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Important Dates for Seniors

This document lists several important dates for students in their senior year. It also includes GradBash 2018 information, the dress code and other details about graduation.

Senior Cap and Gown Pictures on April 13th

Photography by Design will be here Friday, April 13th to take individual and class pictures of seniors in their cap and gowns. Students wishing to have individual pictures made should come to the front lobby between 7 and 7:45 am, dressed in your cap and gown. Although you do not have to follow a dress code for the picture, you will like your photo much more if you wear a collared shirt and tie or a non-tshirt collar underneath. The class picture and honor grads will be made in the stadium bleachers during first period. Following the pictures, seniors going to Grad Bash will load the buses for the trip. To order pictures, please fill out this form and bring it and your payment with you on April 13th.

LCHS Daily Announcements

Go here for today's announcements.

Nominations Open for Distinguished Alumni
The inaugural LCHS Distinguished Alumni nominations and awards took place last year, and seven very deserving ladies and gentlemen were named to the first group.  They are listed below, along with the year of their graduation: 
Dr. Robert A. Clay, Jr. (1945)
Dr. Derek H. Heard (1991)
CDR Wayne Liebold, USN (1993)
Mrs. Judy C. Powell (1966)
Dr. Melody Sheffield (1979)
Hon. W. James Sizemore, Jr. (1983)
Mr. Steven Wayne Smith, Sr. (1982)
As may be seen in the list, their years of high school completion span 46 years, and each one has left an indelible mark on our community, as well as on those whom they serve. Truly, an incredible first group! Now it is time to start the process to nominate and award the second group of Distinguished Alumni.  The guidelines and nomination form can be found in this document. The deadline for all nominations is June 1.
AP World Students Share Letters with Parkland School

Mr. Brock's AP World History students sent hand-written etters to fellow AP World History students in Parkland, Florida, who were returning to school following the shooting there. Some of the letters can be viewed here.

March/April Parent Newsletter

Read this month's Parent Newsletter here.

Please Take the Georgia Parent Survey

The Georgia Parent Survey takes between five and ten minutes and is an important component of our school's College and Career Ready Performance Index (CCRPI). You will find the survey here.

Flu Information

Here are some Friendly Reminders to help protect you and your family from seasonal illness:

  • Wash your hands frequently with soap and water. If no soap and water is available, use alcohol-based hand sanitizer until you can get to a sink to wash properly.
  • Cover your nose and mouth with a tissue when you cough or sneeze.
  • Get vaccinated! It is not too late to receive the flu vaccine. Although not as effective as we hoped, the flu vaccine could decrease the duration and severity of symptoms.
  • Stay home from work and school if you are sick. 

Common flu symptoms and reasons to stay at home:

  • fever of 100.0 or greater within the last 24 hours
  • cough, sore throat
  • runny or stuffy nose
  • body aches, headache, chills
  • nausea, vomiting and/or diarrhea

If you are experiencing any of the above symptoms, get plenty of rest! Keep hydrated by drinking healthy fluids. Do not share food, drinks, utensils with others and change your toothbrush. If you anticipate your child needing medication at school, the Lee County School System Medication Policy and Authorization to Give Medication at School form is available on the system website at

When can my child return to school following an illness?

  • 24 hours after fever is gone (without medication)
  • 24 hours after vomiting and diarrhea has resolved
  • When he/she can comfortably participate in a full school day

For more information on how to protect you and your children, visit the CDC website,

Vote for Teacher of the Month

If you would like to recommend your student's teacher(s) for Teacher of the Month, please enter the information below.

2017-2018 Needs Assessment Survey of Homeless Children and Youth in Lee County

As participants involved in this assessment process, you will become aware that there are issues that create barriers for homeless children and youth in our school environment.   The Homeless Liaison will compile the results from this survey and make every effort to address the identified needs when working with homeless children and youth.  Policies and procedures addressing these identified needs will be put into practice which will then will be followed as instructed by the laws of the McKinney- Vento Homeless Education Act.  The most frequently occurring needs that appear on the surveys should support what Lee County Schools already recognizes as barriers for low school success.  Thank you for your input. Click here for survey.

Graduate Verifications

Schools or business that need to verify a graduation date or request a transcript: There is $5.00 fee that must be paid BEFORE that can be done and it has to be a business check or money order ONLY. Please mail that to Guidance Secretary at the address below. 

Former Students that do NOT have a GaCollege411 account and need to request their transcript: There is a $5.00 Fee (Cash or Money Order ONLY) that must be paid BEFORE this can be done. Print this form and either drop it off OR mail it to: Lee County High School, ATTN: Guidance Department Secretary, One Trojan Way, Leesburg, GA 31763.

Obtain Youth Work Permits Online

To obtain a work permit, go to Instructions for completing the form are here.

LCHS Student Parking Registration/Application

Students must print and return completed application to Student Services.  Students will not be able to purchase a decal unless their application is approved by administration.  2017-2018 LCHS Student Parking Registration/Application

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