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Congratulations to the LCHS art students and the art department who dominated the ribbon count at this year's 2015 Lee County Schools Cultural Arts Day!

Three Different Locations for Viewing Prom Photos 
1) Prom Photo Booth - Once the link is accessed scroll down to smaller pics and select the first once.  This should allow you to advance through the photos or activate a slideshow.
 2) Life Touch Photos - You will need to see Mrs. Voelz or Mrs. Griffin for the password.
3) LCHS Webpage Photo Gallery Slideshow

On behalf of the Prom Committee, we would like to thank the staff, students, parents, and community members who helped make Saturday a success. We truly could not do it without your time, donations, and hard work! We appreciate it! 

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  • College Campus Visits 
  • A College Decision Mural for Seniors
  • Decision Day Celebration
  • ACT/SAT Prep Workshops & Supplies
  • Communication & Promotion for College Events, Information & Opportunities
  •  If you transport your child/student to Lee County High School, PLEASE REMEMBER that Nash Street, along the front of the school, is a NO PARKING ZONE.
  • There are an increasing number of students being dropped off and picked up within this NO PARKING ZONE in the mornings and afternoons.  This creates unsafe situation for our students, with the increased traffic during school intake and dismissal, along with Central Carolina Community College traffic.
  •   Please enter the front parking lot and use the designated drop off and pick up zone at the entrance of our school admin building. 
  •  Please help us reduce the risk to the students being injured by following the proper drop off and pickup procedures.

LCHS Parents- Our school and district would like your feedback about how we are doing. Your child and the staff of LCHS have already taken the survey. It takes just a few moments to complete the AdvancED survey for our school. This will assist our district and your child's school in maintaining accreditation and help us make LCHS the very best it can be. Thanks for all you do and for your important feedback!" 

The Lee County High School National Art Honor Society recently held their 5th Annual Induction Ceremony at the Art Studio in downtown Sanford. Refreshments were provided by the Lee County Arts Council while parents and patrons enjoyed viewing the student’s artwork that was on display. LCHS NAHS faculty adviser Jody Stouffer opened the ceremony, welcoming the attendees and highlighting the activities and community service events that the group has participated in this school yearbefore turning over the program to LCHS NAHS student President Diana Cornejo. Cornejo shared the purpose of the chapter and introduced the rest of this year’s officers, Vice President Sarah Batten, Treasurer Emily Gotschalk, Secretary Lydia Cooper, Historian Ramsey Diven and Special Events Chair Megan Von Canon. Cornejo then acknowledged the 13 NAHS members that were renewing their memberships which included:  Batten, Gotschalk, Cooper, Diven, Von Canon, Hunter Godwin, Zoe Kovasckitz, Raul Pena, Chris McIntyre, Sarah Smith, Morgan Cox and Maritza Santos. Cornejo and Batten conducted the candle lighting ceremony officially inducting the 22 new members. Newly inducted NAHS members included: Daniela Avina, Noelle Beattie, Madison Britt, Michael Burch, Madison Childs, Julia Chubet, Ethan Eichenberger, Casey Eyers, Ana Fajardo, Leonardo Garcia, Luis Gonzalez, Katie Harper, Kacie Harrison, Claire Hartman, Casandra Juarez, Marianna Lucas, Rachel Patterson, Leslie Rudolph, Mitzy Salmeron, Saquan Wallace and Colbie Normann Stephens. After the induction, Von Canon introduced guest speaker, Doug Rowe, past president of the Sanford Brush and Palette who provided the aspiring artists words of wisdom to create by. Mr. Stouffer closed the ceremony by thanking the parents for their nurturing support of their young artists.


Temple LCHS NAHS Student Artwork on Display at the Temple Theater:  Several LCHS NAHS members will have their artwork on display at the Temple Theater as it hosts the North Carolina National Art Honor Society Traveling Exhibit during their upcoming show, “Fox on the Fairway” which runs March 26th through April 12th. The NAHS Traveling Exhibit is comprised of works created by high school students across the state that are currently NAHS members. So far this spring the exhibit has traveled to the North Carolina Center for the Advancement in Teaching on Ocracoke Island and has been displayed at UNC Pembroke and UNC Greensboro. Lee County High School students participating in this exhibit include: Hunter Godwin, Morgan Cox, Ramsey Diven, Julia Chubet and Sarah Smith.Schools with students exhibiting include: Lee County High School, South View High School, Gaston Day School, Terry Sanford HS, Maiden HS, The Oakwood School, Anson High School, Randleman HS, Northwood HS and Fairmont HS. Jody Stouffer, art teacher at Lee County HS who also serves as the North Carolina National Art Honor Society State Director through the North Carolina Art Education Association was the curator of this exhibit. 

JROTC  Congratulations to the Lee County High JROTC Raider Team for placing 2nd overall in Saturday's Best of the Best Qualifier.  They are now one of the top three teams in North Carolina and will now go to "THE" Best of the Best to be held in UNC-Charlotte next month.  An additional congratulations to Ben Sifter for winning the highest physical fitness medal. 

LCHS Skills USA club competed in the South Central Region SkillsUSA competition on Friday, March 6.  It was held at Fayetteville Tech Community College.  The students represented LCHS admirably and brought home several medals.
Skills USA    
Congratulations to one of our Jackets, Jon Joyner, math teacher at LCHS who received    The Sanford Herald "Teacher of the Week".  Click link below to access the article:


Members of the Lee County High School Spring ceramics classes recently visited Floyd Knight School to share a clay project with FLK students to aid in their study of North Carolina.  LCHS students helped FLK students create clay garden mushrooms while sharing the importance that North Carolina pottery plays in the world of art.  They also emphasized the element of texture and explored different impressing techniques while creating the mushroom caps.  LCHS pottery students then transported the finished clay creations back to the high school where they will be fired, glazed and then returned to the FLK students.


The LCHS National Art Honor Society recently teamed up with the Lee County Arts Council to sponsor a booth at Tramway Elementary's 5th annual "Developing the Whole Child" event.  The NAHS members provided face painting while LCAC members shared the different programs that they offer to the Sanford community.  Event organizers said that an estimated 800 people attended the event with 250 Tramway students having signed in as attending.

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