There is one major college fair that comes through the area each spring- sponsored the National Association of College Admission Counselors (NACAC). It is a great opportunity to connect with colleges you may want to pursue, let them know you’re interested, and investigate colleges you haven’t heard of before.
Admission is free but you do have to save your spot.
Make sure to print out the id page and bar code once you register and take it with you to the fair. If you want to get on a college’s radar, make sure they scan your bar code.
Click below on the location you want to attend and save your spot:
Please try to attend one – great opportunity!
Friday, February 17 is a Teacher Workday/Professional Development Day and students will NOT be attending school. However, Monday, February 20 is a Severe Weather Make-up Day from Hurricane Matthew in October, which means all students WILL have school.
VOTE HERE for the talented Wildcat FINALISTS in the SC Future Minds “This School’s Got Talent” contest! Congratulations to Bella Bible. The Logarhythms (featuring Emily Hernandez, Zenas Gawai, Andrew Smith, Sam Bryant, and Josh Rives), and Luke Hendley! You may vote once every 24 hours. Voting ends at midnight on Wednesday February 22nd.
Click flyer image for event details and registration:
Order your 2017 yearbooks before time runs out! In order to GUARANTEE a book you must have bought one online at jostens.com by February 10. This is when the yearbook staff will be finalizing the number of books ordered. Last year books sold out, so make sure to order now! If you are curious as to whether or not you have purchased a book email email@example.com.
You are invited to Open House on Monday, January 23 from 6 – 7:30 p.m. Come meet the educators that are teaching your student.
It’s time for your Individual Graduation Plan (IGP) meeting! This is the time of year when you sit down with your school counselor to review your high school progress, discuss post-secondary options, and plan your courses for the next school year. Our conferences will be conducted from Monday, January 23 – Thursday, February 16. We ask that you have your appointment scheduled by Friday, January 27. Click HERE to schedule your conference or call our office at 821-3420.
In an effort to prepare for your meeting we are asking that you click on the link below to our District Course Catalog. The format is a little different this year for the catalog but if you scroll to the bottom of the page you will see links for all of the course offerings. We will ask you to select 8 classes and 2 alternates in your meeting. http://www.lexington1.net/course-catalog.
Thank you and we look forward to seeing you!
Join Lexington County School District One Office of Food Service and Nutrition for an informational seminar on January 26th to learn more about the Summer Food Service Program and how you can help or participate by hosting a feeding site.
Please see the document below regarding student parking on the LHS campus:
Student Drivers and Parking
It’s that time again – The lost and found located in the main office is overflowing with unclaimed items such as lunch bags, water bottles, jackets, clothing, etc. and it is time for it to go. If you have misplaced something that may be in the lost and found, you have until Friday, January 13 to claim it. After Friday, all unclaimed items will be donated.