Religious life at Lawrenceville is visible and vital, designed so that students can deepen their own faith in the Buddhist, Catholic, Episcopal, Hindu, Humanist, Jewish, Muslim, Protestant, Quaker, and Sikh religious traditions.
Religious life is also designed to encourage students to widen their understanding of and respect for traditions different from their own.
Each religious life offering is welcoming, educational, and inclusive.
At Lawrenceville, we believe that the understanding of the religious dimension of life is essential to the secondary school education. Therefore, all students take at least two courses in the Religion and Philosophy Department, including Introduction to the Study of World Religions. Boarding students are required to attend two religious life offerings each term, while all students are encouraged to participate in the wide array of opportunities which reflect the multi-faith world in which we live.