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News & Announcements

18 from LHS Perform in GLC Honors Concert

Congratulations to the 18 Lakewood High choir and band students who were selected to participate in yesterday's Great Lake Conference Honors Band and Choir Concert! The students (7 choir, 11 band) joined the 11 other GLC schools at Rocky River High School for the evening concert after having rehearsed all day together. Kudos to the LHS students and their directors, Rayna Brooks and Clinton Steinbrunner!

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NHS 2023

The Lakewood High National Honor Society welcomed 48 new members to its chapter in an induction ceremony at the Civic Auditorium on Feb. 2. To be inducted into the National Honor Society, students must possess a GPA of at least 3.5. Students are also evaluated based on their character, which means the nominating committee looks at community involvement, extracurriculars, leadership skills, and other intangibles. 

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Library Board of Trustees Applicants Sought

The Lakewood Board of Education is accepting applications for appointment to the Lakewood Public Library Board of Trustees for an unexpired seven-year term ending Sept. 12, 2023. Interested candidates should submit a letter of interest, together with a curriculum vitae or resume detailing experience and qualifications, to the Superintendent of Lakewood City Schools, 13701 Lake Ave., Lakewood, OH  44107.  All letters of interest must be received by the Superintendent on or before Feb. 17, 2023.

Click here for information on Board of Trustees duties and responsibilities

 

Senior's Photo Chosen for Drexel Exhibit

Congratulations to senior Sophia Boyer, whose photograph of Tyler Barn in the Metroparks was selected for the Drexel University High School Photography Contest Exhibition!  Sophia's work is now in the running to be one of six pieces selected as the exhibition winners. Winners will be announced Jan. 23. The exhibit will be on display on the Drexel campus in Philadelphia from Feb. 4 through March 5.

Students Reap 47 Scholastic Art Awards

Congratulations to the 30 Lakewood High School and the West Shore Career-Tech Media Art & Design students whose artwork has been honored in the Regional Scholastic Art Exhibition competition. The artists earned 47 awards collectively, including six Gold Keys, the highest honor given.  Gold Key winners move on to be judged at the national level of the 98-year-old competition. 

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LHS Pair Runners Up in NYT Writing Contest

Congratulations to senior Helinor Clark and junior Grace Bratko on being selected as a runner up in The New York Times Tiny Memoir Contest in which students were asked to write about a meaningful life moment in 100 words or less. Thirteen winners were chosen and 23 runners up out of 12,448 entries. Quite an accomplishment, Grace and Helinor! Click on Read More to read their essays.

 
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Upcoming Events

Civic Auditorium, 14100 Franklin Blvd.

Our Mission

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

Vision of a Lakewood Graduate

In this space we will highlight periodically the ways our Vision of a Lakewood Graduate comes alive in our classrooms and in the many enrichment activities our students enjoy. 

Growth Mindset

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The new AP African American Studies course at Lakewood High School is part of a pilot program in which LHS is one of only 60 schools across the nation participating. Teacher Austin Sparks and his students are stretching their minds and diving deep into a historical perspective that most students have not before learned at such a comprehensive level. The interest in this new course has been high from our students and the local and national media. Click on Learn More below to watch a recent local news story on Austin Sparks, the class and his students.

Collaboration

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A partnership with First Ring First Fellowship (FRFF) program and the Cuyahoga Soil & Water Conservation District led Lakewood High science teachers Rita Chahda and Ann Pesta and their AP Environmental Science and biology students to remove a large amount of the invasive vegetation recently from a storm basin on the high school grounds. Working together with the county, the students learned about the Great Lakes watershed and how to protect it. Click on Learn More below to read about this project that also included Vision competencies of communication and global citizenship. 

By the Numbers

4,200

Students grades PreK-12

12

School buildings

29

Languages spoken by our students

20

High school AP courses

13

1:1

Devices to students ratio

99%

Teachers designated as "highly qualified"

6

Best Communities for Music Ed awards