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SquashBusters changes lives. I know, because it changed mine.
- José Victorino, SQB Lawrence '20
Brooks School '20

Lawrence

Our second program site opened in 2012 and operates on borrowed court and classroom space on the campuses of our partners, Brooks School and Phillips Academy. Students come to us from several partner middle and high schools in Lawrence.

Demographic Breakdown

Our Lawrence students reflect the demographics of the ‘city of immigrants-' more than 50% speak English as a second language
Latino/Hispanic
White
Multiracial/other

98

Students

in grades 6-12 build their skills on and off the court 3 days per week

97%

Of students

visited at least 2 college campuses over the course of the year

LAWRENCE OFFICE

60 Island Street
Lawrence, MA 01840

Practices take place at Brooks School in North Andover and Phillips Academy in Andover.
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    The programs at SquashBusters Lawrence wouldn't be possible without our most significant community and philanthropic partners.
  • partner logo
    The programs at SquashBusters Lawrence wouldn't be possible without our most significant community and philanthropic partners.
  • partner logo
    The programs at SquashBusters Lawrence wouldn't be possible without our most significant community and philanthropic partners.
  • partner logo
    The programs at SquashBusters Lawrence wouldn't be possible without our most significant community and philanthropic partners.
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    The programs at SquashBusters Boston wouldn't be possible without our most significant community and philanthropic partners.
  • partner logo
    The programs at SquashBusters Lawrence wouldn't be possible without our most significant community and philanthropic partners.
  • partner logo
    The programs at SquashBusters Lawrence wouldn't be possible without our most significant community and philanthropic partners.
  • partner logo
    The programs at SquashBusters Lawrence wouldn't be possible without our most significant community and philanthropic partners.
  • partner logo
    The programs at SquashBusters Lawrence wouldn't be possible without our most significant community and philanthropic partners.
  • partner logo
    The programs at SquashBusters Lawrence wouldn't be possible without our most significant community and philanthropic partners.
  • partner logo
    The programs at SquashBusters Lawrence wouldn't be possible without our most significant community and philanthropic partners.
  • partner logo
    The programs at SquashBusters Lawrence wouldn't be possible without our most significant community and philanthropic partners.
  • partner logo
    The programs at SquashBusters Lawrence wouldn't be possible without our most significant community and philanthropic partners.
  • partner logo
    The programs at SquashBusters Lawrence wouldn't be possible without our most significant community and philanthropic partners.
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October 29, 2018

Busy Start for SquashBusters Lawrence

The Lawrence program has hit the ground running this fall – recruiting our newest class of sixth graders, traveling to tournaments across New England, and preparing for two of the year’s most exciting events!
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December 9, 2018

2018 SquashBusters Lawrence MashUp presented by Anbaric

Brooks School and North Andover Country Club
Please Join us Saturday, December 9 at Brooks School and North Andover Country Club. The MashUp raises critical funds for SquashBusters Lawrence and increases awareness of our program.
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July 25, 2018

Discovering Herself in Washington D.C.

Each summer, SquashBusters connects our students to life-changing opportunities to travel, learn, and play - including the Urban Squash Citizenship Tour. Check out the blog post from Kiara, SQB Boston '18, about being a part of this year's Tour!
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June 28, 2018

SquashBusters Lawrence Reaches a Milestone

In its sixth year, SquashBusters Lawrence is fully grown with nearly 100 students in grades 6-12, and our very first graduates are college-bound - setting the stage for future success in classes to come.
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