Summer 2018 Reading Assignments
for Students in
Pre-AP English 1 and 2
AP English 3 and 4
Click here or picture below
2018-2019 Orientation Dates/Times
Monday, August 20
(come and go format)
9th graders – 10:15 am until 12:00 pm
10th-12th graders – 1:30 pm until 4:00 pm
Get Your 2018 Yearbook at Orientation
Students who ordered a 2018 yearbook can pick theirs up at orientation on August 20 from 1:30 pm until 4:00 pm. Students who graduated and will not be in town to pick yours up, you may get a family member to pick it up for you.
Registration for “NEW” Students
to LCM High School
2018-2019 Pre-Registration Handbook
Students who have been enrolled in another district should present their birth certificate, latest report card or transcript, immunization record, parent’s drivers license, student’s social security card, and proof of residency at the time of registration. “New” students can register August 7-9, 2018, in the Counselors’ Office.
2018-2019 Student Council Officers
President- Shelby Smith
Vice-Pres - Kati Foskey
Secretary- Rylee Locke
Treasurer - Kylie Gross
Parliamentarian- Harli Foreman
Historian - Cameron Smith
Webmaster- Maggie Babineaux
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
Kaleigh Belden, Emma Bridges, Rylee Hargroder, Alyssa Herndon, Matalyn Hill, Amiyah LeBlanc, Halle Lewis, Crystal Malone, Kori Rushing, Rylea Tipton, Conner Trawhon, Ashlynn Wilson
Bri Humble, Nick Wilson
2018-2019 Honey Bears Drill Team
Caylee Aleman, Allie Jo Allbritton, Gabriela Bell, Aniken Borel, Valerie Doucet, Emily Faust, Madeline Finn, Harli Foreman, Abbigail Gray, Andrea Howard, Kylie Huff, Dayla Hulsey, Kyley Lachney, Jenna McCorvy, Makenzie Meulemans, Dajha Myles, Sydney Peet, Abby Sadler, Shelby Smith, Annabel Stephenson, Daisy Sutton, Abbigail Thomas, Ashley Umbenhaur, Chrislyn Wells, Haylee Wheeler, Emily White, Kadence Williams, Kinley Wolfford
Students and Parents/Guardians
Sign up for Remind by Grade Level
To get Important Updates
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If you have a smartphone, you can also get push notifications if you use the above links.
INFORMATION FROM THE
HIGH SCHOOL NURSE
Summer is here and many of you have doctor's appointments scheduled for student physicals. Please remember to take care of the following items that are required by our district to best serve your child.
Bottom line - all doctor's orders are only good for that school year. We need new orders/care plans for students on the first day of school. 😊Please take care of this over the summer so there is no lapse in care for your child.
We hope you have a happy, restful, and healthy summer!
See you in August!
Jeannie Alexander & Lisa Fuselier
"Make the Promise" to graduate!
Create your Account/Login at
Graduate for MÁS
Students can win prizes by earning individual points! LCMHS can earn grant money with more student participation!
Earn points by reading articles, taking surveys, watching videos, etc.
Create account and login for your points to count!
Login and Complete the Graduate for Mas Challenge BADGE!
The Graduate for Más Challenge goal is to help increase graduation rates and to help you pursue your educational goals and career aspirations. The Challenge runs from October 2-April 26. When a percentage of students complete badge, get active or stay active, then LCMHS earns points.
Every point earned equals $1 in school grants.
**Minimum 300 points to earn grant.
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.