Wildcat Daily Announcements
Tuesday, November 23, 2021
Dressing, Stuffing - What do you call it?
Dressing is cooked outside of the bird; stuffing is cooked inside.
Congratulations - All-State Honors Chorus
Congratualtions to the following LHS students that have earned All-State Chorus honors. They will participate in the All-State Chorus Weekend at Winthrop University (March 3-5, 2022). They will learn a program of music under a nationally-renowned conductor and present a concert at the end. Way to go Wildcats!
Ally Avayou, Liberty Broussard, Sophie Curran, Ashley Mayer, Eliza Mills, Peter Nguyen, Hannah Painter, Jacob Schrodt, Anna Wehr, and Dani Wolan
Check out the newest issues of the digital magazines!
The November edition of "The Bridge" (click here to see the website) is now available! This month we focus on gratefulness and celebrate our gratitude for LHS and our community! We also showcase our unity posters and pandemic podcasts!
Also, "The Artitorium" (click here to see the website), our monthly creative arts magazine, is now available! Check out the amazing things our talented Wildcat students have created!
Driver's Permit Test - December 8
The next Driver's Permit test will be given after school on Wednesday, December 8. Sign up online and don't forget to download and print the permission form!! Here is a link to the Driver's Handbook. There are also many websites that offer free practice questions. Sign up here : Dec. 8 Permit Test
Calvin Coolidge Presidential Foundation
This scholarship is for 11th grade students
Any high school junior who plans to enroll in college in the fall of 2023 and is an American citizen or legal permanent resident is eligible to apply. Coolidge Scholars are selected primarily on academic excellence. They must also be interested in public policy. The winner of the Coolidge Scholarship will receive a full-ride scholarship to any accredited U.S. college or university. More information, including the application, is available here. The deadline for this scholarship is January 19, 2022.
Alert: the application requires that candidates read President Coolidge’s Autobiography and complete a few other reading assignments. Students are encouraged to start the application process early.
Governor's School for Science and Mathematics
● Are you a rising Sophomore?
● Are you interested in advanced STEM?
● Do you want to earn up to 49 college credits without leaving the district?
● Do you want to take SC Governor’s School classes at Lexington Technology Center?
FREE Peer Lead Math Tutoring
Archibald Rutledge Scholarship
Click here for the application. (scroll through the document to locate their arts area.)
Scholarships are awarded and applicants may participate in one of the following discipline areas: creative writing, dance, music, theatre, or visual arts. To compete, students should submit an original and two copies of the original composition and process folio for the creative writing, dance, music, or theatre categories. For the visual arts category, mail one original composition and a process folio.
Entries must be received by 5 p.m. or postmarked on or before Monday, February 21, 2022.
The College Funding Center
The College Funding Center helps families determine the best options for funding their upcoming college education expenses. We specialize in teaching our clients how to plan, prepare, and pay for college the smart way. The goal is to guide families in the right direction to prepare for and manage the stressful process of college admissions, financial aid, and paying the college bill, without affecting their retirement savings. Visit us at https://cfcsc.com/ for more details.
Tuesday, November 23 - Varsity Wrestling @ Gilbert (scrimmage), 4:30 p.m.
Tuesday, November 23 - Varsity Boys Bball hosts Lake Murray Tip-Off
Wednesday, November 24 - Varsity Boys Bball hosts Lake Murray Tip-Off
Friday, November 26 - Varsity Girls Bball @ B-C - She Got Next
Saturday, November 27 - Varsity Girls Bball @ B-C - She Got Next
Upcoming Important Dates
Wednesday - Friday, November 24 - 26 - Thanksgiving Break
Monday, December 20 - Friday, December 31 - Winter Break
Monday, January 3 - Students and Staff return to school
Tuesday - Thursday, January 11 - 13 - First Semester Exams
Thursday, January 13 - End of Second Quarter, End of First Semester, Half Day for Students
Friday, January 14 - No School for Students - Teacher Workday
Monday, January 17 - Holiday - No School for Students and Staff
Monday, January 24 - Report Cards Issued