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student holding certificate

Congratulations to the 38 graduates of the 2022 Junior Police Academy, sponsored by the Lawrence Police Department.

Cheer team doing stunt

Our very own Lawrence Lancer Varsity Cheer Team has earned their invitation to Nationals this year. Well done! The competition is held in Virginia and the team would love your support. They are holding a Cheer Showcase with all 3 Lawernce competition teams so that all their fans can see them in action. FREE entry this Friday, March 18th 6-7:30pm in the Lawrence High School Gym. Come out to watch the routines these athletes work hard to perform. Individual tumbling and stunting competitions as well! Donations greatly appreciated to support their trip to Nationals! Let's Go Lancers!

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students and teacher with their mural

LHS Art Teacher, Mr. Allshouse has organized student painted murals all over the LHS Campus and in parts of the city. The most recent project was created when a group of students started working last year on Zoom and continued this year to design and paint this beautiful mural in the hallway near the Arlington School gymnasium. They chose to represent parts of Lawrence's textile history, diversity of immigration, the natural world as well as recognizing the original indigenous population. There is also a fun nod to the mascot of the Arlington School. Can you find it?

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Cheer team posed on field

The Lawrence High School Co-Ed Varsity cheerleaders won the MVC Championships for their division two weeks ago and competed in the North Regional Championships on March 6th, where they earned the title of North Region Co-Ed Champions! They are headed to the State Championships at Worcester State University this coming Sunday, March 13th to compete against the best teams in the state! Our athletes have been working incredibly hard for the past two seasons and are hoping to earn a bid to the National Championships in Virginia Beach. In order to do that, the team will need to score an 80 on the judging scoresheet at the State Championships! Wish them luck! Go Lancers! 

Student in college gear

Exciting day at LHS Campus when Senior Jordany Volquez, surrounded by family, friends, teammates and coaches signed a 4 year scholarship to North Carolina Agricultural & Technical State University. We wish our local track star all the best in his college career! Great work, Jordany!