A Manchester, New Hampshire-native, Ducharme, a journalist for Time Magazine told students, "I had always loved magazines..." The text of Jamie Ducharme's speech to the gathered student body in the Richardson-Mees Performing Arts Center (RMPAC) on January 27, 2020. Jamie addressing the student body at Assembly, Monday morning... Hi everyone. It’s so nice to be … Continue reading #TodayAtLA: 2020 J. William Mees Visting Scholar – Jamie Ducharme
By John Bishop Over the past week and culminating on Monday, January 20, Lawrence Academy focused on the words and wisdom of Martin Luther King Jr. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Most specifically, LA had the words "beloved community" in mind: Our goal is to createa beloved community andthis will require a qualitativechange in our … Continue reading MLK Jr. Day 2020: Beloved Community
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
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?
By Jack Horsman ‘18 New to campus this year, junior Enock Musyoka has already made his mark on the school. Hailing from Kenya, Enock came to Lawrence Academy trained as a field hockey player, a sport also played by boys' in his country. However, looking for a new sport to play this fall, he chose … Continue reading Enock Musyoka ’21 Runs Away with Successful Season