LCHS Freshmen Orientation

The 2014 LCHS Freshmen Orientation is
Tuesday, July 31st at 6:30 p.m. 
All incoming 9th graders will receive their class schedules during the event. 
All parents and students are invited and encouraged to attend.

LCHS Class Schedules

LCHS Seniors can pick up their class schedules and parking tags on Tuesday, July 29th.  Last names A - L can pick up from 9-11 a.m. and last names M - Z can pick up from 1-3 p.m.

LCHS Juniors can pick up their class schedules and parking tages on Wednesday, July 30th.  Last names A - L can pick up  from 9-11 a.m. and last names M - Z can pick up from 1-3 p.m.

LCHS Sophomores can pick up their class schedules on Thursday, July 31st .  Last names A - L can pick up from 9-11 a.m. and last names M - Z can pick up from 1-3 p.m.

Campbellsville University "Excellence in Teaching Award"

Each year, our principals nominate a teacher as a candidate for the Campbellsville University “Excellence in Teaching” award.  The purpose of this award is to provide statewide recognition to those teachers who selflessly give of themselves to their students each and every day.

The Lincoln County Board of Education acknowledged the three outstanding Lincoln County teachers who were named as Lincoln County’s 2013-2014 recipients of the Campbellsville Excellence in Teaching” award at the July 8th Board Meeting. Congratulations!!

Natalie Sutton - LCHS, Diana Lane - Hustonville Elem., & Rachael Yaden - LCMS.

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Congratulations to the Class of 2014!  We are so proud of each of you and the work you accomplished to reach 100% College and Career Ready! We wish you the best as you take that next step in life. 
You will be missed!

Have a safe and wonderful summer! 
See you in August!

A National Winner!

#1 in the Nation and Headed to the World!

The Lincoln County High Archery team competed at the National tournament on May 10th.   Connor Patterson scored 297 points, tying him with two other high school males for first place.  He won the shoot off, placing him in first place out of 1684 high school male archers nationwide.

He was one of eight male archers invited to join the top eight female archers to form the All-American team that will compete at the World Archery Championship this summer in Madison, Wisconsin.

In the scholarship shoot off, Connor placed third and received a $5,000 scholarship.

The team finished 35th out of 164 teams with an average of 276 points each. Connor and the team also competed in the 2014 IBO 3-D Tournament. The team placed ninth out of 77 teams from across the country and Connor placed fourth out of 367 high school male archers.

Congratulations to Ricky Mullins, the LCHS Archery Coach, and these Archers for their remarkable accomplishments!

LCHS: One of the Best in Nation!

Lincoln County High School received good news about the hard work that has been taken place by the students and staff.  LCHS received a Bronze medal from the U.S. News & World Report annual award.  Lincoln was one of 34 schools in Kentucky to receive this ranking.

This type of honor is attributed to all the LCHS staff, students, parents and community members.  Congratulations to each for all the hard work and commitment you have dedicated to LCHS!

To view LCHS's statistics, click here.

To view all the rankings in Kentucky, click here.