LA provides the challenges and support that encourages our students to take constructive risks and build self-confidence while contributing to the community in ways you may never have imagined.
Not only do our students come from a wide swath of geographic, ethnic, and community groups, but they also represent a diverse cross-section of talents, learning styles, and special interests.
The LA community is also an open and safe one. By both their peers and by faculty and staff members, students are encouraged to step outside of their comfort zones, take constructive risks, and build their self-confidence within a support system that will applaud them when they succeed and guide and encourage them to try again when they misstep.
At Lawrence Academy, students are encouraged to develop in depth a special talent or skill, discover and use leadership abilities, and take advantage of the school’s cultural and social diversity, and are supported as they do so.
Lawrence Academy’s traditions are anything but boring; in fact, our community likes to mix the old with the new. Some school traditions are just emerging, while others have been mainstays on the annual calendar for years.
Questions about Student Life at LA
Feel free to reach out if you have any questions about Lawrence Academy's Student Life initiatives. We're here to help!
In all parts of school life, the voices of each and every person on campus are encouraged; as a whole, the community aims to acknowledge each individual’s unique qualities and perspectives, regardless of race, ethnicity, class, gender, sexuality, ability, religious affiliation, or political views.
We're here to help!
We welcome and encourage you to reach out with any questions you might have about School Life at Lawrence Academy. Please feel free to contact Tanya Clark at 978-448-1518 or email us at email@example.com.
"For it [Spoon Hunt] to happen earlier in the year and get a name that maybe you don't know and have to look up in the directory - it's a good way to get to know people. You'll see people sprinting across the quad to tag someone that they've met maybe three days before somebody they've known for four years. So it's fun to be a part of because it's so community-based. It's like a giant game of tag - who doesn't like to play tag?"Jack Cameron, Class of 2018
Assistant Head for School Life
Associate Head of School
Dean of Students, Spanish
Assistant Dean of Students, Director of Community Engagement
Assistant Dean of Students
Administrative Assistant to Student Life