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Building Global Bonds: LCS Head of School and Admissions Team Reach Out to Families Worldwide

Head of School and Foundation, Anne-Marie Kee and our Admissions Team are embarking on a world tour. Their mission? To bridge distances and reach out to LCS families and friends across the globe.

This month, this global journey took them to Vancouver, British Columbia, where they organized a vibrant community social. Alumni and parents, now spread across different continents, found a piece of their Lakefield home right there in Vancouver. 

From Vancouver, the team crossed the border to San Francisco, California, another pivotal stop on their journey. Here, LCS alumni and their families reunited, reminisced about their Lakefield days, and celebrated the enduring bonds that tie them to our beloved school.

Continuing their travels, the team then jetted off to Seoul, Korea and Tokyo, Japan. The event was not just a testament to the school's global reach but also a reminder of the enduring connections forged within the Lakefield community.

These community socials were more than just gatherings; they were moments of shared laughter, stories, and a celebration of the diverse yet unified LCS family. Here's to more global connections!

See where our team is headed next: community socials and admissions events.
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