Capital gifts are defined by their enduring nature. Thus, a capital gift may range from significant support of a strategic Lawrenceville priority to support of a building or renovation project, from an endowed fund* for faculty or financial aid to sustained support of a special program. Lawrenceville is fortunate to have benefited over the years from generous capital giving by its alumni and parents, but our school is a dynamic entity and its needs are ongoing.

List of 4 items.

  • Financial Aid

    Thanks to the generosity of alumni and parents, in the fall of 2016 we reached the "Promise of Lawrenceville" campaign goal raising $36 million in additional endowed funds for financial aid. While this campaign will have a significant impact on our ability to admit the most deserving applicants, raising scholarship funds continues to be an essential commitment for the School. Your gift will allow students of all backgrounds to learn from and with one another, and to realize the full benefits of a Lawrenceville education. 
  • Teaching and Learning

    Lawrenceville students receive one of the finest educations available anywhere thanks to a wealth of academic and special programs and an exceptional faculty. An expanded program of advanced scientific research; additional independent and experiential studies; and S.T.E.A.M. – hands-on, exploratory learning that incorporates principles of science, technology, engineering, art and mathematics – are among the program opportunities for capital support. Vehicles for supporting Lawrenceville’s teachers include endowed faculty chairs, professional and curriculum development funds.
  • Places and Spaces

    With over 700 acres, 18 student Houses and nine academic buildings, Lawrenceville’s campus offers opportunities to participate in its maintenance and improvement at a range of gift levels. Currently, in the context of a campus master plan, the School is undertaking a comprehensive renovation of the Gruss Center for Art and Design as well as a reimagining of the Dining and Athletic Complex.
  • Campus Life

    Lawrenceville offers its students an array of co-curricular activities, with over 100 student clubs and service organizations and 21 varsity, JV, freshman and House sports. Building leadership skills and cultivating responsibility through community service, sustainability projects or student government requires a reliable source of funding. Similarly, the success of Lawrenceville’s athletics programs depends on providing our student athletes with top-notch equipment and travel/training opportunities. Endowed program funds make the Lawrenceville experience richer and more meaningful.

Contact Information

We are happy to help you make a gift to Lawrenceville that is meaningful to both you and the School. Please contact:

Erin Graham 
Director of Development
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.