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

Thanks to David Acton for this gallery of pics from Reunion 2013.  Click to view 

Reunion Photos 2016

Reunion Photos 2013

Reunion Photos 2011

Reunion 2008 Photos

Reunion 2006 Photos

1988 reunion & misc photos from 1965-66

1966 Graduation Photos

Lord of the Flies



For many years the LSAA desired to display and properly store their considerable Memorabilia Collection of over 350 items, but could never find a suitable location.  In 2009, Shakespeare & Company graciously allowed Displays in their Founders Theater (Gym, 30 items and Hall of Fame plaque) and the Bernstein Theatre (Sports Center, 10 items).  Each Display also has 16 storyboards of text and pictures that tell the Lenox School story.  The entire Collection is currently stored on campus as well.  Trinity Church retains the School's processional cross; the altar, cross and candles from the Thayer Hall Chapel; as well as plaques removed from School buildings and the rock and plaque from the Howland Memorial Playing Field. 

The documents in this Section describe how the effort evolved and provide a description of the desired Optimum Display once adequate space is obtained.  As always members are encouraged to donate their own Memorabilia items to the LSAA for inclusion in the Collection and possible display.

The LSAA Memorabilia Collection was completely reinventoried in April 2011, additional items were discovered, as well as obtained from other sources, and a more user-friendly Inventory produced.  Please take a look at the expanded Collection and see what the 695 items consist of.

 We also scanned some of the Collection’s most historic documents, which include documents from the School’s Founders and Headmasters, as well as a few other unique publications and documents for your enjoyment and as a back-up means of preservation.

 I realize that a few of the scanned historic documents need to be rotated, but they should be alright for now.

Optimum Display Design Layout (pdf file)

Optimum Memorabilia Display Layout Schematic

List of LSAA Memorabilia  (pdf doc)

Memorabilia Collection Inventory – Apr 2011

Historic Documents