Start Paying for your Senior Fee Now, Make sure the Blue Devil Bank has your Height and Weight, and verify the correct spelling of your name
Seniors: Your Senior fee of $75 senior is due by February 1st. The Blue Devil Bank is taking payments now or you may pay on-line Link to Pay your Senior Fee
Seniors: Make sure the Blue Devil Bank has your height and weight too-we need this so we order the correct size for your cap and gown.
Seniors: Make sure you stop by the Blue Devil Bank to sign off on the spelling of your name-this is to ensure that your diploma is correct.
Parents who have purchased an ad can attend our December 3rd Design Night to have a hands-on experience in designing your ad!
Senior Baby Pictures and Senior Ad
Seniors: yearbook ads are now on sale! These can be purchased online or through Ms. Peterson in A303. Please see any yearbook staff members for more details.
Seniors: will need to submit a baby picture and quote for the yearbook. These will scanned and emailed to LHSsouvenir@gmail.com. Quotes with inappropriate references will not be printed at the yearbook’s discretion. Yearbook staff members will be outside the cafeteria on Wednesday to help students submit these. Baby Pictures and Quotes are due by November 15th.
2019 Graduation Commencement Ceremony May 20th at 7pm at MTSU Murphy Center
We have decided to move the Class of 2019 commencement ceremony to MTSU Murphy Center. The date and time are Monday, May 20th at 7:00 PM. This decision comes with much thought, consideration, and debate. We have continued to host the graduation ceremony on our own campus for the last six years. Because the plans were to have the ceremony on our football field, inclement weather was always a concern. On years where the weather has forced the ceremony indoors, we have had to move into our gymnasium. This limits the number of guests per graduate to 4 people. That possibility is a frustrating fear for our families every year.
Our student body continues to grow. Since we moved into this new building, our enrollment has grown by over 400 students. The class of 2019 is the largest in school history with over 500 students. Our facility struggles to accommodate the large number of guests.
In addition to considering these factors, we also polled our senior class, asking them what their preference was in having graduation on or off campus. I was surprised to find out that the vote was nearly 50/50, with fewer than 15 votes making the difference.
We will continue to provide a sophisticated graduation experience for our graduates and one that everyone can enjoy. Graduating from high school is a momentous occasion, and we want to be able to offer an experience that all our graduates’ guests can experience. While I understand not all families will agree or appreciate this decision, I ask that you continue to support us in the experience we offer our students.