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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.

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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

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The Lenox School Story

The Lenox School Alumni Association is proud to present 'The Lenox Story', an overview of the Association's extensive memorabilia display and a tribute to our alma mater.

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Great video.. Glad to see it posted where we can see it !!

November 3, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterJohn SChneiter '68

A very fine job, Randy. You have demonstrated more love for the old school than I actually thought you had, pard.

I missed our 45th reunion this year because I was in Australia touring. Missed the year before because I was in Europe. I've got to stay in the country in October! I am hoping to put together an early-fall New England tour for this year, perhaps y'all would like to book an old classmate as the feature attraction (besides the golf game, I guess, which I will play, but I suck...). 405-227-4245, gimme a holler.

Mark Sinkinson can breathe easier now, because I have had to retire from bowling due to various injuries from work and athletics over the years. He talked some trash once upon a time at Gil Skidmore's house, lol, but he never could have beat me...

I still have dreams, once in a great while, of times at Lenox. In the last one I can remember, I was at Commencement, having returned for a second Lenox career, and I woke up weeping inconsolably that it was gone and past. Just as a child does with parents, years after leaving the nest (my own only child is beginning the process now), I came to understand just how much Lenox meant to me, and did for me.

After the "Bible Speaks" episode, and the aborted business with John Updike's nephew, I am very happy that Shakespeare and Co. have taken the campus! I am a huge Shakespeare buff-- I go to Stratford-on-Avon every time I go to England-- and I cannot imagine a better steward for the physical legacy of our old school.

"Hominy"

November 21, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterBill Homans

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