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AP & IB Exams Begin Monday May 1

AP and IB exams begin Monday, May 1st. All students have been provided important documents related to the schedule, locations, and regulations for these exams. Parents are directed to ask students for these materials or to click the links that follow to review copies and related information. It is critical that students arrive on time to […]

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AP Exam Pre-Administration Sessions April 18-21

If you are an AP student here at Land O’ Lakes High School, we will hold pre-administration “pre-bubbling” sessions during all lunches next week – April 18 to April 21. Many students had an initial pre-administration session in a classroom. If only taking that one exam, you’re all set. If you have not yet pre-bubbled, or if […]

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Science Olympiads Team Going to States

For the third year in a row, Land O’ Lakes High School’s Science Olympiads Team is going to State Finals on March 25, 2017 at UCF. An accomplished group of students, led by their teacher and sponsor, Ms. Faint, continue their impressive applications of scientific principles. Read more at:  http://lakerlutznews.com/lln/?p=44590 – A great article by Kevin […]

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Model UN Recognitions for LOLHS Delegates

Land O’ Lakes High School Model UN delegates have won Outstanding Diplomat for their representation at Model UN State Conference held in early March:  We congratulate: Sidhvi Nekkanti and Angela Fadil as Outstanding Diplomats  Evan Thompson as most improved delegate   And Representing the Country of Korea –  and receiving Honorable Delegates:  Funda Eskalen Sidvhi Nekkanti Alyssa Nguyen Shreya […]

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LOLHS Sweeps Most Categories at District History Fair

Land O’ Lakes High School students have swept almost every category at the District History Contest this weekend (Sat.) while working very hard and long hours learning not only about history “Taking A Stand” but, along the way, budgeting their time and prioritizing (time management), researching skills (all students had to write a process paper to […]

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Herff Jones at LOLHS for Senior Graduation

Attention families of Land O’ Lakes seniors: On Wednesday, November 30 and Thursday, December 1 from 6pm – 8pm, Herff Jones representatives will be at our school to assist you with preparations for graduation. All seniors must complete and remit the graduation fee of $36.50 or submit orders for the student’s graduation items to Herff Jones. Cap and […]

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IB Community Information Sessions for Prospective Applicants

Are you the parent or guardian of an 8th grader who is interested in learning more about the International Baccalaureate Program at Land O’ Lakes High School? If so, there are three opportunities to attend one of our upcoming IB Community Information Sessions.  The sessions begin promptly at 6:30pm and take place on November 7th at […]

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IB Presentations Begin at Area Middle Schools

The Land O’ Lakes High School International Baccalaureate Programme is beginning to visit area middle schools to inform students about this global, university-focused plan of study. Check out our IB homepage for details, including the dates of IB Community Information Nights at Land O’ Lakes, Dr. John Long Middle, and Thomas E. Weightman Middle. Our […]

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Congratulations to Our Five National Merit Scholar Semi-Finalists

Land O’ Lakes High School is pleased to announce that five seniors have been recognized as National Merit Scholarship Program Semi-Finalists. They are among the top 1/2 of 1% of all 11th graders who took the the PSAT in Fall of 2016. Carter Bright, Michael Gendreau, Navya Jampani, Maxwell Keenan, and Nicholas Riley now proceed to compete […]

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Constitution Day

Today is United States Constitution Day. We are fortunate as Americans to be governed in a manner that offers opportunities to all. The United States Constitution was signed in Philadelphia in 1787 by delegates to the Constitutional Convention presided over by George Washington. Student and teachers may learn more about Constitution Day at websites such […]

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