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 Men's Varsity Soccer Playoff
The LCHS Jackets Varsity Men's Soccer Team 
LCHS Soccer move to the 2nd round of the state playoffs after defeating Northwood at home.  The 2nd round will be played at Southern Lee on Saturday, November 1 at 12 noon. Admission will be $6 and only coaches passes and NCHSAA passes will be accepted.

Golf LCHS Women's Golf Team represented the Yellow Jacket Nation with pride and excellence over the past 2 days at Longleaf Golf & Country Club in Pinehurst. Please congratulate them on their superior performances!!  Siranon Muk' Shoomee won the State Championship with a 6-under par 138, five strokes better than her nearest competitor, who is  the #1 ranked golfer in the state of North Carolina.   

Competition begins at 12 Noon
Admission $5 
 LCHS Marching Yellow Jacket Band Performs AVATAR at 9:20 pm


2014 Marching Yellow Jackets band members 
have experienced great competition success this school year. 
Their accomplishments include:

September 27 - Pinecrest BandFest - Southern Pines, NC

1st Place Class A - Excellent Rating

1st Place Marching, General Effect, Drum Major, Visual Ensemble

2nd Place Percussion

3rd Place Music

October 4 - Western Harnett Eagle Classic - Lillington, NC

1st Place Class AA - Superior Rating

1st Place Marching, General Effect, Music

2nd Place Visual Ensemble, Percussion, Drum Major

October 11 - Bluestone Baron Marching Invitational - Skipwith, Virginia

1st Place Class AA - Superior Rating

1st Place Marching, Music, General Effect, Visual Ensemble

2nd Place Percussion, Drum Major

1A / 2A Grand Champion


October 18 - Overhills Jaguar Classic - Spring Lake, NC

1st Place Class AAA - Superior Rating

1st Place Marching, General Effect, Percussion, Visual Ensemble

2nd Place Music

Runner-Up Grand Champion of the Day

October 25 - Union Pines Viking Classic - Cameron, NC

1st Place Class A - Superior Rating

1st Place Marching, Music, General Effect, Visual Ensemble, Percussion, Drum Major


NAHS Community Service - Lee County High School National Art Honor Society members, 
Diana, Lydia and Leslie recently helped facilitate a clay whistle workshop for youth at St. Luke's U.M. Church for their Wednesday Night Alive art experience. NAHS members assisted youth in adding a face onto their clay whistles which Cooper and club adviser Jody Stouffer had made earlier in the day. Club members were surprised to have a special guest helper in Joanne Thaxton, Lee County Arts Council President, who came by to assist with the workshop. Workshop participants learned about the importance of clay and pottery to the Sanford community as well as the traditional way to add a folk art face to pottery. This was the first session of a two session class as the group will reconvene in October to glaze their fired pieces.

The LCHS National Art Honor Society 
participated in their first community service activity of the year yesterday by helping the Sanford Lions Club prepare for the opening of the fair by hanging all of the Kindergarten through 12th grade student artwork that was submitted for exhibit. 
 Fair fair NAHS

Picture Slide Show Reflection of School Year 2013-2014