International Academy Events

INT Students wearing Harlem Hopscotch tshirts

INT students from Mrs. Power's class performed their interpretation of Maya Angelou's "Harlem Hopscotch." Special thanks
to Sabrina and Ms. Morgan for their tutelage and patience. Everyone enjoyed the performance and the party. Happy Holidays!!

Group of Students in Green in a semicircle

INT came together and made a measurable difference by helping to clean up the Spicket River and the Greenway. We had a great time... enjoyed a great lunch....and helped make Lawrence shine!  Great job, INT!

big group of students outside of building

On Friday, 9/6/19, INT juniors and seniors went to the LHS campus and participated in the LHS College Fair.  They learned about different colleges and picked up very good information about different majors and admissions policies.  According to students:  "I didn't know there were so many universities!"... "I am very glad I went!  There are so many things to study!"  INT students are serious about their futures!  Let's go, INT!

graduate and teacher standing together

On May 18, former INT student, Yexis Hechavarria, gave the student address at the Northern Essex Community College commencement ceremony. “When I arrived here, I realized that my life had drastically changed. Now that I was in a new country, I had to start from zero with a language that I could not speak and a new culture," she told the audience. Yexis, who graduated with an Associates of Science Degree in Biology, aspires to be a medical doctor because she is fascinated by what she calls “the miracle of life.” “What draws me to the medical field is the miracle of life. Our bodies are so complex that it’s a wonder we exist!”

Yexis was also the recipient of the prestigious Leewood Realty, LLC Sustainability Scholarship in 2018. She plans to transfer to Merrimack College and major in Biochemistry. Congratulations, Yexis, from your INT family!

Students walking next to a large globe

On June 3, INT juniors went to Babson College to watch a live action performance of Romeo and Juliet.  After the play, students were given a short tour of the campus and had lunch with former LHS students who are now at Babson College.  Everyone's questions were answered and we enjoyed our time at the beautiful Babson College.