Seniors Kat Chambers and Madison Cordell and Junior Will Routhier pose with books as they enjoy their new roles as Building Bridges Writing Center Tutors!
Class of 2024 Upcoming Events!
Thank you to our partners for a successful ribbon cutting for the new and the renovated LC College & Career Academy! The new programs as well as the existing programs will benefit for years to come, and many new opportunities are now available to our students!
Congratulations to LCHS Band of Gold members Owen Woody, Joseph Fuller, Kallie Jankowski, Evan Good, and Ezra Wellborn for being chosen through audition to participate in the District 9 Honor Band at Fannin County High School this past weekend!
Junior Nicole Sandberg helps find cuttings to root new plants in the LCHS MC!
Congratulations to the LCHS Mock Trial Team for becoming the 2024 Region Champions. LCHS won ALL 3 rounds by unanimous consent of the evaluation judges. Additionally, the following students won Outstanding Attorney Awards: Zoha Munshi, Destiny Nichols, and Sadie Peterson. And, Outstanding Witness awards went to Rochelle Rodriguez (2xs) and Layla Rose Mellius-Paddick. Lumpkin County is #1 in a region that includes 5 other schools from Forsyth, Fulton, and Hall Counties. Way to go Tribe!
Ms. Mullins’s AP Class enjoys their final discussion of "Frankenstein" in the LCHS MC!
Senior Isaac Parker receives his award as Overall January Tribe Topic Winner! Congratulations, Isaac.
On February 9th & 10th, the LCHS Mock Trial Team will be competing in 3 rounds of Regionals at the Lumpkin County Courthouse. Our students will be interacting with and arguing their case in front of area attorneys and leaders in our community. If you are able and interested in joining us to support our students, please see the information below.
MOCK TRIAL REGION COMPETITION LOCATION & SCHEDULE INFORMATION
LUMPKIN COUNTY JUSTICE CENTER (COURTHOUSE)
325 RILEY ROAD
DAHLONEGA, GA 30533
Friday, February 9th:
Round 1 ................................. 6:30 p.m.
Saturday, February 10th:
Round 2 ........................................ 9:00 a.m.
Round 3 ........................................ 12:30 p.m. (approx.) Start time for the 3rd round depends on the completion of scoring from the prior round. Please be patient with the coordinating teams and any schedule delays.
WHAT NOT TO WEAR: Remember, Lady Justice is blind. Please DO NOT wear anything displaying Lumpkin County or Lumpkin County School logos. Anyone displaying team logos will not be permitted to enter the courtrooms.
Little Indians Bus- The Little Indians bus allows Teaching As a Profession students the opportunity to work with children throughout the semester. These future teachers are working to build literacy skills for our littlest Indians. Once the TAP students complete the pathway, they will have 90+ hours of time working with children.
Haley Hayes represented our high school today at the state championship hosted by Georgia Tech. She competed in the 1A -3A classification and finished 7th in the 100 yard freestyle. She finished in 16th in the 100 yard backstroke. A phenomenal job by our star sophomore swimmer!
Senior Katherine Chambers celebrates with Tribe Topic winners Dr. Catherine Gibbs and Senior Madison Cordell
Attention Students who registered to take the ACT at LCHS on February 10th:
LCHS will NOT be hosting the ACT on February 10th. PLEASE CHECK YOUR UPDATED TESTING TICKET on www.ACT.org
to see where you have been re-routed to. You are still signed up to take it, but not at LCHS.
There were not enough students signed up to take it here, so ACT re-routed to a different testing center.
Thank you for your flexibility.
Congratulations to these outstanding students for being selected to move forward as state semifinalists for the Governor's Honors Program (GHP)!
Breana Donahue - Communicative Arts
Dillan Endicott- Communicative Arts
Jack Fox- Engineering, Design
Jonathan Wright- Music, Jazz:Electric/Acoustic Bass
These students will interview for the GHP summer residential program that brings together sophomores and juniors from across the state in various academic and artistic fields. Good luck on your upcoming interviews!
LCHS is grateful to have the BEST School Counselors in the nation! On a daily basis we see how you help our students achieve their dreams. Students take time to highlight the tremendous impact that your school counselor has had in helping you attain school success & plan for a bright future. #NationalSchoolCounselingWeek
LC Girls Wrestling takes 1st in the Area 7 Traditional Tournament! 12 of 13 advance to Sectionals! Let's go LC!
Mrs. Swift and Coach Estenson’s biology classes tested the effects of pectinase on apple juice production. Each group measure specific amounts of apple sauces and recorded the amount of juice produced when the enzyme was added. The environmental science class modeled how the greenhouse effect works outside by measuring the temperature inside and outside of a covered beaker containing carbon dioxide over a period of 20 minutes.
Ms. Westafer’s AP bio class discovering why cell size is important and how solute concentration affects osmosis. We put beets in bleach and calculated to rate of diffusion. We potato cores in different solutions of sugar water and calculated the % change in mass.
FCCLA attended the Star Leadership Event in Buford, Georgia on Tuesday, Jan 30th. Next stop is the FCCLA state conference.