the-lawrenceville-school-sLocation: Lawrenceville, New Jersey (neighboring Trenton and Philadelphia)
Type of School: Co-ed
Date of Establishment: 1810
Campus: Suburb
Total No. Of Students: 807
Grades: 9-12
Average SAT Score: 2180 – 1860

About The Lawrenceville School

The history of the Lawrenceville School can be traced back to 1810. It got its current name in 1883 after it passed the certification of MSACS and was recognised by the National Independent School Association.

The campus covers an area of 700 acres. It grants admission to excellent students from 34 states and 27 countries. The school emphasises individual self-development and responsibilities in community life. As an academic institution, the school aims to foster students who not only want to be admitted to universities, but also those who want to become contributors, with energy and thought, to society.

Admission to Universities

99% of students are admitted to American universities, including Princeton University, Harvard University, Boston College, Duck University, the University of Pennsylvania, Brown University and Cornell University.


Tuition (board & lodging included): $37,660 (USD) per year. Incidentals: $4,000 – 9,000 (USD) per year.

Please Note: Fees mentioned above are costs for students per academic year (9-10 months).

Requirements for Application

SLEP, TOEFL, SSAT (average score: 85), telephone interview.

Dates for Application

Up to 01 February, for fall intake.
Schooling Period: 2 terms,
No. Of AP Courses: 27

Service Facilities

The Bunn Library has 100,000 books and 340 national databases online.

Facilities include: A Music Teaching Centre, Science Hall, Art Centre, Church, Visual Art Centre, Gymnasium and History Study Centre.

Seventeen dormitory buildings, ten teaching buildings, seven accessory buildings, nine golf courts, 16 tennis courts, 200m indoor race tournament fields and ice hockey rink.


Football, golf, swimming, tennis, basketball and indoor softball.