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  2. High school powerlifting: Ladycats place first at Bullard ...

    Feb. 14—BULLARD — The Palestine Ladycats placed first at the Bullard Invitational Saturday with Mia Gonzalez and Martha Cruz both placing first in their divisions. Gonzalez (220) took the top ...

  3. Lancaster Catholic High School - Wikipedia

    The school is coeducational and runs on a traditional quarter system. As a parochial school, LCHS requires all students to take one credit (full-year course) of religious study for each year of their duration at the school. LCHS offers levels of classes including general, academic, honors and AP classes on a minimum college-prep level.

  4. Louisa County High School - Wikipedia

    Louisa County High School was created by the consolidation of Louisa, Mineral and Apple Grove high schools, opening for classes in 1940. The high school was integrated in fall 1969. The largest class in LCHS history was the Class of 2009, which graduated 358 students. The 2011 Virginia earthquake caused significant damage to the school.

  5. Lansing Catholic High School - Wikipedia

    In the 2018–19 school year, LCHS instituted the House System as a new way of organizing the school. That year, four houses were established, and every student and staff member was sorted into one of the four. The four houses of Lansing Catholic are Joseph House, Tekakwitha House, De Porres House, and Frassati House.

  6. Lincoln Community High School - Wikipedia

    Dan "Mac" McLaughlin led the LCHS Speech program for over 25 years in the 1970s, 1980s, and 1990s. During his tenure as coach of the LCHS Speech team, Mac was able to build the program into a consistent state-wide powerhouse that produced several individual state champions and, in 1981, led the Speech team to Lincoln Community High School's ...

  7. Liberty Charter High School - Wikipedia

    During the 2009–2010 school year, Liberty was on the campus of its parent school, Literacy First Charter School. Liberty consisted of freshmen and sophomore's. Currently, LCHS is in the process of developing a new high school site in East County. The high school is part of a K-12 program that is run by the non-profit Literacy First Schools K12.

  8. Lacombe Composite High School - Wikipedia

    LCHS was constructed throughout the mid-1960s, and officially opened in time for the 1967–1968 school year. In 1999, it was determined that the school's population was 4% over capacity, and so an audit was done to determine what was needed to bring the school up to code.

  9. Lamar County Comprehensive High School - Wikipedia

    Academics. As reported by the Georgia Department of Education, Lamar County High was designated a Title 1 Award School for Highest Progress in 2012 and 2015. This distinction is for high levels of progress for all students during the past three years and is only awarded to the top 10% of Title 1 Schools in the state.