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Principal's Message

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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.

Eleanor Webb
Principal
 
Contact me;
 
eleanorwebb@lancasterisd.org
 
 
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Lancaster ISD offers meals to students during summer months Thumbnail Image

Lancaster ISD offers meals to students during summer months

Lancaster ISD will be providing free breakfast and lunch to students in all grade levels during the summer months from June through August. Breakfast and lunch will be served at Houston Elementary, George Washington Carver 6th Grade Center and Lancaster High School. Your child can eat breakfast from 7:30-8:30 and Lunch from 10:30 am to 1pm, Monday through Friday.
WestPoint graduate Jabreal Arrington credits Lancaster ISD JROTC program for her success Thumbnail Image

WestPoint graduate Jabreal Arrington credits Lancaster ISD JROTC program for her success

Lancaster High School Alum Army Second Lieutenant Jabreal Arrington was part of a photo that went viral recently showcasing the largest class of African American women to ever graduate from WestPoint Military Academy. While she says her journey to success is just beginning, she credits her humble beginnings in the Lancaster ISD JROTC program for bringing her this far.
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