interests related to anime/manga and to help those interested in the genre discover good anime to watch or manga to read.
Athletic Recovery Club
The Athletic Recovery Club aims to educate athletes within the Lawrenceville community about the importance of holistic recovery methods such as, but certainly not limited to KT taping, cupping, acupuncture, and physical therapy.
Avante Garde Lego Club
Share our passion of Legos with the community and foster fun and creativity.
Big Red Badminton
If you love Badminton and/or want to learn how to play, join Big Red Badminton!
Big Red Lifting Club
The BRLC seeks to create an environment in which Lawrentians can pursue their passion for self-improvement in safe and smart way, whether that be in the kitchen, in the weight room, or on the athletic field.
Chess club is a fun and safe space to learn to play chess or casually get your game on and improve on your strategy!
Connect 4 Club
The Connect 4 Club's mission is to teach students new strategies behind the game while providing a fun space to play and enjoy the game.
We hope to create an environment students can learn to play and play games of Ultimate Disc in an organized fashion.
This will be a club for those interested in aviation and its ultimate goal will be the engagement of people in the world of aviation and the preparation for the PPL theoretical exam.
Formula 1 Club
We want to engage Formula 1 fans across campus through community viewing sessions and weekly newsletters.
Game Night Club
Game Night Club is a fun way to relax, play card games and board games, listen to music, eat snacks, and have fun with other students a few times a year!
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 Book Club
We will read the Harry Potter Book series, will meet every couple chapters to discuss if wanted, and will watch movie after every book of requested.
Laugh Out Loud
The LOL club believes in the contagiousness of laugher and aims to brings students and faculties together with fun and humorous materials, such as jokes, short videos, comedy performance… etc.
Lawrenceville eSports seeks to offer Lawrentians opportunities to engage in a community of competitive and casual gamers.
Lawrenceville Rugby Club
The mission for the Lawrenceville Rugby Club is to bring together students passionate in the sport of touch rugby and tackle rugby. This club will be a way for like-minded individuals to come together and play/watch rugby together.
Lawrenceville Surf Club
The Surf Club's initiative is to build a community within Lawrenceville of students who surf or want to learn how to surf, eventually taking students surfing.
Learn to Skate
To teach everyone the joys of skateboarding through practice and example.
Odd Games Club
A club to join kids looking for new experiences in games that may not have been represented in their own clubs, or be popular enough on their own to warrant one, including many strategy and puzzle games, some nature related ones if the group applying so chooses, and a couple "just for fun" games that aren't necessarily thoughtful.
One for the books... or movies?
Our club offers a place where students can compare books and their corresponding movies with fun debates and thrilling conversation.
The Outing Club
The Outing Club strives to strengthen the connection between nature and Lawrenceville students through outdoor activities and expeditions.
Teaching young sports fans how to analyze in-game trends in order to better understand the way we predict odds, scores, stats, etc.
The Ping Pong Club
This club is for ping pong lovers, enthusiasts and please who want to learn to master the sport and have a good time.
The Poker club's mission is to teach interested students an understanding of the mathematics and decision-making process behind the game of poker while ensuring a great time.
The Putting Club
Our mission is to provide a space where students can freely pursue their putting passion, whether experts or novices, through a relaxing as well as instructional time at the greens.
We strive to bring Quiz Bowl to Lawrenceville and provide an outlet to fun yet academic trivia.
Through the art of skiing, the Ski Club hopes to unite Lawrentians of all forms to enjoy nature and live in the present. We achieve this goal by taking day trips throughout the winter term and enjoying the yearly weekend stay at Killington Mountain in Vermont.
Sports Debate Club
The Sports Debate Club aims to create an environment where students and faculty alike can have engaging discussions and discourse about their favorite topics in athletics, while also competing in Trivia events to test their knowledge and win prizes along the way.
The Squirrel Club creates free, surprise events for the student body.
Even though Squash is an individual sport, we hope to foster lifelong relationships between kids through their love of squash. Under Lawrenceville student instruction, local kids will learn vital skills, such as teamwork, perseverance, and grace under pressure.
Bringing the community together through volleyball, the Volleyball Club hopes to provide a low-stakes environment for players of any level to learn the sport and have fun through various drills, games, and activities.
Wiffle Ball Club
Team up with your friends to make a championship run in this wiffle ball league!
