Have questions but not ready for an interview? Attend one of our Online Information Sessions with an Admission Counselor and a member of our Tour Guide Council! The Online Information Session is an informal way for prospective families to learn more about the Lawrenceville admission process and the programs we offer our motivated and passionate students. They will be held most Tuesday and Thursday evenings from 7-8pm throughout the Fall.

In addition to the Online Information Sessions, we will list any recruitment events, such as virtual fairs, below.  



 
 
 

Online Information Sessions

List of 8 events.

  • Dec
    2

    Athletics

    Time of event:  7:00 PM
    To register for this event, click here

    Join our Dean of Athletics and Co-Curricular Education Tripp Welborne and talented student-athletes to learn more about the athletic opportunities at Lawrenceville. Our premier interscholastic and intramural competition is bolstered by a comprehensive fitness program that builds character, instills team values, and fosters a life-long commitment to positive physical and emotional habits. Whether you play three varsity sports, represent your House intramural team, or deck yourself out in Red and Black to cheer for your classmates, the values of competition and sportsmanship are on full display. Your Lawrenceville athletics journey starts here!
  • Dec
    8

    House: Second Form

    Time of event:  7:00 PM
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    Join us for a conversation about life in the Second Form (9th grade) at Lawrenceville. We will highlight the uniqueness of our Second Form structure and experience while introducing you to some of the adults with whom you will be living. This is where your four-year adventure begins!

  • Dec
    9

    House: The Circle & The Crescent

    Time of event:  7:00 PM
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    What are the Circle and the Crescent? What's the best House on campus? What's it like to arrive at Lawrenceville in the tenth or eleventh grade? What's the difference between a day student and a boarder? Get these questions (and more!) answered during a panel discussion with Circle and Crescent Heads of House and students!

  • Dec
    14

    COVID Response and Future Planning

    Time of event:  7:00 PM
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    In March, The Lawrenceville School was first among peer schools to make the decision and transition to remote learning for the remainder of Spring 2020. Looking ahead to the fall, the goal was to be back on campus with our students with Covid cautious practices in place. Join Dean of Enrollment Management Greg Buckles and other School leaders to discuss our Best For All 2020-21 Reopening and learn more about plans for the remainder of the school year.
  • Dec
    16

    Student Clubs

    Time of event:  7:00 PM
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    Robotics, Model UN, Speech & Debate, and the list goes on! Join student club leaders to learn about the 130+ student run clubs at Lawrenceville and how you can become part of it from the moment you step on campus!
  • Jan
    6

    Experiential Learning

    Time of event:  7:00 PM
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    Learning at Lawrenceville doesn't just happen around the Harkness table. Learn more about our experiential learning opportunities - unique academic scholar programs (Hutchins, Heely, Leopold, Merrill), international Harkness Travel Program, The Big Red Farm, and our outdoor leadership program. The world is our classroom and it can be yours too!
  • Jan
    7

    Lawrenceville Postgraduate Year

    Time of event:  7:00 PM
    To register for this event, click here

    Join us for a chance to learn more about the benefits of a postgraduate year and what the "PG" year looks like here at Lawrenceville.
  • Jan
    13

    A Conversation about Diversity, Equity and Inclusion at Lawrenceville

    Time of event:  7:00 PM
    To register for this event, click here

    Join our Dean of Diversity, Inclusion and Community Engagement Rick Holifield, Director of Multicultural Affairs Sam Washington and student leaders from The Diversity Council for a conversation about the ongoing diversity, equity and inclusion initiatives here at Lawrenceville.
Through House and Harkness, Lawrenceville challenges a diverse community of promising young people to lead lives of learning, integrity, and high purpose.  Our mission is to inspire the best in each to seek the best for all.