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Parent Survey - Deadline: Monday, July 13

The Lancaster County School District is requesting your input on options for school in August. As our administrative team works to make plans for next year, we wanted to gather input about your thoughts. What we do know is that we will send Chromebooks home with all students in grade 3 through 12.

No only is the survey is available on our website, but it is also available by link in the Remind App text, social media, and will be emailed to those parents who have an email option in the Blackboard Connect system. Please contact your school if you need to complete a paper version of the survey. The survey will remain open until Monday, July 13, 2020.

Thank you for taking time to complete this survey and for having patience as we continue to navigate these unprecedented times.

Summer School

If you received a summer school letter with your last packet and are interested in our summer school program, please click this link.

Welcome to Lancaster High School. Our administrative team and highly qualified staff strive to support our students' academic, career, developmental, and extra-curricular needs. By using data to drive our programs and services, offering various career and technology courses, as well as affording students the opportunity to participate in clubs and athletic programs, our students have the ability to reach their maximum potential.
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
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Please connect with us on...Facebook: @TheOfficialLHS Twitter: @TheOfficialLHS Instagram: @TheOfficialLHSPlease click this link to view our contact information.-------------------------------------------------To view informational flyers, please click the peachjar button below.

2020-2021 Library Advisory Board (LAB) Application

Are you a natural born leader and motivator? Do you have great marketing skills and the ability to get along with others? DO YOU LOVE READING?

If you answered "yes" to these questions, you may want to consider applying for a position on the LHS Library Advisory Board. The application deadline is August 31. Applicants with favorable teacher references and appropriately-completed applications will be afforded the opportunity to interview with one of the LAB sponsors and our current members. PLEASE CLICK HERE TO APPLY.

If you have any questions, please email

Learning Takes You Places


If you want to see what it's like to swim with sharks, visit the African delta, or visit the British Museum, then click this link. YOUR ADVENTURE AWAITS...


Want something fun and creative to do over the summer? Click this link and take the challenge!

To complete the challenge, LHS students may read from the LHS library's eBook and digital book collection. Click this link to view the tutorial.

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:


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.


College Guide

Please access the South Carolina Independent Colleges & Universities website site by clicking this link.


Our Lifetouch yearbook representative contacted us last week. He projected delivery window for the yearbook is July 31-August 14. Thank you for your patience.


Alive @ 25 Update

In light of the AccelerateED Task Force report from the SC Department of Education and to ensure the safety of students and the community, Alive at 25 will continue offering virtual classes through December. Please encourage your students to register for a class as soon as possible. Classes fill up very quickly this time of year, at least 2-3 weeks in advance! Please click this link to view the informational flyer. Student Requirements
*Must have access to internet and a computer or tablet. This training is not compatible with a cell phone.*Participation is required and will be monitored. Student must engage with the instructor and moderator throughout the course to receive credit. *If you have any questions, please contact


Bruin Boosters

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


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.

LCSD Section 504 inquiries

LCSD Title II of the ADA inquiries

Dr. Kathy Durbin

Student Services Director

300 W. Dunlap St.

Lancaster, SC 29720


LCSD Title IX Coordinator

Lydia Quinn

Chief Operations Officer

300 S. Catawba St.

Lancaster, SC 29720


College Adviser

During this uncertain time, your LHS College Adviser Ayanna Wigfall wants you to know that she has you covered! If you have questions, please email her at or click this link to view her website.


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.

DHEC Statement

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 and use the promo code COVID19 and be screened without having to leave home.

COVID-19 Mandated Reporting.pdf
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Main Building Phone : 803-283-2001; Fax: 803-286-6962

325 Woodland Drive, Lancaster, South Carolina 29720