W E L C O M E   B A C K    |    School begins Monday August 31

Greetings, Class of 2019!
FRESHMAN ORIENTATION is this Friday, August 28 from 9:30am to 12:45pm

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INFOSNAP Student Registration Now Open

Questions? Contact Peter Merritt at 603 790-8510 x113 

Important Information

Technology In the Classroom

In a 9th grade English class, students gave recitals of sonnets from memory - with the accompaniment of images that echoed the ideas in the sonnets. Read the summary and see more pictures HERE.

Art of the Week

Students in Drawing class used the picnic area outside to draw the landscape in pastels. This scene is by Olivia Smith, using oil pastels.

Formerly featured works from "Art of the Week" 
can be seen in our archives on the Art Club page.

Next Year's SAT

For the first time ever, Khan Academy has teamed up with the creators of the SAT to create personalized SAT practice for anyone, anywhere. In March 2016, the SAT is changing, and you can prepare for it on Khan Academy—for free. Obtain personalized practice recommendations and instant feedback on how you're doing. There's also a short video about the new SAT to help you get to know how the test is changing.

Lebanon Gym Floor

As our current LHS gym floor is renovated, 
you can secure your 
"Square Foot of History" 
by purchasing a piece of the old floor.

For more information, click here


SchoolReach SchoolMessenger Conversion System Admin Trainings
One of the many ways we will keep in touch with you is through SchoolMessenger. You may receive messages by phone, email, or phone/email. It is very important that we have current contact information for you! Please contact your school directly if it is necessary to update your contact info.


4th Quarter Honor Roll

Congratulations to LHS students who made the Honor Roll for the fourth quarter this past spring. Click on the links below to see our high achievers.

The LHS Student Events Council thanks everyone who participated and supported them in this year's Day of Work event. It was quite successful, raising a grand total of $3250 for the Natalie Perriello Scholarship Fund. Many community members provided opportunities for over 125 students to donate their labor at 29 locations (for neighbors, families, and businesses) around the Upper Valley and help this year's cause. Funds raised and the number of students involved were more than double the previous two years combined!

Day of Work before and after. Raising money for Perriello Scholarship


Student of the Month

Walker Tuttle, who just finished his junior year, is a fine example of Lebanon High School’s values. Walker is involved in activities; he’s a member of the football team as well as the cross country ski team. He maintains excellent grades in all of his courses. Most of all Walker is polite, respectful, concerned about other people. Walker’s friendly conduct extends to adults and adolescents. The world could use a few more Walkers in it. Congratulations, Walker!

Students are nominated for their genuine interest in learning, respect for fellow students and faculty, contributions to the school community, and/or overcoming adversity.  Students are first nominated and then voted on by faculty & staff.

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Anwen Morgan and Jacob Shaker 
placed in the 
top 20 teams as the Lebanon Area 
Destination Imagination (DI) team "Unprepared" 
at DI Global Finals in Knoxville, TN on Saturday, May 23.

Anwen and Jacob came in 16th out of 73 teams from across the United States. 1,450 teams representing 17 countries participated this year. 17,000 people attended the 
DI Global Finals Opening Ceremony. 
Anwen and Jacob
 gave an energetic improv performance and solved their Instant Challenge. They also participated in DI Skills Workshops and completed the "Journey to Mars Challenge" sponsored by NASA and they worked on the DI Permanent Work of Art with artist Kevin Reese. The mobile they created with other DI teams and Kevin Reese was suspended across the stage in the DI Global Finals Closing Ceremony. 
Anwen and Jacob
 met many teams from around the world and they became very close to DI teams in NHDI, too. This was a great experience for them and a wonderful way to end their five years together as a DI team. They appreciated having the opportunity to attend DI Global Finals. 
Congratulations, Anwen and Jacob!

LHS and District Events Calendar


Beginning Guitar Recital - June 12 2015

Above: Students from the Beginning Guitar class performed songs for an audience of parents, faculty, and peers. Last in the show was a humorous original called "Blue French Horn."

NEASC Report

The final report of the NEASC Accreditation Committee is now available: click here.

To see the press release regarding the LHS accreditationclick here.

Did You Know..?

Eight students took courses at Dartmouth last fall. These classes were:
    • Calculus (Several Variables)
    • Economics
    • Intro to Computer Science
    • Computer Science - Discrete Mathematics
    • Arabic
For more information on how LHS students are taking advantage of Extended Learning Opportunitiesclick here.