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Quo Vadis

The Quo Vadis Project continues as the primary vehicle for shaping the future activities of the LSAA.  Key documents from the Project and its current status can be viewed at the link in the Member section above.  A summary of the Project is also available as a pdf file at the link below.
Quo Vadis 101

Thanks to Keith Simpson '70, for archiving the Lenox School yearbooks, 1965 - 1971 on his website www.yourarchivist.com
Check them out, and contact Keith directly if you have family photos you would like to preserve.

Use this link to Shop America where 2% of all purchases will be donated directly to the LSAA, but only if you shop through that link.

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Links to More Photos

If you have an album of Lenox photos posted online, let us know and we'll add the link here. You will need a google picassa account (available free when you click on link) to view

Reunion Photos 2011

Reunion 2008 Photos

Reunion 2006 Photos

1966 Graduation Photos


In the Housatonic River Valley of Western Massachusetts, there once was a small independent secondary school called Lenox School. Founded in 1926 by Episcopal churchmen, Lenox School educated young men for forty-five years under the motto, "Non ministrari, sed ministrare"---"Not to be served, but to serve."

The Lenox School Alumni Association (LSAA) is a non-profit organization dedicated to preserving the spirit and camaraderie of Lenox School. Members of the LSAA include former faculty, staff, students, trustees, and any who remember Lenox School.

This site is dedicated to facilitating communication between alumni and to keeping the spirit of Lenox School alive.

 

Lenox School Today
The majority of the campus, 63 of 86 acres, and its buildings are split between Shakespeare & Company’s 33 acres in the south stretching from the Hockey Pond to the Infirmary, with 9 buildings in use; and Dr. James C. Jurney Sr.’s planned 30-acre Springlawn Resort to the north ending at Schermerhorn Hall with one building in use.  Four other buildings purchased by separate owners are also in use, while private homes have been built on the athletic fields on either side of the Old Stockbridge Road.  St. Martins Hall above remains a candidate for renovation.

See the Lenox School Today page for further information on the campus and here is a link to an aerial photograph of the Lenox campus at its largest (circa 1970) with a detailed legend that provides information on each building. 

Join us!

If you are a member of the Lenox community---alumnus, former faculty or staff member, or connected to Lenox School in some manner---please join us by filling out the email form here on the website, or by sending a message to RJSENERGY@GMAIL.COM 

Help us find missing alumni

We've embarked on a major effort which continues in 2010 to find our missing alums. Our goal is to find 100 by our Reunion in October. With some help, we can do it!

If you have some time and computer skills, please contact Ed Miller '66 (edmiller@tds.net or 802-485-8397) for an assignment. You will likely be looking for classmates or alumni who graduated in "your" era. We would probably be assigning about 15 names at a time, so several hours of work would probably be necessary to complete an assignment. Thanks to anyone who could help on this job! Let's bring 'em back to Lenox next fall!