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Lansing High School - Lansing, NY
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Located in the small, rural town of Lansing, NY, Lansing High School (LHS) is the center of the community. LHS and the Lansing community partner and collaborate to support student character, civic, and academic development. Through these partnerships, LHS is able to offer diverse and challenging extracurricular opportunities for our students.
Lansing administration, faculty, and staff maintain a commitment to excellence. This commitment is echoed through the diverse offerings for students within the district despite being a small school. LHS offers an academic culture that propels many students through a broad range of AP course options, electives, internships, work opportunities, and community-supported mentorships. Partnerships with the regional schools allow over 11 percent of our students to graduate with Career and Technical Education Endorsements. Students can also turn to other supports in the school, as LHS offers daily after-school academic support, with both teacher- and student-run tutoring in all content areas. School leadership is essential at all levels within LHS. Teacher-leaders are utilized to help make decisions and strengthen our curriculum and instruction, while working with departments to plan for the upcoming year.
In addition to our diverse academics, LHS offers a robust variety of extracurricular opportunities, from our successful athletics program to clubs and student groups that serve the school community. School spirit is at the heart of LHS, with Lansing Bobcat pride visible throughout our campus and community.
Our faculty and staff members and students develop close, personal relationships that continue for many years, further growing the Lansing community. At LHS, each student is valued as an individual and a member of the community.
Lansing High School
300 Ridge Road
Lansing, NY, 14882-9021
Ms. Colleen Ledley, Principal at time of Nomination
Title I School
Lansing Central School District
We will inspire our students to be knowledgeable, responsible, healthy and compassionate citizens.
- Black/African American: 2%
- White: 82%
- Hispanic: 4%
- Asian: 3%
- Native American: 1%
- Two or more races: 8%
- ELL: 1%
- Economically Disadvantaged: 22%