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  • Administration:

    Scott Walters, Principal
    Selene Tinsley, Assistant Principal
    Eric Spear, Assistant Principal
    David Sheely, Assistant Principal
    Barbara Hallums, Assistant Principal
    Candis Angle, Assistant Principal

    School Hours:

    7:20 a.m.-2:20 p.m.

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  • Announcements Friday, December 14, 2018

    Lebanon High School Holiday Hours: LHS will be closed beginning Monday, December 24th and will return to the office on Wednesday, January 2nd.  The office hours for January, 2nd, 3rd, 4th and 7th will be from 7am to 2pm.  Students return back on Tuesday, January 8th. 

    Students needing a truancy form to get their driver's permit during the break, the last day to request this will be Thursday, Decemeber 20th or you will have to wait until January 2nd.

    Lebanon High School Night of the Arts, Friday, December 14th at 6:30 pm. $5 admission

    Night of the Arts


    Congratulations to the Girls Bowling Team- District 12 Champions. The  Girls team also had several District awards. Link to Girls Bowling

    Congratulations to the Boys Bowling Team- District 12 Runner Up and also had several District Awards - Link to Boys Bowling

    Congratulations to Coach Fugate and Coach Johnson on being names the Coach of the Year for the Boys Bowling Team. 

    Baseball will be having a Winter Baseball Camp on Friday, December 21st from 4:30 -7:30 pm for kids ages 6-14.  Link to pre-register and for additional information

    Bowling has a few t-shirt remaining- see a bowling team member to get a shirt. 

    Senior Quotes need to be turned in ASAP

    There is a YIG meeting Thursday, December 13th before and after school in B-107, Mr. Wilson's room, for all students interested in attending spring conference. 

    FFA members:  We are collecting toys for Wilson County’s Christmas for All!  Please bring your unwrapped toy to one of the Ag Classrooms today.

    Senior Class Shirts will be on sale beginning after Christmas Break

    The Blue Devil Bank has Freshman, sophomore, and junior class T-shirts on sale.  Please stop by the bank to see a picture and pre-order your shirts before Christmas Break.

    Freshman Class Shirts  Sophmore Class Shirts  Junior Class Shirts   

     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. Senior Ads are due December 15th.  Link to the On-line payments

    The Blue Devil Bank also has FCA, Football Homecoming, Lebanon High School, and GSA shirts available to purchase for $15. 

    Seniors: if you have pictures from your childhood with friends from LHS, please send them to or see Ms. Peterson. 

    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.

    Seniors: Your Senior fee of $75 senior is due by February 28th. The Blue Devil Bank is taking payments now or you may pay on-line Link to Pay your Senior Fee

    2019 Yearbooks are on sale Link to purchase a year book


    FCA, Football Homecoming, Lebanon High School, and GSA t-shirts are available to purchase for $15

      LHS T-Shirt


    Word Wall

    December 10

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    latter- noun-the second of two or the second mentioned of two

    Student Permit and Driving on Campus Info 

     Driver’s Permit- Student's getting their Driver's Permit need to request a Truancy from the Attendance office in A100 24-hours in advance.  Driver's Permit Additional Information Here

    Parking on Campus: Remember that if you are parking on campus, you must have a parking pass. Passes are available at the Blue Devil Bank during your lunch for $20.  

    Be in the Know

    The Exam Exemption policy remains the same as last year.  All students can be exempt from their exams if they have a 90 average or higher and have no more than 3 excused absences and no unexcused absences.

    The on-line Student Agenda has been updated with changes regarding principal discretion and parent notes for the 2018-19 school year. Link to the Student Agenda   

    Important Info for Class of 2019

    Graduation is May 20th at 7pm at MTSU Murphy Center Class of 2019 Graduation Info

    Seniors- You can now begin paying your $75 senior fee and sign off on the spelling of your name for your diploma at the bank during lunch. Make sure the Blue Devil Bank has your height and weight too.

    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.

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District Headlines

  • Wilson Co. Students Get High Marks on State Report Card

    Tennessee Department of Education released its annual Report Card designed to track the performance of school districts across the state. The report, which is now available online showcases data that was captured during the 2017-18 school year.

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  • Bear News Network Debuts on Wilson Co. Television

    Starting Monday, December 10, the weekly newscast produced by students at Mt. Juliet High School will begin airing in Lebanon on AT&T, Channel 99. Wilson County Television, the county’s Public, Educational and Governmental Channel (PEG), is scheduling school produced and school related videos weekdays at 8:30 a.m. and 5:00 p.m.

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  • Principal Named at Gladeville Middle School

    Wilson County Schools Director, Dr. Donna Wright, is pleased to announce that Bethany Wilson, the Assistant Principal of West Wilson Middle School, has been tapped to serve as the Principal of Gladeville Middle School, which opens next fall.

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