Administrative Organizational Chart

 Lawrence High School is staffed by 5 full time Building Administrators.  There is a Building Principal who is responsible for overall building management, three Assistant Principals and one Chairperson who assists the Principal.  Each Assistant Principal and Chairperson is assigned a number of responsibilities as well as a grade level.  Each Administrator follows their grade from 9th grade through to graduation and is responsible for their grade’s day-to-day attendance as well as other student management functions. 

View the Lawrence High School Organizational Chart


Summer School Information

Regents Review classes will begin July 31 to August 15 (Monday through Thursday) from 11 am to 12:30 pm.


The Earth Science Lab Practical will be given on Monday, August 14th at 8:30 am.

 

August Regents Exam Schedule:  

Wednesday Aug 16th - 8:30 AM: Algebra 1, ELA and Chemistry
                                 12:30 PM: Algebra 2, global

Thursday Aug 17th -    8:30 AM: US History and Government, Earth Science
                                 12:30 PM:  Geometry, Living Environment

 

 


 

Join us for “Hidden Figures” Summer Book Club

July 21 and August 18 @ Peninsula Library 10:30

July 27 and August 25 @ Lawrence High School  Noon

 


 

Lawrence High School is proud to announce the following for the Class of 2017:

Valedictorian – Allen Green

Salutatorian – Aaron Casanada

Honor Speaker – Barbara Williams

 

Congratulations to these hardworking students!

 


 

Prom 2017

 

 


 

SUMMER SCHOOL BULLETIN 2017

CLICK HERE

 

 

 

2017 Summer School Bulletin - Spanish

 

CLICK HERE

 

 


 

 

 HESC  Excelsior Scholarship

 

 

Dear Parent/Student/Guardian,

 

This year, Governor Cuomo and the New York State Legislature enacted the nation's first tuition-free degree program for full time students: the Excelsior Scholarship.  A college education is increasingly necessary to secure the jobs of tomorrow, and the Excelsior Scholarship ensures New York's students have access to a quality education and the skills they need to succeed.  The Scholarship is available to students enrolled at a SUNY or CUNY community college or university beginning in the fall of 2017.

 

More than 940,000 middle-class families across New York State will be eligible for the Scholarship.  How do you know if you qualify?  The requirements are simple:

 

Students must:

  • Be residents of New York State
  • Enroll in a SUNY or CUNY two- or four-year degree program
  • Take 30 credits per calendar year (including winter and summer sessions)
  • Plan to live and work in New York following graduation for the length of time they participate in the scholarship program

The program goes into effect immediately, and is available for students whose families earn up to $100,000 annually beginning in the fall of 2017.  It will extend to families making up to $125,000 annually by 2019.

 

The application will be available starting June 7th.  To receive an electronic notification when the application is live, we encourage you to enter your email in the Excelsior Alert Form on the HESC website: www.hesc.ny.gov/excelsior.

 

Please find additional information below on the benefits of the scholarship and how to apply.  Students and their families can also visit www.hesc.ny.gov or www.ny.gov/college to learn more, and text COLLEGE to 81336 for updates.

 

Sincerely,

 

H. Carl McCall

Chairman, The State University of New York

Board of Trustees

 

William C. Thompson, Jr.

Chairman, The City University of New York

Board of Trustees

 

                                                   

 

 

 

 


 

Long Island Cares will be providing lunch at the Peninsula Library from July 5 to September 1 on Monday Wednesday and Friday from 11-12:30.

They are also aware of the summer assignments and will have supplemental materials available. 

The Community Center has also offered to assist students with their summer assignments.

There is a librarian at the High School Monday-Thursday this summer.  If students need help they can set up an appointment.  Please call Mrs. Stanley at 295-8043 for further assistance. 

Mrs. Stanley will be holding Summer Book Club for Hidden Figures.  Please check the website in July for dates. 

Summer Reading Letter

Summer Reading Letter (Spanish)

9 H Summer Reading Assignment 

10 H Summer Reading Assignment

11 H Summer Reading Assignment 

12 Advanved Placement English Summer Reading Assignment 

 


 

 Lawrence Live Stream

Click Here to Watch The Multicultural Assembly!

