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2014 LCHS christmas Tournament
1st placelc boys 

congratulations!! Perfect Score on the 2014 georgia high school graduation writing test!!!

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kari powell and sydney thornton


lincoln LeRoy named ‘Commended Student’ by 2015 National Merit Scholarship Program

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  Miles Woodard Named “Outstanding Participant” by the 2015 National Achievement Scholarship  Program miles national merit

LCHS Youth Assembly representatives
YA2014  

Three Lincoln County High School students attended the State YMCA of Georgia’s Youth Assembly conference in Atlanta on November 23-25. Youth Assembly places high school students in the driver’s seat of government as they debate and pass bills written by their peers. Pictured (l to r): Delexica Durham, William Leroy, and Avis Hawes



congratulations!!
LChs Cheer devils
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4th place in class a
state competition 
 
Lincoln county
cross country team
 
 
  Cross Country
2nd Place finish at the Class A Area Meet
Hayden Bailey, 2nd place overall

   

LINCOLN COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL
2015 TITLE I - REWARD SCHOOL
HIGHEST PROGRESS

Click here for press release from GaDOE

Congratulations, Lincoln Leroy
WJBF Scholar Athlete of the Week

 Scholar Athlete 2014

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http://www.wjbf.com/story/26777371/scholar-athlete-lincoln-leroy

Committment to graduate

 2018 BIY 
Members of the Class of 2018 pledge to stay the course for the next four years and graduate in 2018!!

 TEACHER OF THE YEAR
  2014-2015
AMY WHEELER

TOTY   
Teacher of the Year Amy Wheeler shows off her TOTY watch that was  presented to her by Herff Jones.  Congratulations, Mrs. Wheeler!!!



 

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Luann Beale

Luann Beale recognized by State for high achievement in her EOCT scores, Read More

 

 

 

  

 

 

 

 

handbook highlights

DRESS CODE

Students who take pride in their appearance generally behave better in school and are more likely to do well in class.  The standards of appearance for students shall ensure that pupils are clean, neat, and properly dressed.  They shall observe modes of dress, styles of hair, and standards of personal grooming that are in conformity with the studious atmosphere necessary for a school setting and are not in any way a distraction to others.  It is the responsibility of each teacher and administrator to see that the dress and grooming of the students are not so disruptive as to interfere with the teaching and learning atmosphere.  Students will demonstrate body cleanliness, modesty, neatness of appearance, and good grooming.  Clothes worn must be in good taste as deemed appropriate by the administration.  The Student Handbook addresses the consequences for violating the dress code.