Lodge House is one of two senior boys' boarding houses at St Lawrence College. It is situated at the top of the main school building on the third and fourth floors with some great views over the school grounds and the Channel to France.
The House accommodates a maximum of 61 boys. The largest rooms have five beds, which are occupied by 3rd and 4th Formers; most pupils have twin rooms, whilst the Upper Sixth get a single room.Life in Lodge is friendly and relaxed, and is underpinned by a strong sense of team spirit and pride. The boys are able to enjoy life to the full while still devoting the necessary time and effort to their studies. The numerous Inter-House Competitions help to keep the boys on their toes. Whether they win or lose it is the greater sense of taking part and representing their House which is important. Facilities in the House are good and include a pool table, table tennis and table football.
Much of the day-to-day running of the House is undertaken by the boys themselves and is overseen by the prefect team who are a solid group of young men, both individually and collectively. Their efforts are guided by Housemaster Mr Sam Palacios and his wife Tessa, the Assistant Housemaster (Mr Moulton), the Resident Tutor (Mr Franklin) and the Non-Resident Tutors (Mr Bendall, Mr Brooks, Mr Brown and Mr Jameson). The Matron, Sharon, and the team of cleaners also play an important role for the boys.