 


 

Lawrence High School Celebrates 
Multicultural Week

Slideshow

 


 

The Lawrence Quiz Bowl Team competed on Saturday, March 4th in its first National Invitational tournament at Columbia University.  Rival Teams included Regis, Bronx Science, Hunter High School and Great Neck. Some came from as far away as Ithaca. 

Allen Green and Aaron Castanada were among the top individual scores in the National (Varsity) Division.  Eric Kolchinskiy and Ethan Breban were among the top individual scorers in the Standard (JV) Division. The team, coached by Dr. Stephen Sullivan, is a new addition for 2016-17.  

National (Varsity) Team

Allen Green (Captain)

Emma Balsam

Aaron Casanada

Joseph Cursio

Jessica Mastorides (not in photo)

Alex Padilla

Standard (JV) Team A

Nicholas Williams (Captain)

Jece Abuan

Eric Kolchinskiy

Stacy Portillo

Roshan Reddy

Standard (JV) Team B

John Chen (Captain)

Ethan Breban

Anoushka Guha

Bhawan Sandhu

Zaiff Khan

Coach: Dr. Stephen Sullivan 


 

2017 NATIONAL  YOUTH  SCIENCE CAMP  OPPORTUNITY 

  • The National Youth Science Camp is a residential science education program for young STEM enthusiasts the summer after they graduate from high school.
  • Two graduating high school students will be selected to represent New York at the all-expenses paid honors program which will be held from June 14 through July 8, 2017. More information can be found on the Department’s web site at  http://www.p12.nysed.gov/ciai/mst/sci/programs.html 
  • The online application to attend the 2017 National Youth Science Camp (NYSC) is now available at http://apply.nysc.org/. All applications and all supporting documents/forms must be submitted online no later than 6:00 PM EST March 1, 2017.
  • For questions about the application process, please contact Ms. Elisabeth Egetemeyr at 518-474-5922 or by e-mail at elisabeth.egetemeyr@nysed.gov

  


ATTENTION JUNIORS!

Now is the time to start registering for the SAT or ACT.

www.collegeboard.com (SAT)

www.act.org (ACT) 

Please see your guidance counselor for any questions. 

 


 

Love Linda Inc. Scholaship Application

 


Attention Student Athletes!

If you are interested in participating in either Division 1 or Division 2 athletics, on the collegiate level, please open the following link for important information on how to register with the NCAA as a student athlete.

www.ncaa.org/student-athletes/future/how-register 


LHS Clubs Presentation

LHS Clubs Video Clips


 

Lawrence High School 2016 Financial Aid Planning Night


 

Please note there will be a change in the date of the 2017 Senior Prom.

The new date for Lawrence High School’s Senior Prom will be: 

June 20th, 2017

Tuesday, 6-10 pm

Bridgeview Yacht Club  

  

Lawrence Students Invited to Present Original Research in Beantown!
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Lawrence Students Invited to Present Original Research in Beantown! Three Lawrence students (senior Emma Balsam and the dynamic...

  
Lawrence DECA had another great year as two 10th grade students, Massimo Cancelliere and Harrison Kim, competed at the International...
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The 2017 Irish Cultural Society of the Garden City Area's Martin J. Kelly Writing Contest, open to all public...

  
Student Psychologists Shine at Long Island Science Congress! On Wednesday, April 5th, Lawrence High School senior Emma Balsam,...

  
By invitation from the LHS African American Club and Student Government, Cheryl Wills, nationally recognized award-winning journalist...
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Congratulations to LHS senior Allen Green on being named a finalist in the ISWEEEP Energy Environment Engineering Competition,...
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  Congratulations to Patrick Leary! The LHS Physical Education teacher was awarded the NYS Soccer Coach of the Year award. ...
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  Congratulations to the following students who competed at the DECA State Career Conference held in Rochester, New York...
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On February 7, the Lawrence High School Math Club participated in the American Mathematics Competition (AMC).  This competition...
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Students in the virtual enterprise class, Tornado Fit, operate a virtual business that sells fitness videos that can be streamed...
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Lawrence High School's re-creation of the Kiesza music video.

  
The following links provide students access to recordings of classes and webinars about improving SAT/ACT scores. This is a wonderful...
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Congratulations to the following students who memorized the most digits of PI: They are: 9th Grade 1st Place - Anouska...