The Alumni Association is one of Lawrenceville’s most important organizations. Any student who has attended The Lawrenceville School for two or more terms is considered a member, as is any honorary classmate.
By staying connected, we cultivate meaningful relationships within our global community of lifelong Lawrentians.
Your alumni magazine, The Lawrentian, is published quarterly (winter, spring, summer, and fall) by The Lawrenceville School. The Lawrentian welcomes letters from readers, as well as submissions and suggestions for magazine departments.
Today, Lawrentians gathered at the School Peace Pole to remember those who perished in the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks in New York City, Washington, D.C., and Shanksville, Pa.
Recent graduate Sid Ramachandran ’21 began volunteering at the local nonprofit Trenton Area Soup Kitchen (TASK) since he was in seventh grade. While he was familiar with the organization’s mission to feed the hungry in the Trenton area and had spent many years serving food, raising awareness and donations, the COVID-19 pandemic presented him with a new way to help.
Lawrentians across the globe came together to support The Lawrenceville Fund – including the Parents Fund – with the kind of enthusiasm usually reserved for rock concerts.
As Lawrentians from many Houses, backgrounds, and generations, we must come together as one to shape the future of our great School.