By Jack Horsman '18 This week the typically quaint and picturesque campus on an elm tree-shaded hillside has turned into a scene full of "chaos" and "paranoia" (hyperbole intended) all because of a game. That game, of course, being spoon hunt… A long-standing LA tradition, spoon hunt turns friends into enemies and classmates into competitors. … Continue reading Spoon Hunt Creates A Fun Fall Atmosphere on Campus
by Jack Horsman '18 Senior Class President Kevin Weaver addresses families during Parents' Weekend assembly. This weekend at Lawrence Academy is Parents' Weekend, a great chance for parents to get a glimpse into what a day at LA is like for their students. This year's festivities kicked off Friday morning at 8:00 AM with an … Continue reading Giving Parents A Look into Our World
We’re excited to meet you. For many prospective students, the application is straight-forward and not too stressful, but the interview can generate anxiety. In this post, I hope to relieve some of your stress.
By Jack Horsman '18 Going into his senior year, Henry Trainor ’20 decided to change pace and forge his own academic path. Rather than taking the standard senior year course load, he chose to get involved in LA’s independent program and spend the year studying one of his passions: robotics. "When I had an idea … Continue reading Henry Trainor ’20: Robotics Independent at Lawrence Academy
By Jack Horsman '18 On Monday, September 23 one of the best and longest running traditions continues at Lawrence Academy. That tradition, of course, being Mountain Day. Students relaxing at the top of Mount Monadnock after the climb. “I’m psyched!” exclaimed Rob Moore, Associate Head of School and Mountain Day enthusiast. “I think it’s a … Continue reading An Incredible Tradition Continues at Lawrence Academy