Stories of Transformation

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Stories of Transformation

In every generation, students from all backgrounds have entered Lawrenceville filled with promise and have emerged transformed. They’ve overcome obstacles, fought self-doubt, lived up to their potential, and transformed their goals into reality.
Garry Howard

"Lawrenceville changed the arc of my life," says Garry D. Howard '77. The recipient of a full, four-year scholarship, he'd been accepted by every top high school in New York City, but a visit to campus convinced him of the possibilities in Lawrenceville’s multiple academic buildings, massive field house, and pastoral setting.

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Sabat Family

For the Sabat family, it all began in third grade – for John Sabat P'25. An advanced math student, his teacher responded by presenting him with challenges beyond the curriculum, sparking an interest and eventual career in statistics and data science.

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Stacey Patton '96

Today, Stacey Patton is an assistant professor of multimedia journalism at Howard University and a research associate at Morgan State University’s Institute for Urban Research, but she came to Lawrenceville as case KC114343 in New Jersey’s child welfare system.

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