Lawrence High School Campus Events

LHS student working with student

Lawrence High School students in the Writing Leader class, teach writing workshops to kindergarten students at the Breen School!

group photo of students with Governor, Mayor and Superintendent

For the second year, Massachusetts is celebrating STEM Week and awarding schools with Pathways Grants. The event took place at Lawrence High School where 15 school districts received funding to support their Science, Technology, Engineering and Math curriculums. Posed with Governor Baker, Mayor Rivera and Superintendent Paris are Jean Eddy, who funded the grants through American Student Assistance, and LHS Seniors participating in the program.

student comforting another person with a hug

LHS Juniors and Seniors in Forensic Science and Health classes had strong reactions of empathy after hearing speaker Crystal Squires. She is the niece of exoneree Bernard Baran, who was imprisoned for 21 years on a wrongful conviction. Crystal and New England Innocence Project Executive Director Radha Natarajan were sharing Bernard's story on October 2nd, Wrongful Conviction Day, to bring awareness to this serious issue. 

Student accepting diploma

Congratulations to the new LHS graduates of 2019! The 63 new graduates bring the total LHS 2019 graduating class to an amazing 786! 

students and teachers watering in the garden

More than 50 students have been learning all types of gardening skills as they take part in the LIFE Garden at Lawrence High School Campus. The group has created wheelchair accessible hot houses and raised bed gardens so that all students can particiapte. They have planted everything from flowers and vegetables to strawberries and herbs. Stay tuned for updates as the garden grows. You can check out recent photos on their Instagram page with this information @lhs.life.garden