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 Lawrence High School is staffed by 6 full time Building Administrators.  There is a Building Principal who is responsible for overall building management, three Assistant Principals, one Chairperson who assists the Principal and one Supervisor of PPS.  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. 

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The NYPD With Arms Wide Open Detective Steven McDonald Memorial Scholarship




The Lawrence HS Virtual Enterprise Class participated in the annual Long Island VE Business Plan Competition and Trade Show.
The class surpassed its personal record in terms of total sales with a grand total of $441,000.  The class tied for first place in this category out of 51 schools from Nassau and Suffolk County.
A wonderful time was had by all who attended.
A special thanks to those who came in on Monday to view a run through of our Business Plan Presentation.  Your insight and input was greatly appreciated.









Four Lawrence Students Invited to 2018 Long Island Psychology Fair!   

Jece Abuan (12th)

Ariana Brown (12th)

Stacy Portillo (12th)

Bhawan Sandhu (10th)


Congratulations to the four Lawrence behavioral scientists who were named Regional Finalists, and invited to compete in the Ninth Long Island Psychology Fair, held at Roslyn H.S. on Thursday, January 11th: seniors Jece Abuan, Ariana Brown, Stacy Portillo & sophomore Bhawan Sandhu. 

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On Wednesday, November 15, 2017 students of the Advanced Placement Literature and Composition classes, members of the literary magazine, Piece of Mind, and members of the Mental Pablum newspaper staff were treated to a special event. Christine Reilly, 2006 graduate of Lawrence High School, came to speak to the students about her life as a novelist and poet. Christine is a graduate of Bucknell University and she received her MFA in Creative Writing from Sarah Lawrence. She has published numerous poems in literary journals and magazines, and she is the author of the novel Sunday's on the Phone to Monday.

Christine read a chapter from her novel and then discussed her writing process. She said she doesn't write every day, but she finds it helpful to find the time to write even if it is just for a short period each day. She said writing isn’t the most lucrative of careers, but it is a very rewarding one. When asked about how she was able to get her novel published, Ms. Reilly walked the students through the process of finding an agent, an agent finding a publisher, and a writer getting used to rejection. Students were full of queries regarding her choice of college, how she dealt with rejection, her second novel, etc. All in all, the students learned that the life of a writer can be quite fulfilling.


The 33rd Annual Dr. Martin Luther King, jr. high school senior essay scholarship award contest 

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Please review the LHS College Planning Presentation for all LHS students and their parents.



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The Lawrence HS Virtual Enterprise Class @ Long Island VE Business Plan Competition and Trade Show
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The Lawrence HS Virtual Enterprise Class participated in the annual Long Island VE Business Plan Competition and Trade Show. The...

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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...