LHS Mission Statement
It is the primary MISSION of Lebanon High School to ensure success for all members of the Yellowjacket Learning Community. We exist to provide exemplary curriculum, instruction, assessment, extra-curricular programs, and personalized support services designed to maximize the learning potential of all students. As a result, every Lebanon High School student will graduate with the knowledge, skills, attitudes, and character necessary to become productive members of an ever-changing global society. With a strong unity of purpose, Lebanon High School will measure its relentless pursuit of excellence one student at a time—whatever it takes, no excuses.
LHS Vision Statement
It is our VISION to become the best high school in America. To that end, we will maintain a collaborative and interdependent partnership between the school, home, and community. In our school of uncompromised excellence, all students and staff will be inspired to develop their unique talents in a nurturing atmosphere of high expectations and personal support. All students will graduate from Lebanon High School having mastered the key skills, core competencies, and essential learnings required for their future success and fulfillment. As independent, life-long learners all students will be able to think critically, solve problems, communicate effectively, cooperate with others, act responsibly, and make wise decisions. The entire Yellowjacket Learning Community will be vigorous in its quest to produce graduates of unparalleled competence, compassion, and promise—whatever it takes, no excuses.
- Attendance Policy and Early Departure Form
- A-Plus Handbook and Requirements and tutoring log
- 2019-20 Student Handbook...
- The Monthly Student Reminder, an electronic resource produced by the Missouri Department of Higher Education, is packed full of postsecondary tips directed towards Missouri’s students and their parents. It is now available to view online, and a free subscription is available.
- In an effort to protect the health and safety of students from illegal drug use and abuse or injuries resulting from the use of drugs, the Lebanon R-3 Board of Education adopted a student drug testing policy for the school year 2013-14. Please see the Summary, FAQ, and Policy.
Lebanon High School
Kevin Lowery, Principal
777 Brice Street
Lebanon, Missouri 65536
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Office Hours: 7:30 - 4:00 p.m., M-F
Student Hours: 8:00 - 3:10 p.m., M-F