ABC (Alliance of Black Cultures)
The purpose of ABC is to bring black students at Lawrenceville together to bond and learn more about black history and culture, as well as educate any other students who wish to be a part of the club.
African Student Union
The African Student Union’s mission is to provide a space on campus for students of African heritage while also providing a resource for other students to learn about African cultures and current events.
Black Men Alliance
Our club provides a safe space for young black men to express their thoughts.
Black Women at Lawrenceville (BW@L)
BW@L is a safe space, particularly for black women, to come together and learn from as well as empower one another through conversations about our shared identity.
Caribbean Students Association
Caribbean Student Association serves as an affinity group to support diasporic Caribbean Students at Lawrenceville.
Catholic Student Organization (CSO)
CSO celebrates Catholic Mass every Sunday. All are welcome! Please reach out if you would like to read at mass and/or become more deeply involved with the CSO!
Chinese Honor Society
We aim to provide opportunities for students to explore and enjoy Chinese Culture, participate in national language competitions, connect with students worldwide, and in the end be inducted into the National Chinese Honor Society.
Episcopal Holy Communion
Episcopal Holy Communion hosts weekly church services and aims to create a community for Episcopal students as well as provide an opportunity for others to learn about the Episcopal church.
To deepen and broaden perspective, insight, and inspiration while allowing students to participate in their own religious or contemplative tradition and learn about others.
FOCUS provides a space for people of all religious backgrounds to ask questions and learn about Christianity while studying the Bible.
This year, the French Club plans to provide an environment that connects fluent French speakers and non-fluent students interested in learning the language or more about the French culture through movie nights, dinner nights, and game nights so students can immerse themselves in the French language and culture in a fun yet meaningful way.
Friends of Christian Athletes
To bring together students athletes and grow their faith in Christ while also offering a safe space for all students to come and feel accepted.
Gender-Sexuality Alliance (GSA)
The Gender-Sexuality Alliance (GSA) strives to create a welcoming and accepting environment for Lawrenceville’s diverse community, specifically students of all genders and sexual orientations; additionally, we advocate on behalf of LGBTQ+ students on campus and aim to rid Lawrenceville of homophobia.
Hallelujah Worship Committee
Hallelujah services are interdenominational services and they draw deeply from the richness and diversity of the African American church. We meet monthly to sing, clap, pray, and hear God’s word in an experience that feeds both the spirit and the intellect. All are welcome.
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.
Japan Club aims to share Japan’s unique culture to the Lawrenceville community and providing a space for all to commemorate cultural events and eat authentic food.
Japanese Culture Appreciation Club (JCAC)
We plan to admire, celebrate and educate ourselves on the topic of Japanese culture through film, Anime, food and learning.
Jewish Students Organization (JSO)
An affinity group for Jewish students who celebrate jewish holidays together.
Latinos Unidos provides a space for Latinx and Hispanic students to express their own culture and share it with the Lawrenceville community.
Lawrenceville Teach North Korean Refugees (TNKR)
Lawrenceville’s chapter of Teach North Korean Refugees (TNKR) aims to raise awareness and provide a variety of opportunities for the Lawrenceville community to learn more about North Korea, North Korean refugees, and human rights violations.
A small group of people that assist in planning and organizing activities to promote faculty and student bonds on campus, like faculty children babysitting and one-on-one tutoring.
Middle Eastern Students Society
To connect students with a Middle Eastern background, while also providing a space for discussion between such students and those interested in learning more about Middle Eastern culture, history, and current events in the Middle East.
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.
Mixed Race Club
The mission of the club is to spread awareness to the issues mixed race people face and to be an outlet for mixed race people to talk with.
The Multicultural Club celebrates people from a diverse background of cultures, along with people who associate with more than one culture, and promotes discussion about multiculturalism in the context of both Lawrenceville and the world.
Muslim Students Organization (MSO)
A space for Muslim students to gain a sense of affinity and community with other Muslim students and faculty.
Pan Asian Alliance
PAA celebrates, represents, and informs about all cultures and peoples of Asia and strives to eliminate negative stereotypes about Asian students on campus.
The Philosophy Society's goal is to provide a space for philosophical discussion that challenges people's beliefs and to allow students to discuss philosophical questions they are interested in.
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.
