High schools -- Curricula -- United States
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 12 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Contents The Catherine Boczkowski Papers consist of documents created and used by her in while teaching advanced placement and honors chemistry. Included are AP Chemistry exam review material, syllabi, lecture notes, work and review sheets, lab manuals, quizzes, tests, and student work.
Scope and Contents The Josiah Bunting Papers consist of correspondence, reports, speeches, published writings, newspaper clippings, memoranda, and notes collected primarily during his tenure as Head Master of The Lawrenceville School. The bulk of the documents pertain to The Lawrenceville School business. Topics of note include academics among secondary schools, drug and alcohol use among students, school sports, the transfer to coeducation, long range planning, campus construction projects, and fund raising....
Scope and Contents The Communications Department records consist of the public relations files of communications directors, school press releases, clippings off-campus newspapers, and other documents pertaining to the Communications Department collected by the Archives.
Scope and Contents The bulk of the Stuart Fleming Hayes Papers consists of documents created prior to Dr. Hayes' arrival at The Lawrenceville School. Included here are documents pertaining to Dr. Hayes' work towards completion of his doctorate including numerous drafts of his thesis, course work, and teaching materials. Also included are numerous drafts, notes, and printed versions of "Effects of Screening and Polarization on Vibration-Rotation Properties of H2," a journal article Dr. Hayes co-wrote with Charles...
Scope and Contents The James C. Mackenzie Papers consist of documents pertaining to Mackenzie's student and occupational career prior to his arrival at Lawrenceville; his correspondence, reports, writings, sermons, addresses, and activities at The Lawrenceville School, Jacob Tome Institute, and Mackenzie School, as well as with the Headmasters' Association and the Committee of Ten; the correspondence of his family, including reminiscences of Lawrenceville by his wife and daughter; and biographical accounts of...
Scope and Contents The bulk of the New Jersey Scholars Program records consist of files on scholars within the program and documents used in preparation for the program by faculty and advisors. Also included are annual reports. Collection also includes photos which can be found in a box located at the end of the historic photo collection (2nd row in compact). Inventory of the photos can be found on the J Drive>Archives>Photos>New Jersey Scholars Program Records Photo Inventory.
Scope and Contents This collection consists of materials created by the Office of the Academic Dean. It includes curriculum books; general information on such topics as department chairs and international programs; and summer session materials. The collection ranges in date from 1880 to 2017.
Scope and Contents The bulk of the Charles Henry Raymond Papers consist of correspondence documenting Raymond's activities as assistant head master and head of the elocution department. Correspondents include Simon J. McPherson, Mather Abbott, members of the Green family, and numerous prominent alumni and people of the time. Also included here are numerous programs and printed ephemera for campus events.
Scope and Contents The Samuel R. Slaymaker II Papers document the history of the creation of his book Five Miles Away: The Story of The Lawrenceville School. Documents cover both the research and writing process. Of particular interest is correspondence detailing the origins of the project and feedback from school administration and alumni that Slaymaker received prior to publication.
Scope and Contents The T. Dean Swift Papers consists of drafts for a James C. Mackenzie biography and research materials used during the writing process. The research materials consist of Mackenzie correspondence and writings.
Scope and Contents The Gerrish Thurber Papers consist largely of correspondence created during Thurber's tenure as librarian and reflect the day-to-day activities conducted during the course of library business. Items of note include correspondence between Thurber and librarians from other secondary schools and colleges and universities. Also included are materials documenting the history of major gifts to library and the John Dixon Library building.