Our Mission

  In partnership with our families and
  community, Lakewood City Schools
  will develop responsible citizens,
  who are critical and creative thinkers,
  committed to lifelong learning,
  invested in a diverse society, and prepared
  for technological and global opportunities.

News & Announcements

LHS TALENT SHOW SET FOR MARCH 31 & APRIL 1

From music to theater to dance, the artistic talent of our high school students is amazing! Come see this talent on display in its many forms at Lakewood High’s annual Talent Show, sponsored by the Class of 2015. There are two performances: Tuesday, March 31 and Wednesday, April 1 from 7-9 pm in the Civic. Tickets are $5 at the door and proceeds go toward the Class of 2015 Prom. 

SPECIAL SYMPHONY CONCERT TO FEATURE GRAMMY ARTIST

The LHS Chamber and Symphony Orchestras will play a special concert with guest Dr. Angelin Chang, a Grammy-winning pianist, on Thurdsday, April 2 at 7 pm in the Civic Auditorium. The students will be playing an entire Mendelssohn Symphony, which is rare for a high school orchestra.

YALE, BW HONOR LHS ORCHESTRA DIRECTOR HANKINS

Lakewood High School Orchestra Director Elizabeth Hankins has been honored as an outstanding music educator from two prestigious university music schools, Yale University and Baldwin Wallace University.

BUSINESSES NEEDED FOR LHS/WEST SHORE SUMMER JOB FAIR

Lakewood High and the West Shore Career-Technical District will be hosting a summer job fair for students on April 23 from 10:30am -1:30 pm and is seeking business to participate. Interested businesses can reserve their spot by contacting Lynn Foran at lynn.foran@lakewoodcityschools.org or 216-227-5962. Space is limited.

LHS/WEST SHORE ARTISTS WIN NATIONAL HONORS

Two Lakewood High and West Shore students have won national recognition for their artistic talent in the prestigious Schlolastic Art & Writing competition. Alex Marek (far left), a senior in West Shore’s Interactive Media program, won the National American Visions Award and a Silver Key Award for his animation "Catstronaut." Senior Jacob Corder won a Silver Key for his painting, "Contorsion."

SLEW OF SCIENCE FAIR AWARDS INCLUDE TWO 1st PLACES

Lakewood City Schools excelled at the annual Northeast Ohio Science and Engineering Fair held the week of March 9 at Cleveland State, led by Garfield Middle School students Evan Bell and Christine Larson, who won first-place awards in their category.

H20 LOOKING FOR VOLUNTEERS FOR MARCH EVENTS

The calendar for H2O's volunteer opportunities in March is now available. Click here to see where you can help out! Highlights include Breakfast with the Bunny and Because I Said I Would.

FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATION NOW AVAILABLE

The application for the Rangers Education Foundation 2015 scholarships is now available for seniors. Click here to access the application. Deadline to apply is April 15, 2015.

SENIOR CALENDAR GIVES ALL KEY DATES, DEADLINES

Don't miss out on any of the fun and excitement of senior year activities. Click here for the Class of 2015 senior calendar. Print it out and put it on your fridge!

FAQs FOR SENIORS AND THEIR PARENTS

How do I get graduation tickets? How many can I get? How much will Prom cost? Who are the Senior Class advisers? Get these and many more answers to your senior year questions in this FAQ document. Download it and hang it on your fridge!

LOW-COST ACT/SAT PREP AVAILABLE THROUGH OSHAA

A new OSHAA program is bringing a special offer for students to receive discounted access to an online (or DVD) ACT and/or SAT study guide to help students prepare for the ACT and/or SAT test. This program is offered through the Ohio High School Athletic Association (OHSAA), professional athletes from the NFL, MLB and 150 other organizations that support the donation project. The cost of a standard ACT or SAT study program is usually $250, but through this program, each is available for $19.99.

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