The Sangha Buddhism Club
The Sangha Buddhism Club strives to explore Buddhist thought and theory and to learn how to apply Buddhist principles to the club members' daily lives.
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.
Big Red Investment Club
Teaching students investment to prepare for a better financial future.
The Bloomberg Club will provide students access to the self-paced Bloomberg Market Concepts course and certification and may have guest speakers to talk about business and how they use Bloomberg terminals.
Buying the Dip
Our mission is to educate the student body about the Crypto Currency market in hopes that they will start trading Crypto currency safely and efficiently.
We hope to educate and share information regarding Cryptocurrencies with the Lawrenceville School Community.
DECA prepares emerging leaders and entrepreneurs in marketing, finance, hospitality, and management in high schools and colleges around the globe. We aim to prepare for and compete in the competitions that DECA offers and to spread entrepreneurial interest throughout the student body.
Financial Literacy Education Club FLEC
We aim to promote financial literacy in Lawrenceville and the wider world by creating videos that comprehensively cover topics like investing and personal finance.
Future Business Leaders of Lawrenceville
The program is designed to help people develop their business leadership, networking, career development, and social skills by going to FBLA Competition and discussing with others.
A challenge where students design and pitch a business/NGO.
Sports Business Club
The Sports Business Club seeks to educate all of its members on the behind the scenes aspects of sports by providing speakers, business model challenges, and other athletic activities (such as ping pong or soccer tournaments) to both club members and the entire Lawrenceville community.
Women in Business @ Lawrenceville (WIB@L)
The goal of Women in Business at Lawrenceville (WIB@L) is to inspire and promote leadership in young women, in the areas where males are traditionally dominant. By encouraging innovative and mission-driven thinking, WIB@L hopes to cultivate leadership and make impacts on gender inequality.
To give Lawrenceville students the opportunity to help others that are less fortunate through the initiative of the 7 cups organization.
A 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.
Amnesty International is a non-profit organization that tackles human rights issues around the world by uniting people globally and in this club, we aim to work under the Amnesty International name and create a safe space to raise money, discuss, and learn more about human rights challenges in the world.
Beads for Bags
Our mission is to create a de-stressing environment for Lawrenceville students through bracelet making, while simultaneously helping the underprivileged in the area receive bags full of necessities for everyday life, by selling these bracelets in the Lawrenceville community and donating the proceeds to the Bag Project.
Beyond the Book @ L'ville
Beyond the Book @ L'ville seeks to reimagine remote learning and to inspire students around the world through peer-to-peer mentorship and personalized educational experiences, in tandem with the organization Beyond the Book.
Big Red UNICEF
The mission of the Big Red UNICEF club is to raise funds for UNICEF and educate club members on current global events/crises.
Books for a Better Bahamas
Books for a Better Bahamas aims to build a set of bookshelves and provide literary materials to a local high school in Eleuthera, The Bahamas while educating Lawrentians about Bahamian/Caribbean culture.
Books For Youth Africa
To supply and fundraise books for underprivileged kids in rural Ghana for a library and/or school materials.
Colin's Kids Club
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 which to donate the money. We go through a process of reading applications and doing site visits to decide what organization will receive the donation.
Cooking for Community Service Club
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
At Dumplings for Dreams, we make and sell traditional Chinese food at various School events to raise money and awareness for rural children in China with iron deficiency.
Dyes Change Lives
Have a good time creating clothing pieces while raising money for a good cause!
Experiencing Community Service
The purpose of this club is to provide freshmen and sophomores more opportunities for community service, giving them useful experience for their future community service endeavors and graduation requirements.
From Houses to Homes Guatemala
The 'From Houses to Homes Guatemala' club focuses on fundraising and collecting much needed resources for families in need living in Guatemala and also to spread awareness of this non-profit organization, we’ve worked with to further support their mission of providing Guatemalans with healthcare, safety, and education.
Give Kids the World
We want to raise money and awareness for the nonprofit organization, Give Kids the World (GKTW), throughout the Lawrenceville community and to continue holding fundraising events throughout next year so we can donate money and help GKTW, as well as educating the community on what GKTW does.
Humanitarian Aid Society
The Humanitarian Aid Society is the 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.
To raise funds and awareness for juvenile diabetes on the Lawrenceville campus.
