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
Principal
josephshowell@lancasterisd.org


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News and Announcements

Lancaster ISD is seeking your input in the development of the 2016-17 District Budget

Lancaster ISD is seeking your input in the development of the 2016-17 District Budget

Lancaster ISD operates within the constraints of a finite amount of resources on an annual basis. As such, we must prioritize the funding of our programs and initiatives based upon their impact on student outcomes and financial sustainability.

Our intent is to obtain input from our stakeholders to gain sufficient insight into our community’s perspectives around these key resource allocation decisions.

The survey is open from now until February 5, 2016. Please click the link at the top of the homepage to share your perspective.

Lancaster Presents ENGAGE: A Mentoring Youth Conference

Lancaster Presents ENGAGE: A Mentoring Youth Conference

Lancaster, TX/Lancaster ISD – On January 28 at 6:30pm, in recognition of National Mentoring Month, the Lancaster Independent School District and Lancaster ISD Police Department will partner with the City of Lancaster to host ENGAGE: A Mentoring Youth Conference. The single-evening event will be held at the Lancaster Recreation Center located at 1700 Veterans Memorial Parkway in Lancaster, Texas and is a part of the District’s Student Leadership Development Series launched in 2015.

Lancaster ISD Highlights School Board Members During Recognition Month

Lancaster ISD Highlights School Board Members During Recognition Month

Each year, during the month of January, the Texas Association of School Boards (TASB) encourages communities to show appreciation to these individuals for their unfailing commitment to the success of all students. On Wednesday, January 27, each Lancaster ISD campus is celebrating the district’s trustees at the monthly board meeting.

Lancaster ISD joins the Global Circuit with the Hour of Code

Lancaster ISD joins the Global Circuit with the Hour of Code

As a district, Lancaster ISD recently participated in the global initiative, The Hour of Code, which coincided with the observation of Computer Science Education week (December 7-13). Students actually wrote codes and were introduced to activities that provided them a clearer understanding of how coding is connected their daily activities, such as social media, video gaming along with other technology.

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Upcoming Events

Athletics-LHS Boys Basketball Practice
Date: 2/10/2016, 3 PM 5:30 PM
L.H.S. ~ Karate Club
Date: 2/10/2016, 3 PM 4 PM
Location: L.H.S. gym hallway
Athletics-LHS Girls Basketball Practice
Date: 2/10/2016, 3:30 PM 6 PM
Location: Competition or Practice Gym
L.H.S. ~ S.O.G. (Society of Gentlemen) Meeting
Date: 2/10/2016, 3:30 PM 4 PM
Location: L.H.S.
L.H.S. ~Girl's Basketball Practice
Date: 2/10/2016, 3:30 PM 6 PM
Location: L.H.S. Practice gym

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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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