Lavaca High




The vision of Lavaca High School is a

community with high expectations dedicated

to helping students succeed.






Lavaca High School Successes

Student Success
    9:1 Student/Teacher Ratio
    59% of current seniors will graduate with Concurrent Hours – 67% will leave LHS with 12 or more college hours
    Last year’s graduating class awarded 1.1 million dollars in scholarships
    37% of current seniors have ACT scores of 24+
    20% increase in AP scores in the past 3 years
    Real-world applications
   Multiple State Qualified Athletic TeamsArrows Flag
   State Cheer Champs
   National Qualifiers in Beta Club, FBLA, & Skills USA
   District Qualifiers in FFA

Technology Driven Learning
   1:1 devices in each classroom
   125+ Microsoft Certifications each year           
   Virtual Courses
   3-D Printers
   CNC Technology
   Virtual Reality Goggles

Community Integration
   Annual Service Projects
      Last year – 1000+ hours
      This year – 650+ hours (to-date)
   Annual Networking event with 54 business  leaders
   Hosted Annual Community Veterans’ Assembly


The mission of Lavaca High School is to

provide a safe environment with caring,

qualified educators, well-rounded curriculum

and activities which will guide students

toward a successful future.


The Arkansas School Recognition Program provides financial awards to public schools that experience high student performance and high student academic growth, which includes high school graduation rate comparisons for secondary schools.  The Arkansas Department of Education (ADE) is pleased to announce funds have been made available for this recognition program.

LHS is being awarded $12,100 for being in the top 6%-10% for growth in the area of Graduation Rate.

Funds must be used for the following purposes: nonrecurring bonuses to the faculty and staff; nonrecurring expenditures for educational equipment or materials to assist in maintaining and improving student performance; or temporary personnel for the school to assist in maintaining and improving student performance.  A committee made up of the principal, a teacher elected by the faculty, and a parent representative selected by the local Parent Teacher Association or some other local parental involvement group shall determine how the funds will be used.

A proposal for the performance-based funding will be submitted to the ADE Monday, January 16 based on the committee recommendation.  The committee members are Felicia Owen, Principal; Becky Turney, Teacher; and Amy Green, Parent.


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