Key Club is an international service organization for high school students. As a student-led organization, Key Club's goal is to encourage leadership through serving others.
LEAP (Lawrentians Educating for Advancement Placement)
LEAP is a tutoring program that aims to improve the writing/reading skills of underprivileged students while simultaneously preparing and aiding them in the private school application process.
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.
NJ Coastal Wildlife Conservation Club
Club designed to help preserve and protect the local beaches and wildlife of NJ.
On the Water
On the Water is dedicated to fundraising and advocating for the preservation of our oceans and marine life.
Raise awareness and donations for life-changing surgeries for children suffering with cleft lip and palate in remote locations around the world!
Service for Sustainability
Our club aims to combine sustainability and community service at Lawrenceville in order to give students fun opportunities to learn about and participate in both.
SODA Club (Special Olympics and Disabilities Awareness)
SODA club will work with Special Olympics New Jersey and fundraise for them and have monthly meetings to teach students about some of the issues that people with disabilities are facing in order to spread awareness for a community that is underrepresented at Lawrenceville.
Sustainable and Ethical Fashion at Lawrenceville
To educate those in the Lawrenceville community about sustainability and ethics within fashion while incorporating design projects and all-school events.
The Lifelong Water Project @ Lville
Through speakers and fundraising initiatives, The Lifelong Water Project @ Lville aims to educate the Lawrenceville public on Vietnam's safe drinking water access crisis.
Teach and Fundraise for Brazil
Teach underprivileged kids in Brazil math, english, music, etc. to better the world and learn more about yourself.
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.
WISER: The Fight for Women’s Education
The WISER club advocates, fundraises, and spreads awareness for the fight for Women’s education. The support is specifically in service of the WISER Secondary School in Muhuru Bay, Kenya.
Climate Lobbying Club
The Climate Lobbying Club will teach members the process to lobby legislators on climate action policies and will invite legislators throughout the year to speak with Lawrentians over Zoom.
Integrating, Empowering, and Protecting Immigrants in American Society.
The goal of GirlUp L'ville is to empower Lawrenceville girls to get involved in social issues that they are passionate about, and to provide support and a community that works to combat these issues together.
The Lawrenceville Brain Dump
We endeavor to make a positive impact on Life at Lawrenceville through the art of conversation hoping to give a peace in mind for all Lawrentians.
The Lawrenceville Business Club
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 Consulting Club (LCC)
The Lawrenceville Consulting Club will introduce the valuable skill of consulting while also providing background on this exciting potential career choice.
The Lawrenceville Microfinancing Club (LMC)
Through the Lawrenceville Microfinancing Club, we hope to promote the development of small businesses while developing our skills in choosing a good investment while providing an emphasis on future financial self-sufficiency.
Special Olympics and Disabilities Awareness Club (SODA Club)
SODA aims to educate the Lawrenceville community about ableism, provide a place for students to share their own experiences or those of a family member or friend, and facilitate community discussions about disabilities through monthly meetings.
Veteran Service Club
Our mission statement is to honor the veterans of our school community and beyond while also educating the younger generation about the importance of those who have served through numerous service events, fundraisers and meetings.
Young Democrats Club
Young Dems hopes to promote political participation on campus through events such as voter registration, debates, and education.
Young Republican Club
This club was incorporated in order to extend and teach the tenants of conservative and Republican thought. We are also committed to pushing for further political action on campus.
The mission of The Abstract is to highlight the numerous visual artists among the student body and faculty.
Lawrenceville's first publication on environmental sciences and health policy.
Bringing the world and its news to the Lawrenceville community in a more accessible way and on a weekly basis.
Our goal for the countdown is to highlight Lawrenceville sports and to provide a platform where Lawrenceville students can share their opinions/insights on ongoing sports topics.
First Amendment (TFA)
TFA seeks to promote awareness and involvement in international and domestic politics at Lawrenceville through the twice-a-term publication of The First Amendment magazine, which strives to reveal both opinionated and non-opinionated facets of any given political issue.
Homage to Harkness
Homage to Harkness seeks to foster powerful Lawrentian voices by writing about what is most passionate, engaging, and important.
Humans of Lawrenceville
To provide insight on the social, academic and athletic lives of all Lawrenceville community members
In the Margins
In the Margins is a magazine that strives to celebrate the beauty within marginalized voices in the Lawrenceville community, with an emphasis on commentary and fashion to highlight different identities through an intersectional lens.
