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Sunday, Mar. 10 – Stark Reading LCM Finals

LCMHS Library at 2 p.m.


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23-24 Regular Bell Schedule

Stark Reading Finals @ LCMHS

Congratulations to the following students who are LCM finalists for the Stark Reading Contest-

Declamation Finalists
Annabelle Claybar
Zaret Hermosillo
Paige McKee
Gabrielle Moore
Abigayle Welch
Alternate - Canyon Gaulden

Interpretive Finalists
Aylee Coleman
Analisa Jennings
Shayne Panell
Jaiden Romar
Elizabeth Quintero

The LCM High School finals will be held Sunday, March 10, at 2 p.m. in the LCM High School Library.


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2024 Immunization Clinic

Deadline to sign up is March 11.
Sign up Link

2024-2025 Registration InfoREGISTRATION INFO
Prior to your registration dates below, students and parents are strongly encouraged to review the Pre-Registration Handbook, which shows all required classes for graduation and lists options (regular or honors choices) and electives, including course descriptions.

Tues-Thursday, February 27-29
LCJH 8th Graders request Freshmen classes


  Future Activities:

  • Feb 26 – Start of 5th Grading Period
  • Mar 10 – Stark Reading LCM Finals, 2 p.m., Library
  • Mar 11 – Wear White Shirt
  • Mar 11 – Deadline to sign up for Immunication Clinic
  • Mar 14 – Immunization Clinic at LCMHS
  • Mar 14 – AP Test Late Registration/Payment Deadline
  • Mar 15 – SENIORS – Local Scholarship Applications Due
  • Mar 15 – SENIORS – Financial Aid Completion Documentation Due for Graduation (FAFSA/TASFA/Opt-Out)
  • Mar 25-29 – SPRING BREAK
  • Apr 1 – NO CLASSES
  • Apr 3 & 4 – SAT at LCMHS
  • Apr 10 – English 1 & 2 STAAR tests
  • Apr 12 – NO CLASSES
  • Apr 12 – End of 5th Grading Period
  • Apr 15 – Start of 6th Grading Period
  • Apr 23 – Biology & US History STAAR tests
  • Apr 30 – Algebra I STAAR tests
  • May 1 – Class of 2024 Big Picture

Students and Parents/Guardians
Sign up for Grade-Level Communications
To get Important Updates, Grade-Level Calendar Events, etc.

See Getting Started – Students and Parents must create an account with the Band App before able to join.
Please turn ON notifications (text and/or email) in the App settings (see pg 12 of link above). 

Seniors Join LCM Class of 2024


Join LCM Class of 2025
Sophomores Join LCM Class of 2026
Freshmen Join LCM Class of 2027
Dual-Credit with Lamar State College-Orange Join LCM-LSCO Dual Credit

Bring Clean Gallon-Size Containers
Goal – 500 containers!!

Milk-Water Jug Collection



For Students NEW to LCMCISD
A parent and their new high school student(s) should come to the high school. A birth certificate, social security number, immunization record, and proof of residency (such as a utility bill) will be required of all students registering. Those who have been enrolled in another district should provide their latest report card, immunization record, and proof of residency at the time of registration.

Community Eligibility Program (CEP)

Schools qualifying to operate CEP serve breakfast and lunch to all children, regardless of income, at no charge.

For additional information, please contact the LCM Child Nutrition Department.

Disposición de Elegibilidad Programa (CEP)

Las escuelas que califican para operar la Disposición de Elegibilidad Comunitaria (CEP) sirven desayuno y almuerzo a todos los niños sin cargo y eliminan la recolección de solicitudes de comidas para obtener comidas para estudiantes gratuitas, a precio reducido y pagadas. Este nuevo enfoque reduce las cargas tanto para las familias como para los administradores escolares y ayuda a garantizar que los estudiantes reciban comidas nutritivas.

Para obtener información adicional, por favor comuníquese con la siguiente persona:


High School Transportation Information

Drop Off-Exit RoutesThe entrance to the student parking lot on 87 by the bandhall is an EXIT only and is blocked off to through traffic. Parents going through the drop-off line will exit to 87 by the bandhall, which helps the flow of traffic in the afternoon. Parents and students CANNOT ENTER the student parking lot from Hwy 87 entrance by the bandhall—it is an exit only for car rider pick up and drop off. 


  • Student Drivers – Students are only allowed to enter the parking lot through the Bear Path gates, and both gates are open.  
  • Parent Drop Off – Parents enter from north 87 driveway across from car wash, drop off at the front of the school, pull through the driveway and exit onto Hwy 87 by the bandhall. That exit is for parent drop off only.  
  • Buses – Buses enter through the Bear Path entrance across from and drop off behind the cafeteria. 


  • Student Drivers (red on map) – Students exit onto Bear Path only. Only the west gate will be open. 
  • Parent Pick Up (blue on map) – Parents enter from north 87 driveway across from car wash, loop around in front of nurse’s office and pick up at the front of the school, pull through the driveway, and exit onto Hwy 87 by the bandhall.  
  • Buses – Buses enter on Bear Path and pick up behind the cafeteria; then leave campus through the driveway to 87 across from the car wash. 


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. Students get 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.

2023-2024 School Profile