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February 09, 2018

This past weekend, the Girls and Boys Varsity Squash teams won fourth and seventh place at the HEAD 2018 U.S. Squash High School Team Championships in Division I and Division II, respectively. Both teams travelled to Philadelphia to compete in this national tournament, which hosted 78 girls teams across five divisions, and 16 teams competed in the Division I bracket. According to the U.S. Squash website, is “the world’s largest ...

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January 26, 2018

Two years ago in my freshman Humanities English class, Ms. Perry would ask us students every class to sit alternating boy-girl genders. We all thought, “Is this necessary?”, but it wasn’t hard to tell that it was. Every class would start with girls on one half of the classroom and boys on the other, and our English class is not an isolated incident. While Ms. Perry and her special seating ...

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January 26, 2018

Earlier this month, Teddy Masterson ’19 received the 2018 Delmas Scholar Award in Classics. The scholarship award, first established in 1997 and funded by the Gladys Krieble Foundation on behalf of Lawrenceville Trustee Emeritus Dr. Patricia Labalme, honors former Head Master Josiah Bunting III. The grant is awarded each year to an exceptional student of Greek or Latin in the III or IV Form, and provides funding for a summer ...

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October 13, 2017

This past Wednesday, the Lawrence Township Growth and Redevelopment Committee presented The Lawrenceville School with the Mayor’s Award. The award recognizes the School for enhancing the Lawrence community by, for example, participating in local activities that benefit the Township and promoting activities that improve the quality of life of its residents. Lawrence Township Mayor David Maffei made the nomination because The Lawrenceville School has shown “interest and willingness to interact with ...

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September 22, 2017

This past July, the 2017 All-American High School Film Festival (AAHSFF) selected “Forgotten: Karachi, Pakistan,” a documentary produced, directed, and filmed by Azam Janmohamed ’18 and Elias Salander ’18, to screen at its festival. The two entered the festival to allow their film and its message to reach a wider audience. Funded by the Lawrenceville School’s Welles Grant, a scholarship award given to III and IV Formers pursuing summer projects, the ...

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May 20, 2017

Social life at Lawrenceville culminates in the exciting, unforgettable senior prom. Many students look forward to their prom night for years, anticipating the chance to dress up and party on a cruise ship until morning. Although the School considers senior prom a V Form event, IV Formers are also allowed to attend. In the past, students from other forms were permitted to attend if invited, but a few years ago, ...

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April 08, 2017

This past Friday from 8:00-5:00 PM, three faculty members and about 50 students went on the annual Lawrenceville Honors Biology field trip to the American Museum of Natural History in Manhattan, New York.The Honors Biology classes recently learned about biodiversity and evolution, and these topics were the focal points of the trip. Honors Biology student Jonathan Ge ’18 said, “At the museum, we could see remnants of past organisms, compare ...

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November 08, 2015

Have you ever wondered how it feels to be sucked into a vortex of dread and dissatisfaction? Have you ever been so immersed in misery that happiness seemed unattainable? Well, that’s how students at the Hill School feel every day. The daily routine of a typical Hill student begins with waking up. There is a brief moment of excitement for a new day, but the student’s mood immediately goes ...