Lawrence High School Campus Events

soccer players heading the ball in game action

Lancer Boys Soccer celebrated Senior Night with a 5-4 win over Tewksbury. Great teamwork on the field to get the win. Go Lancers! Click here for soccer photos. 

basketball tickets

The Lawrence High School boys basketball team will be playing at the Boston Garden on January 25th at 5pm vs Acton-Boxboro.

 

Tickets for the game can be purchased at every home game until then or can be purchased through the Athletic Director and Boys Basketball Program.

 

Tickets are $18 (Garden Prices) seats are near the floor behind the Lancer bench! We would love to have your support for this great opportunity for our program and the Lawrence Community as a whole!

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.

volleyball player jumping to spike the ball

For the second year in a row, our Lancer Varsity Girls Volleyball Team is in playoff action. They defeated North Andover last night and will take on Haverhill High this Wednesday, November 6th. The semifinal game will be played at Billerica Memorial High School starting at 6:30pm. Let's support our hard working team! Follow all the Tournament details  - click here.

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.