Graduation has been postponed until Tuesday, June 2, at 10am. The gates will open at 8:30am.
Communication amongst all stakeholders - parents, students, community partners, and staff - is essential to our students' success. As principal of Lancaster High School, I look forward to working with you to ensure that each student has an outstanding high school experience.
Rosalyn T. Mood, Principal
In order to participate in graduation, ALL graduates must wear the appropriate regalia. There should be gold trim around the sleeves, a recent seal on the white hood which is also trimmed in gold, and your tassel is blue and gold with a 2020 charm. The tassel needs to be hanging next to your RIGHT eye. HONORS STOLES and CORDS are to be worn UNDER the hood. Please click here to view additional dress code requirements. *In order to participate, graduates MUST adhere to the dress code guidelines.*
Please scroll down to view information about the type of shoes both the GRADUATE and his/her guests must wear. If either the graduate or his/her guests do not have on the appropriate shoes, he/she will not be permitted to march on the field.
THESE SHOES ARE APPROPRIATE.
THESE SHOES ARE NOT APPROPRIATE. If wearing inappropriate shoes, neither graduates nor their guests will be permitted on the field.
Graduation will be held on TUESDAY, JUNE 2, 2020, at 10:00am.
*The stadium gates will open at 8:30am.*
***Please click this link to view the graduation dress code, parking, seating, marching, and exiting video. ***
*In case of rain, each attendee may bring an umbrella and towel.
*We are encouraging each graduate/guests to ride together.
*Those with GOLD placards will park on the HOME side (graduates' last names A-O). Those with BLUE placards will park on the VISITOR side (graduates' last names P-Z).
*Graduates should arrive full dressed. BRING YOUR NAME CARD with you.
*In order to enter the gates, guests must BOTH be with their graduates AND have their tickets IN HAND.
*Upon arriving at the stadium, please exit your vehicles and report to the gate. Each attendee's temperature will be taken (only those with temperatures under 100 will be permitted to enter).
*We HIGHLY RECOMMEND that each attendee wear a mask.
*Please report to your seat. Please note that seating has been arranged in accordance with social distancing guidelines.
*As you/your guests proceed to the processional lines (concrete around the field), please stand on the designated markings on this path.
*Seniors and their guests must wear shoes with FLAT BOTTOMS. No heels or platforms will be permitted on the turf. **Please refer to the examples (above).**
*Please note that guests are NOT REQUIRED to walk across the field with their graduates. Should guests opt out, they may walk along the 5 yard-line where they may take a photo of you receiving your diploma cover.
*Proceed to the ticket booth where you parked, and a staff member will hand you your packet, which will contain your actual diploma.
*After receiving their packets, both graduates and guests are expected to immediately leave following either via the Eastside exit (home side graduates) or Colonial Drive exit (visitor side graduates).
*Graduates are NOT permitted to decorate their graduation caps.
*The clear bag policy applies.
*In an effort to adhere to South Carolina Department of Education's guidelines, each graduate's FAMILY will ONLY receive TWO tickets.
*Social distancing guidelines are set by state officials and will be abided by all Lancaster High School staff, students, and their guests.
*Police officers and LHS staff will be on site to direct you and answer questions.
We are so proud of each of our graduates. Your hard work and resiliency will ensure your success.
Thank you for allowing us to be a part of your journey. You will always be in our hearts; we wish you much happiness.
--Your Senior Class Sponsors
CONGRATULATIONS, Junior Marshalls
Please join the LHS administration and staff in congratulating the following students on having earned Junior Marshall status:
Alexandra Grace Ballard, Chloe O'Neil Boyd, Gracie Diana Bradley, Ashanti Malaysia Carter, Brooke Danielle Cauthen, Ezra Brown Crenshaw, Annie Gracen Louise Evans, Torey Ma'Likah Harris, Logan Miles McCorkle, Madison Grace Morris, Stephany Melina Perez-Sanchez, Weronika Maria Piotrowska Ruchala, Louis Andrew Prete, Savannah LilliAnne Robinson, Layla Ellen Rucker, Blayne Kyle Small, Taylor Alexis Teague, Mason Kyle Tucker, Jennifer Fabiola Villalovos-Mejia, and Hope June'–Alicia Wood
Each of the twenty students was selected because of his/her class rank. The entire Bruin family is proud of each awardee!
Congratulations, Taylor Teague
Taylor Teague has been named a runner-up in the 2020 Congressional Art Contest sponsored by Rep. Ralph Norman. Congratulations Taylor. Your Bruin family is proud of you.
Learning Takes You Places
Due to COVID-19, many South Carolina colleges and universities have changed their admissions and payment dates. Please click this link to view those changes.
Also, please click this link to view scholarship opportunities. If you plan to apply for additional financial assistance, make sure you complete your FAFSA by June 30. Please click this link to view the FAFSA flyer.
With the school year coming to a close, it's imperative that you start planning for the future. For your consideration, Ms. Wigfall has put together this Junior Checklist. Sit down with your parents/guardians and start planning.
IMPACT 2020 - Virtual Camp Are you a young activist looking to hone your advocacy skills and meet other young people interested in making an impact? If so, IMPACT 2020 is for you!
Join young activists from across the country for this unique and engaging virtual summer program designed to help middle and high school students develop the skills necessary to pursue a passion, tackle a community need, and form a network with other young leaders. During IMPACT 2020, you will have a chance to hear from other young activists on different strategies and models of advocacy and activism, share your own story, deepen your understanding of the challenges and issues in your community, work with your peers to create meaningful solutions, and present your action plan to an exciting guest panel! Register today to reserve your spot for this exciting summer experience!IMPACT 2020 is developed by the National Network of Schools in Partnership and Close Up Foundation. Financial aid is available to families that qualify. For more information visit: www.closeup.org/impact-2020/.
2019-2020 Medication Guidelines (new)
Please click this link to view the 2019-2020 medication guidelines. Once you click the link, you will have access to all guidelines and the new form. For more information, please contact school nurse Sherry Barrett.
Change of Schedule Form
Please click this link if you need to change your schedule or contact your school counselor.
Please access the South Carolina Independent Colleges & Universities website site by clicking this link.
Students, parents, teachers, and community members are invited to join the Bruin Boosters! For more information, please click this link.
Each Thursday in the cafeteria, a member of the Bruin Boosters will be selling Bruin t-shirts and hoodies. The prices are as follows:
s-xl t-shirts: $15; 2xl 4xl: $18 / s-xl hoodie $25; 2xl-4xl: $28
SHOW YOUR BRUIN PRIDE & SUPPORT THE BRUIN BOOSTERS!
LHS Driving Rules & Regulations
To park on campus, students must apply and pay for a parking pass. Please click this link to view the parking regulations, which also includes registration information. For more information, please see Kristen Rollins.
If you pay fees and/or debts with a check, please be sure to include BOTH your drivers license number AND a working phone number.
Community Food Distribution
The DHEC Care Line (1-855-472-3432) is available to provide general information about COVID-19.
Per DHEC, if an individual does not have a primary care provider, MUSC Health is providing free telehealth screening to all South Carolinians. Anyone experiencing symptoms can visit https://campaigns.muschealth.org/virtual-care/index.html and use the promo code COVID19 and be screened without having to leave home.
Main Building Phone : 803-283-2001; Fax: 803-286-6962
325 Woodland Drive, Lancaster, South Carolina 29720