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

FRESH START ORIENTATION REGISTRATION NOW OPEN

The Fresh Start orientation for students new to LHS next year will be held Aug. 17 & 18, 2016. The parent session is Wednesday Aug 17. Tours will be offered along with a meet & greet in the Ranger Cafe from 5:30-7:15 pm.  Parent information session in the Civic Auditorium will be from 7:30-8:30 pm. More tours will be offered from 8:30-9:30 pm. Students have two sessions to choose from on Thursday, Aug. 18: 9-11:30 am or 12:30-3 pm. Parents, click here to register your student. If you have questions, please email alison.breckel@lakewoodcityschools.org or kathy.gabriel@lakewoodcityschoools.org

Junior's design chosen as logo for Solstice celebration

Junior Nick Ferrone’s logo design was chosen in a contest as the winning selection for the Lakewood Summer Solstice Celebration.  The City of Lakewood is celebrating the Summer Solstice this year at Lakewood Park’s new Solstice Steps on June 21. Ferrone's logo will be incorporated into the marketing materials and social media used to promote the event. 

SUMMER READING ASSIGNMENTS NOW AVAILABLE

Lakewood High School’s 2016 schoolwide Summer Reading selection is a 2006 non-fiction book by Elizabeth Kolbert that attempts to bring attention to the causes and effects of global climate change.

JUNE 25 GOLF OUTING TO BENEFIT LHS GOLF TEAM

The Lakewood High golf team will be hosting a golf outing to raise money for the team on June 25 at Springvale Golf Course in North Olmsted. The $85 per player fee includes lunch, dinner and beverages. There will be a 50/50 raffle and silent auction. For more details and a registration form, click here.

HANKINS REPEATS AS A GRAMMY EDUCATOR QUARTERFINALIST

Lakewood High School Orchestra Director Elizabeth Hankins is two-for-two in landing a spot on the select list of music teachers from across the country that have been named as quarterfinalists for the 2016 Music Educator Award presented by The Recording Academy and the Grammy Foundation. The 290 quarterfinalists were chosen from more than 4,500 initial nominations submitted for the award.

PARENTS INVITED TO REVIEW ANATOMY TEXTBOOK

The Department of Teaching and Learning is asking parents for input on an anatomy and physiology textbook it is considering purchasing for use at Lakewood High. Board of Education policy and state law requires "each school district shall provide an opportunity for parents to review the selection of textbooks and reading lists, instructional materials, and the academic curriculum used by schools in the district" (ORC 3313.212). To review the textbook, go to the publisher's site, then sign in with username LakewoodCity and password Pearson1. You can access the text by clicking on the blue oval at the top that says eText 2.0. The link will be active until June 1.

LHS academic challenge team continues to roll; 5th in state

Over the past several weeks, the Lakewood High School Academic Challenge Team competed in the Regional and State Tournaments.  Finishing runner-up to Solon at the Regionals, LHS team members, Robby Fehrenbach, Jon Pizzo, Alex Grunder, Zeke Dalisky, Ian Bell and Evan Suttell advanced to the State finals in Columbus on May 7.  Lakewood placed fifth, behind Solon, Sidney (Lima), Northmont (Dayton), and Copley.  

SENIOR CABOT NAMED NATIONAL MERIT SCHOLARSHIP WINNER

Lakewood High senior Amanda Cabot has been named a National Merit $2500 Scholarship winner. Of the more than 15,000 students named National Merit Finalists this year (including LHS' Cabot and Jon Pizzo), Cabot is among 2,500 to receive one of these awards. 

JOIn H2O in Decorating Graves on May 28

H2O will once again be assisting veterans to place flags on graves of 2,000-plus veterans at Lakewood Park Cemetery on Saturday, May 28, beginning at 9 am. Students require a permission slip to attend. A lunch will be served after the flag planting is complete. Click here for more information and the required permission slip.

SUMMER SCHOOL APPLICATION NOW AVAILABLE

The application and course offerings for Lakewood City Schools' 2016 Summer School program is now available. Sessions begin June 6 and June 24, 2016.
Summer School info & application

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