By Jack Horsman '18 It’s that time of year again. Another calendar year is coming to a close. There’s snow on the ground, Thanksgiving has come and gone. The holiday season is in full swing, and the New Year is fast approaching. However, while you enjoy this time with your family and break from school, … Continue reading Application Advice: An Alumni Perspective
You’ve Gone To Open House… Now What?
Lawrence Academy Admissions Elm Tree Society member and lead tour guide Michael Kroll '21… Set Up A Campus Visit The most important part of the LA admissions process is YOU! What better way for us to learn about you than a visit? During your time here, you and your family will be matched with a student … Continue reading You’ve Gone To Open House… Now What?
Tips for a Successful Admissions Interview at LA
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.
Hug A Student Leader!
By John Bishop You can see the uptick in urgency; you can feel it, too. Here in September (!) -- with the first of autumn's leaves turning color -- there's just something spectacular about seeing students stepping up. Friendly faces all, here to give a hand to their fellow Spartans (as well as the faculty … Continue reading Hug A Student Leader!
Mr. Smith Goes To The Dungeon
It's always interesting to see what is going on behind the scenes. And nothing more more interesting to students than to see what makes their teachers tick, right? Case in point: This week Scott Smith is debuting a Kickstarter for his latest off-hours project - a tabletop game called "Dungeon Drop." Yep, one of the … Continue reading Mr. Smith Goes To The Dungeon