It is very important to follow the instructions on THIS PAGE prior to graduation!
The process for registrations is as follows:
Week of April 18: Current LPS Seniors ONLY can register
Week of April 24: Current LPS Seniors OR Juniors can register
Week of May 1-10 : Any LPS student can register
MAY 10: Last day that we can accept Summer School Registrations here at LHS.
Students who fail a class and still need to register after this date must go to North Star on May 31 from 1-3pm, or June 1 from 1-3pm, to register in person.
Students that are REGISTERED for F/R Lunch on the day of their registration will have no fee for summer school.
Otherwise, the cost is $130 for one class and an extra $65 for the second class to be paid when registration in returned to the counseling office.
No early registrations will be given to students. Any questions about classes offered, rules, fees, attendance requirements, etc. can be found by going to http://wp.lps.org/summerschool/
Sunday, March 19
1:00 – 3:00 p.m.
Southeast Community College
8800 O St
This event is sponsored by Education Quest Foundation and promoted for Juniors but open to seniors if they have not yet chosen a college.
Register for a barcode at: http://NebraskaCollegeFairs.org
Click here for the registration form or go to the College/Career Resources – College Entrance Exams tab for more information.
Bright Lights is looking for summer volunteers! Check out the link below for more information:
“The I’m First Symposium is part of NEBRASKA’s diversity leadership symposia series designed to enhance college access and leadership development.
At the I’m First Symposium, students will have the opportunity to gain all the resources they need to help them get into college while forming a network of people that will help.”
Below is a link to a list of courses that freshman and sophomore students can choose as electives.
Elective lists 2017
If you want to know a specific course description you can follow this link:
LPS Course Guide
On April 19, 2017, all 11th grade students will take the ACT test, a college entrance exam. This year the test is part of State testing for accountability purposes. To help students prepare for the test, the Nebraska Department of Education contracted with ACT to provide access to the ACT Online Prep. The ACT Online Prep is the only online program designed exclusively by ACT, featuring real questions from previous tests. Usually students have to pay to access this program but 11th grade students now have free access. In addition to the quality instruction students receive in class, this tool will give students additional opportunities to practice and monitor progress towards ACT benchmarks and College and Career Ready preparedness. To gain access to the system, 11th grade students should use the link and login information below.
Jump code: P9BC
Usename: LPSemail (######@class.lps.org)
Password: lpsstudent (all lower case)
Student Council’s RESPECT Campaign has begun!
This is an effort by StuCo to promote and increase the acceptance of all students and staff. Each week a new video will be presented in students’ 5th period classes that will focus on students from deverse, multi-cultural backgrounds. Feel free to check out the videos each week by clicking on the Student News tab! Here’s a sneak peak at the 1st video: RESPECT Campaign!