Attention Class of 2023! Are you ready to start applying for scholarships? Check out the websites below to help you find scholarships that you may be eligible for! Fastweb.com GAFutures.org GoingMerry.com
about 9 hours ago, LCHS
Academic Team had a SIBLING RIVALRY practice session yesterday! Varsity students against their Junior Varsity siblings! Alana vs. Collin Schroeder, Cole vs. Jack Fox, and Riley vs. Reagan Osborne. Go Indians!
1 day ago, LCHS
Academic Team
Reserve your smoked Boston Butt today! Pickup is next Friday, December 9 at LCHS between 1:00 and 3:30 PM. This fundraiser supports the travel costs associated with high school students attending SkillsUSA career and technical education competitions (regional, state, and national). The price for the cooked butt is $35. To reserve a Boston butt or two, please email Jeff Bearinger at jeff.bearinger@lumpkinschools.com and include your name, telephone number and email. #TR1BE
1 day ago, Lumpkin County Schools
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Boston butts
Key Club is back at it raising money to do good in our community. Take your chance at the next home basketball game, on December 9th, against West Hall in the half time shoot around at our varsity girls and boys basketball games.
2 days ago, Paula Cooper
key club
Make plans to support your Indians TONIGHT!
3 days ago, LCHS
Basketball
Need a Senior Ad? Contact Lisa.Lopresti@LumpkinSchools.com
4 days ago, LCHS
Seniors
AP Environmental Science students showcasing their recycle projects. Students have been learning the importance of recycling and upscaling.
4 days ago, Paula Cooper
APES
APES
Congratulations to Harper Davenport for being named the Player of the Week! Harper had 7 tackles and an interception for 23 yards! CONGRATULATIONS HARPER!
14 days ago, LCHS
POW
Last week, APES enjoyed seeing in action how sewage water is treated at both the Ranger Camp and our local sewage treatment facility here in town. Water treatment and water conservation careers are on the rise in every local community. Talk to Dr. Alldred today if you are interested in exploring one of these high demand careers!
15 days ago, Paula Cooper
water
water
Attention Senior Parents and Seniors! It is time to order your Senior Sign/Banner! Contact Amy.Lincoln@LumpkinSchools.com for more information!
16 days ago, LCHS
Senior Signs
Teaching as a Profession students receive close to 90 hours of in class observation and internship hours once they complete the TAP pathway. This program is tailored to students interested in all facets of education: teaching, administration, coaching and counseling. If you are interested in exploring a career in education, contact Erin.Endicott@LumpkinSchools.com
17 days ago, Paula Cooper
TAP
Last week Dr. Alhadeff took his HOSA students to Athens for the annual Fall Leadership Conference. Students were able to collaborate with other HOSA students from across the state, network with healthcare professionals, and build upon their leadership skills by competing in events and attending workshops. If you are interested in exploring a career in healthcare, contact Seth.Alhadeff@LumpkinSchools.com
18 days ago, Paula Cooper
HOSA
HOSA
Last week DJ Edelberg and Tristan Jones constructed a wheel chair ramp for an elderly couple in our community. Mr. B's construction classes volunteered to install it! Thank you Mr. B for making a difference in our community and teaching your students about the importance of giving back!
20 days ago, LCHS
Construction Class
Construction Class
Construction Class
Construction Class
In this episode of the Principal's Podcast, LCHS sophomore Colton Gilreath interviews his grandfather (Vietnam War) and his uncle (Desert Storm), discussing their service as veterans and the importance of honoring the service of our nation's heroes. Download: https://mcdn.podbean.com/mf/web/sjpdfi/VeteransDayAudio2.mp3 Episode: https://LCHSPrincipalsPodcast.podbean.com/e/the-principal-s-podcast-episode-8-honoring-our-nation-s-veterans/ Download: https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-a2kmm-130b065
21 days ago, LCHS
Veterans Day
LCHS was honored to have former state senator, CEO, and author, Bud Stumbaugh, speak to the LCHS Business, Marketing, Healthcare, and Teaching as Profession students. Mr. Stumbaughh shared his personal struggles and journey to overcome them. He encouraged students to think big and conquer the things they think they can't accomplish. He motivated students to not set limits for themselves but rather create a plan and celebrate their success along the way. The LCHS students in attendance all received a free copy of Mr. Stumbaugh's book, "Do The Best You Can't", which provides students with the tools and resources necessary for their own personal successes. Thank you Mrs. Amy Lincoln for arranging an incredible opportunity for our students. And, thank you to Bud Stumbaugh for sharing his life story with our LCHS students! To find out more about Bud Stumbaugh, check out his website: https://www.budstumbaugh.com/
21 days ago, LCHS
Go Indians
Go Indians
Go Indians
Go Indians
Basketball Season is HERE! Mark your calendar for GAME DAYS!
22 days ago, LCHS
Basketball
Basketball
Hats off to Dr. Gibbs and her Multicultural Literature students for digging deep in class last week! Hexagonal Thinking - putting together themes and traits of chivalry from two modern day memoirs and two of Chaucer’s Canterbury Tales to see that cultural ideals endure through time.
22 days ago, Paula Cooper
ELA
ELA
ELA
ELA
UNG College Signing at LCHS was a HUGE hit today! Congrats to all the students who chose UNG as their next step in education!
23 days ago, LCHS
UNG
UNG
UNG
UNG
Join us at Cottrell Field this SATURDAY at 1:00 PM. #GoIndians
23 days ago, LCHS
Football
Attention SENIORS! If you are interested in attending UNG after graduation, then APPLY TODAY! TODAY is the FREE APPLICATION DAY for UNG @ LCHS.
23 days ago, LCHS
UNG