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7327 Hwy 87 North
Orange, Texas 77632
Phone: 409.886.5821
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Juniors and/or seniors
who are planning to attend college
will need to have this vaccination! 

Students who will be attending dual-credit classes on the LSCO campus next fall will need to have this vaccination!
Click here or on info below to open the form to print, complete, and
return with payment to HS nurse by Tuesday, March 27.

Meningitis Clinic

Full-Day Bell Schedule - Spring 2018

for 2018-2019 COURSES

2018-2019 Registration Information

  • March 21 – Last day for students to make any course request changes in Skyward
  • March 23 – Course Request confirmations sent home
  • April 6 – Last day for any course request changes to Counselor

Texas Math Science Coaches Association State Meet

Congratulations to the following students who competed in the Texas Math Science Coaches Association state meet in San Antonio over spring break. 

  • Number Sense Team of Aidan Watson, Chandler Barr, Lovejot Singh, Sukjot Singh & Nick Mugleston--4th Place 4A Team overall
  • Aidan Watson--1st place 4A Number Sense (Freshman)
  • Chandler Barr--TOP GUN--4th place overall point scorer for the entire meet, 3rd Place 4A Number Sense (Senior), 7th Place 4A Math (Senior), 7th Place 4A Science (Senior)
  • Lovejot Singh--5th Place 4A Number Sense (Junior), 8th Place 4A Math (Junior)
  • Sukjot Singh--7th Place 4A Number Sense (Junior)
  • Nick Mugleston--9th Place 4A Number Sense (Junior)

Stark Reading Contest

Congratulations to the following students who competed Sunday, March 4, in the LCM school finals for the Stark Reading Contest:

Declamation Category: 1stSamuel Ridout, 2ndJordan AlexanderJackson Baeza, Elizabeth Johns, and Brandon Dunbar

Interpretive Category: 1stDalton Teeler, 2ndSpencer Johns, Ashlyn Ellis, Eli Ridout, and Alora Jones

Each 2nd place winner receives a $1,500 scholarship and 1st place winners receive a $2,000 scholarship.

CX Debate Teams Qualify for State

Congratulations to the CX Debate Squad for winning the District Championship on Saturday, February 3.  The team of Aman Tejani and Akhil Tejani took 1st place and were undefeated all day and won the championship with a record of 4-0 and in their final debate before a panel of judges; the judge vote was 3-0 in favor of Team Tejani.  Also congratulations to Chaz Hill and Adrienne Norris for winning second in the tournament.  Both LCM teams will advance to the UIL State CX tournament in March.  Way to go, LCM Debate!



   Future Activities:

  • Feb 19 – Start of 5th Grading Period
  • Mar 20-23 – Honey Bear Tryouts
  • Mar 28 – Deadline to register/pay for May AP test(s)
  • Mar 30 – NO CLASSES
  • Apr 6 – Deadline for Any 2018-2019 Course Request Changes (through Counselor)
  • Apr 10 – STAAR English I EOC
  • Apr 12 – STAAR English II EOC
  • Apr 13 – End of 5th Grading Period
  • Apr 16 – Start of 6th Grading Period
  • May 8 – STAAR U.S. History EOC
  • May 9 – STAAR Biology EOC
  • May 9 – AP English 4
  • May 10 – STAAR Algebra I EOC
  • May 10 – AP U.S. Government
  • May 14 – AP Music Theory
  • May 15 – AP Calculus
  • May 15 – Senior Scholarship Night
  • May 16 – AP English 3
  • May 17 – AP Statistics
  • May 17 – HS Spring Choir Concert
  • May 19 – Prom
  • May 22 – HS Spring Band Concert
  • May 28 – NO CLASSES
  • June 1 – Last day of classes
  • June 2 – Graduation, 2 p.m., Montagne Center, Lamar University


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2017-2018 Stark Contest in
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2018-2019 Cheerleaders/Mascot

Allyson Campbell, Karli Choate, Reese Cricchio, Morgan Denman, LiLi Doucet, Saylor Dronett, Rylie Dugas, Kati Foskey, Rylie George, Kylie Gross, Mallory Lisle, Rylee Locke, Lyndie Manuel, Karlie Morgan, Kylee Perry, Faith Sutton

Junior Varsity
Kaleigh Belden, Emma Bridges, Rylee Hargroder, Alyssa Herndon, Matalyn Hill, Amiyah LeBlanc, Halle Lewis, Crystal Malone, Kori Rushing, Rylea Tipton, Conner Trawhon, Ashlynn Wilson

Varsity Mascot
Robert Richie

Academically grounded, technologically advanced, student-centered, community-supported and respectful of individuality . . . these are the hallmarks of Little Cypress-Mauriceville High School. Its broad-based curriculum includes advanced placement and honors classes, dual credit courses, and a full spectrum of career/technical offerings. Our T-STEM Academy gives students a solid foundation for future academic achievement. Students with special needs have access to multiple resources to ensure success.

As a Microsoft Innovative School and IT Academy, LCM High School offers students the opportunity to take courses that will prepare them to test for Microsoft Office Specialist certifications.

Extra-curricular activities and organizations appeal to a wide variety of student interests: Student Council, National Honor Society, foreign language clubs, service clubs, and FFA, to name a few. Major competitive sports include football, volleyball, baseball, softball, soccer, tennis, track, cross country, and golf. Band, choir, drama, yearbook, speech, and debate have been consistent award winners.

Little Cypress-Mauriceville High School is also supported by an experienced staff, involved parent organizations and active school-community partners.

2017-2018 School Profile