Welcome to Lancaster High School-Home of the Tigers!

Principal's Message

Principal Showell Welcome Tigers!

It is a privilege to welcome you to Lancaster High School.  We are proud to acknowledge the accomplishments of the graduates from Lancaster High School.   Our students have graduated and left prepared to face the opportunities that exist after high school. 

Our goal is to work with you to provide you a Safe, Rigorous, Character Filled learning opportunity and have you join the graduates from previous classes and become a part of the legacy and tradition of Lancaster High School.   We will do this by embracing the Tiger Way.   These character traits are what we stand on here at Lancaster High School.   They are the following:

Respect, Responsibility, Citizenship, Effort, Perseverance, Caring, Compassion, Honesty, Integrity, Trustworthiness.

I encourage you to become active in a club, sport, student government or other activity here at Lancaster High School.   This is your school, please get involved.

Have a great year.

Joseph Showell


News and Announcements

Lancaster High School Homecoming Parade - October 14

Lancaster High School Homecoming Parade - October 14

Make plans to be a part of the biggest and best parade ever in Lancaster. You may enter a car, float, horse or walk in the parade. The entry fee is $20 and due to the LHS Athletic Department by Tuesday, October 13. For more information, please 972-218-1837.

The Nomination Period for the Lancaster ISD Gifted and Talented Program is Now Open!

The Nomination Period for the Lancaster ISD Gifted and Talented Program is Now Open!

The Exploration Academy of Lancaster Independent School District will accept nominations for first through twelfth grade students from October 5, 2015 through October 30, 2015 for the gifted and talented program. A teacher, previous teacher, counselor, parent, administrator, or community person may nominate students. Students may also self-nominate. If a student has been previously identified as gifted, the child does not need to be re-assessed.

Lancaster ISD Hosts Second Annual Hispanic Heritage Bowl

Lancaster ISD Hosts Second Annual Hispanic Heritage Bowl

On Wednesday, October 7, 2015 at 6 PM the Lancaster High School Auditorium this annual academic competition will feature teams from the district’s elementary and secondary campuses competing for three winning spots along with live performances by Lancaster ISD students and other invited guests.

Lancaster ISD Announces its 6th Annual College GO Get It Week

Lancaster ISD Announces its 6th Annual College GO Get It Week

Starting September 21 through September 25, the Lancaster Independent School District will celebrate its college-going culture as it increases the student's awareness and preparedness for higher education. Teachers, district support staff and leaders along with invited guests will help our students chart their way to future success.

Child Nutrition Information for Students & Families

Lancaster ISD announced its policy today for providing free and reduced-price meals for children served under the current income eligibility guidelines. Each school/site or the central office has a copy of the policy, which may be reviewed by anyone on request.

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Upcoming Events

Staff Development - Student Holiday
Date: 10/9/2015
L.H.S. Homecoming Dance
Date: 10/10/2015, 7:30 PM 10:30 PM
Location: L.H.S.Cafetria
Fair Day - Staff & Student Holiday
Date: 10/12/2015
L.H.S.~ Homecoming Week Special Days & Events
Date: 10/13/2015
Location: L.H.S.
Parent Connect Meeting
Date: 10/13/2015, 8:30 AM 9:30 AM
Location: SEEC Builidng - 1201 N. Dallas Avenue


Counselor's Corner

The Counseling Center is dedicated toward providing services that will help students meet the goals set forth in our vision statement. Services provided by the Counseling Center include: Helping students to achieve increased self-awareness and feeling of self-worth, provide opportunities for students to discuss personal and/or social problems that may affect learning, motivation, and personal development, assist students in acquiring decision-making skills to make appropriate educational, career, and personal decisions,provide testing and test interpretation to help students analyze their interests, abilities and values with respect to career awareness, meet annually with each student to plan an educational program consistent with his/her needs (Four-Year Plan). Provide an extensive college catalog and college publications library, information about College Fairs and on-campus visits. Field trips to local colleges, access to college representatives. Financial aid application advisement, scholarship information and applications, college applications for PSAT, SATI/II and ACT, information regarding college placement exams, forms for transcripts to colleges, scholarships and EOP program, information regarding Advanced Placement Program, and counseling assistance for individual concerns.

Counseling Center Services:

    • An extensive college catalog and college publications library
    • Information about College Fairs and on-campus visits
    • Field trips to local colleges
    • Access to college representatives
    • Financial Aid application advisement
    • Scholarship information and applications
    • College application advisement
    • Applications for PSAT, SAT I/II, and ACT
    • Information regarding college placement examinations
    • Internet access for College Search and word processing
    • Forms for transcripts to colleges, scholarships, and EOP program
    • Information regarding Advanced Placement program
    • College counseling assistants for individual concerns
    • Information regarding SAT preparation class

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