Outstanding Writer Southwest Elementary student, Ian Rosello won first place in the 25th Annual Write and Illustrate your Own Book Contest! We have many talented writers in the Lebanon SD! High School Course Selection 2019-2020 Information for Lebanon High School course selection can be found at LHS 2019 -2020 Course Selection Guide. Kindergarten Registration You Read More
Our vision is to be the district of choice by parents for their children because we take a personal interest in each child, and we provide a positive learning environment that significantly accelerates learning. Utilizing the best that technology has to offer, our dedicated staff approaches teaching and learning with enthusiasm as we strive to ensure that all of our students are college and career ready when they graduate. We work in partnership with our parents and families to provide the best opportunities for our youth.
We are a “full service” district that invites students to learn in a variety of ways: through our virtual program which students can access from their own homes, in our hybrid program both at school and at home, in our county Career and Technology Center, in our College in the High School and Dual Enrollment classes, or in a more traditional classroom setting. We provide extraordinary
opportunities to a strong arts and music program, competitive sports, student government and service clubs.
Our schools connect students with caring adults at school and in the business community, who help guide them toward a fulfilling future. The Board of Directors of the Lebanon School District has shown its commitment to our students and community by updating our buildings, both inside and out, so that our classrooms are ready for 21st century learners who come to us as digital
natives. Over the past eight years, four of our elementary schools and the high school have been renovated. All of our classrooms and libraries are technologically integrated. Our high school has been redesigned to be a state of the art facility, resembling a college campus.
Lebanon High School is earning Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) certification. This recognition makes us a leader among high schools in design not only in this county, but also in the state.