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Save the date! Details to be mailed later!
a. Freshmen Orientation - August 10th. Watch for the Freshman Orientation invitation and agenda in the mail.
b. New / Transfer Student Orientation - August 10th
c. Fall sports start - August 10th
d. 1st day of classes - August 15th
Current student information on registration for 2016-2017
The registration mailing will go home on June 27th and will contain directions to complete the registration process for the 2016-2017 school year. The LHS web store will be opened for business on Friday July 1st at 8:00 a.m. All students should complete registration and pay Registration Fees by July 21st. All incoming freshman are required to demonstrate residency within LHS attendance boundaries. For more information on registration and freshman residency verification visit the link below or call the LHS Registration Hotline 847-327-7200 for more information. http://lhswildcats.org/content/registration
The final mailing (student’s schedules, ID cards, locker and bus information, etc…) will be sent home August 4th to those families who completed the registration process by July 21st.
New / Transfer student registration information
If you have just moved to Libertyville and you would like to register your student, please call 847-327-7000 to schedule an appointment to meet with the Counselor on Duty. Please be prompt to your appointment - late arrivals may have to be re-scheduled. For information about the registration process of new students visit this link. http://lhswildcats.org/content/new-and-prospective-students.
How to request to ADD / DROP a class
Call 847-327-7000 to make an appointment to speak with the Counselor on Duty. A counselor will be on duty beginning June 13th to process requests to add or drop a class and register new students. Please be prompt to your appointment - late arrivals may have to be re-scheduled. Requests to add a course will belimited to what is available. Many classes are already closed. All counselors will be on duty August 9-10. Schedule changes will not be considered after Friday, August 12th.
LHS will begin summer office hours the week of June 6th. LHS will be open from 7:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Monday through Thursday. LHS will be closed Fridays through August 5th. LHS will be closed July 4th.
Residency verification can be completed during regular office hours beginning June 29th. The Registration office is also offering extended hours from 7:30 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. on July 6, July 12 and July 14.
History-Making Rhythmic Gymnast Laura Zeng Qualifies For Rio Olympics
Congratulations to Laura Zeng. She won her second straight rhythmic gymnastics all-around national title Sunday night in Providence, Rhode Island, to qualify for the Rio 2016 Olympic Games. Read more teamusa.org.
Watch Laura in the 2016 USA Gymnastics Championship finals on YouTube.
Photo courtesy of USA Gym
Over the past eight years, LHS and VHHS have shared meaningful learning experiences with a high school in Changchun, China, through an exchange program between the two school districts. During that time, more than 75 students have been involved in this D128-sponsored cultural exchange program. In the summer of 2015, a group of students, teachers and administrators visited China to develop a program that will bring students and teachers from China this August for the fall semester of 2016-17 school year. We are in need of District 128 families to host our Chinese guests from mid-August to mid-December while they live, work and learn in our community. If you are interested in hosting for all or part of this experience please contact Associate Superintendent Al Fleming at (847) 247-4520 or firstname.lastname@example.org for additional information.
2016-2017 parking sticker registration is now closed. On Friday, April 15th, 2016 all incoming seniors received an email to their student email account ~ Senior Parking Sticker Information.
During the week of May 2nd, a random lottery was used to determine eligibility for the parking sticker. An email was sent to the your SCHOOL EMAIL ACCOUNT that week letting you know the status of your submission.
The stickers will be hand applied to each student’s vehicle by our security department starting July 5th and continuing through the summer. Students will be unable to receive their sticker unless it is hand applied by our security staff to the vehicle that is being parked on campus during the 2016/2017 school year. This process will be done in the front circle of the main entrance at the high school.
Please contact me at 847-327-7006 or email@example.com with any questions.
Assistant Principal’s Secretary
Board members welcomed the 2016-17 Student Board Representatives. The new student representatives are LHS students Daniel Oh, Spencer Baumruk and Emily Regan (pictured below at left) and VHHS students Ryan Gold, Aakash Setty and Aparajitha Adiraju.
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LHS and VHHS have have received silver medal status in the U.S. News & World Report's 2016 Best High School Rankings that were released today. LHS ranks 18th in Illinois and 554th in the nation, while VHHS ranks 21st in Illinois and 588th in the nation. Both LHS and VHHS were awarded silver medal status based on their performance on state assessments, graduation rates and how well they prepare students for college.
The U.S. News rankings include data on more than 21,000 public high schools in 50 states and the District of Columbia. More than 6,000 schools were awarded gold, silver and bronze medals in this year’s national rankings.
Read more about this year's rankings at U.S. News.
The Community High School District 128 Board of Education has voted to abate, or not collect, $4 million (4.97%) in property taxes this year. Following months of financial analysis and discussion, the Board voted to approve the 2015 abatement at its Nov. 16 meeting.
Over the five-year period from 2011-2015, the D128 Board has abated, or not collected, $18.6 million less in property taxes than allowed under Illinois Property Tax Extension Limitation Legislation (PTELL), which includes Bond and Interest abatements of $15.8 million and a $2.8 million reduction in the Operating Fund Levy in 2014. Like all public school districts, D128 receives the largest amount of its operating revenue through property taxes. D128 Superintendent Prentiss Lea stated, "We are not aware of any other Illinois property taxing body that has abated, or not collected, as much property tax over a similar period as the D128 Board has abated."
The D128 Board, administration and staff are thankful for the tremendous local support of the district and its two world-class high schools and also realize the burden of property tax on constituents. D128 Board President Pat Groody noted, "Balancing the needs of all of our constituents is at the heart of everything we do. The generous support provided by our taxpayers has been key to the success of building the strong programs we offer in D128. Using reserves in place of incremental tax revenue to pay down our debt provides some measure of tax relief and is the prudent thing to do in this economic environment."
An exciting new addition to LHS this school year is the LHS Athletic History touchscreen. With a touch of the screen, users can view the accomplishments of LHS athletic teams, All-State athletes, and Newsom Award winners. The touchscreen is located in the LHS front foyer. The information is also accessible online.
Thanks to LHS Athletic Director Briant Kelly and Coach Dale Eggert for their work in making this project possible!