As Lawrenceville's annual religion and philosophy journal, Insight introduces the student body to a comprehensive range of topics by showcasing the exemplary work done in these disciplines.
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.
Lawrenceville Film Collective (LFC)
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 Historical Review
The Lawrenceville Historical Review accepts papers from all forms and publishes the best historical scholarship that the student body has to offer.
Lawrenceville Radio Club (WLSR)
The radio club here at Lawrenceville is a place where students can explore broadcasting by creating podcasts and shows for our Spotify and YouTube channels.
Lawrenceville Science Reports
Our mission is to inspire a passion for the sciences in Lawrenceville and be a way for students of science to write about the fields they are most 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 a brand new business publication which aims to foster passion for business related topics and provide a source of information for business minded students.
The Linguist is Lawrenceville’s first multilingual publication that strives to educate the community on global news, politics, and culture.
Our club’s goal is to showcase student prose, poetry, photography, and art. We work with writers, photographers, and artists to edit and publish their pieces. We hope to engage the literary and artistic community on campus and offer an outlet for creative expression.
A Fashion and Lifestyle magazine documenting the best outfits, trends, and cultural events both on campus and worldwide
To showcase the photography of the Lawrenceville community.
Prize Papers is an annual publication that displays the IV form's best analytical and creative writing. Each year, a group of talented IV formers is selected to review and compile their peers' best works.
SNLville is Lawrenceville's sketch comedy production, inspired by "Saturday Night Live." We are committed to spreading joy and laughter throughout the Lawrenceville community.
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.
Spilled Milk, also referenced as SM, is an on-campus, comedy/satire publication with a goal to be published once a term, designed so anyone of any writing level or dedication can submit, which is what will separate SM from the other publications in Lawrenceville.
Traction strives to unite all the "sneakerheads" on campus through our magazine, consisting of articles, industry professional interviews, photos that highlight Lawrenceville's coolest kicks while simultaneously raising awareness for the need for sustainable initiatives in the sneaker industry.
Working Title is a student-run publication for longer creative writing that publishes once a term, with submissions accepted year-round.
Advocating Healthy Minds
Advocating Healthy Minds or AHM is a club designed to spread information about mental health under the lens of a new perspective to advocate for the general wellbeing of Lawrentians through conversation and education.
Conservation, Environmental Research, and Climate Action Club
The Lawrenceville Conservation, Environmental Research, and Climate Action Club aims to educate our community on the ongoing climate crisis, and empower interested students to make a difference.
To learn how to cook delicious treats.
F.I.N.E (Feelings I've Never Expressed) Club
The F.I.N.E Club aims to promote better mental health throughout the Lawrenceville community by being transparent with one another and helping each other live mentally healthily.
Through the lenses of diner satisfaction, sustainability, and student-body engagement, the Food Committee will work to optimize the relationship between the Lawrenceville community and the food that we eat.
Provide a way for kids to experience the beauty that is grilling. We also want to do something helpful for the community through something we love.
The Hope Organization
Our goal is to stop the use of non cruelty-free cosmetic use and spread awareness of the testing on animals for cosmetic purposes.
Marine Biology and Ecology Club
The Marine Biology and Ecology club plans to discuss Marine science and educate ourselves and the student body on the subject of life in the depths of the sea.
A club for all things noodles: making noodles, eating noodles, serving noodles, selling noodles, because who can ever get enough of noodles?
Rebel Eaters Club
We hope to create a safe place on campus to talk about diet culture and help students form more positive relationships with both food and their bodies.
Seaing the Future
Our mission is to spread awareness about our polluted oceans with a specific focus on beaches in New Jersey.
Shore Bowl is a fun opportunity for students to learn more about ocean sciences in a relaxing environment with researchers and outing trips to local coastlines, all with the goal of competing in regional Ocean Science Bowls.
Through community engagement, the Sustainability Council will work to reduce waste, increase awareness, and improve sustainability overall here at Lawrenceville.
Women @ Lawrenceville
Women @ Lawrenceville will tackle three things: creating a safe space for those who struggle with body autonomy (i.e victims of sexual assault, disordered eating, etc.), encouraging the community to be better with their words and actions, and teaching each other to be a better support system for each other in the house, and beyond.