To our Parents, Families, and Students:

  We are excited to roll out a new educational model for the 2014-15 school year that will allow our alternative students access to a more wide variety of options.  These options will allow our students, with guidance from family and the school, to create an educational plan that is tailored to his or her individual needs.   Among these options is an innovative new route to a Lapeer Schools diploma through a partnership with Ombudsman Educational Services.  This new program comes alongside a host of other options that include our existing Edtech programs, virtual coursework, and our college on campus program.  Beyond these programs, students will also have full access to courses offered to our traditional high school students and may take advantage of shuttles throughout the day to move between campuses as needed.

 

We would like to invite you to a Parent and Student Information Night on Thursday, June 26th, 2014 at 6:30PM in the Lapeer West Media Center to further explain this model and answer any questions that you may have.  Please feel free to spread the word to any other friends and family that might be interested in learning more.  All are welcome.

 We hope to see you then! 

 Sincerely,

 Matthew Olson, Principal

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Our Mission
Lapeer Community High School will provide students with a safe, alternative learning environment in which they can develop and demonstrate the social, academic and career skills necessary to be lifelong learners and responsible citizens in a global society.
     
 

Friday. May 23     Senior Exams:  1st, 2nd & 3rd hour exams

             Senior’s Last Day (No Ed-Tech for seniors)

                        MANDATORY Senior Meeting @ 10:00am (Cafeteria)

                        Caps & Gowns given out & updates on events.

                        Group Pictures and Cap & Gown pictures @ 10:30am

  • Senior Luncheon @ 11:00am

 

Thurs. June 5    Graduation Rehearsal 2:00 PM

            Lapeer East Auditorium

              (Do not wear your caps/gowns)

                Graduation rehearsal is MANDATORY for all students who are participating in commencement. We will begin promptly at 2:00pm! Please make arrangements ahead of time with your employer, family, etc. to attend this rehearsal
Swingout - Downtown 6:00pm   

Meet at the old train depot (east side of town by the park) students arrive at 5:30pm

WEAR YOUR CAP & GOWNS!!!!!!!!!

Dress casual, clean & modest.

 

Friday, June 6              Graduation 6:30pm  

         (Arrive at Lapeer East Auditorium @ 5:45 for line-up—see

Mrs. McKee.) Wear clean dress clothes and shoes.

Please do not wear tennis shoes or jeans

       WEAR YOUR CAP AND GOWN

 

 

 

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   Memorial Day Holiday
   May 28 2018
   6-12 Summative Asessments
   Jun 13 2018
   Last day for students
   Jun 15 2018
   Last day for teachers
   Jun 18 2018

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