The faculty and staff of Lee High School will provide the highest standard of education to students of all ability levels to enable them to meet the standards of an ever-changing world. We will consistently provide updated technology and innovative educational techniques and strategies to meet the educational, vocational, social, psychological, and physiological needs and interests of our students. We will strive to prepare students to be responsible citizens who have an appreciation for our democratic way of life.
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The faculty and staff of Lee High School have a committment and passion for the mission and the success of Lee High School. We are committed to improve the performance of our students to not only meet the state standards, but to exceed those standards. Please feel free to contact me at any time with your concerns.
The Lee County School Board is committed to a policy of nondiscrimination with regard to race, color, sex, age, religion, disability, national origin, or status as a parent. This attitude will prevail in all of its policies concerning staff, students, educational programs and services, and individuals and entities with whom the Board does business. Read more
Mountain District Website
To find out the latest scores and final scores in the Mountain District, including Lee High School, please visit the link on the left side of our webpage.
Lee High Band Earns Virginia Honor Band Status
The Lee High Generals Band scored a Superior Rating at District VII Concert Band Assessment at Virginia High School. With the superior rating at the District VII Concert Assessment in the spring, along with a Superior Rating in State Marching Band Assessment in the fall, the band earned Virginia Honor Band status, the first time in school's history the band has achieved the title of Virginia Honor Band.
2017-2018 Program of Studies
To see the full list and information concerning the 2017-2018 Lee County Schools Program of Studies, please click here.
Online Transcript Provider
Students needing to order your high school transcript for college, may use the link below to Parchment Exchange. Lee County Schools is offering this service to make ordering transcripts easier for you. Parchment allows you to order an official transcript and deliver it to the destination you choose - colleges, employers, military, or even to your own home. You will also receive an unofficial transcript for your own use, stored in your Parchment Account. Questions may be directed to the Guidance Office.
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Lee High offers "What you missed in class today" on each individual teacher's website page. Click onto the Academics link on the top right and choose a teacher. Missed assignments are posted each day by 3:00 p.m. Please click here to go straight to the Faculty page.
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Sunday, April 23, 2017
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Lee High News & Highlights
Baseball defeats Union
Courtney Cox hits Grand Slam in Softball in win over Union
Brooke Hammonds earns MVP Honors at Virginia High School Coaches All-Star Game
Brooke Hammonds, a 5-11 point guard from Lee High School in Jonesville earned one of the two MVP awards for Team D after scoring 17 points.
Girls Tennis to play four matches April 24-28
Due to inclement weather, the Lee High tennis teams will be overloading play next week as they will play four days. Please check later for exact dates and places.
Girls Soccer defeats Union; Boys fall to Union
Bryston Trent Receives Army ROTC Scholarship
Bryston Trent, a senior at Lee High School, has received the Army ROTC Scholarship. The Four-Year High School Scholarship is for high school students planning on attending a four-year college program. Scholarship winners must serve for four years; non-scholarship Cadets who enroll in the ROTC Advanced Course must serve for three years. All who graduate and complete ROTC training are commissioned as Second Lieutenants in the U.S. Army. Congratulations Bryston.
Allison Cochran and Taylor Hines sign with Emory and Henry Band
Allison Cochran and Taylor Hines both signed letters of intent to continue their band careers at Emory and Henry College. Cochran plans to continue her career as a majorette, the second Lee High Majorette to continue her career in college. Hines will be continuing his career playing the trumpet. Congratulations to both Allison and Taylor.
May 6: Prom
Mason Polier places 4th at VHSL State Wrestling
Mason Polier finished off his Freshman year with a fourth place finish at the VHSL State Wrestling. Polier finished the season with a 44-20 record, a third place finish at the Conference 40 tournament and Region IV tournament and finally a fourth place finish at the state tournament. Polier went 2-2 for the tournament. He is the first freshman to place at state.
Mr. and Miss LHS Crowned
Brooke Hammonds and Ethan "Tiger" Dickenson were crowned Mr. and MissLee High School on January 20 before the Ridgeview/Lee High Basketball games. Congratulations Brooke and Tiger.
Lee High Volleyball Ends Championships season in Regional Semi-Finals
The Lee High School Lady Generals Volleyball team ended the dramatic Championship season last night at Lebanon High School in the Regional Semi-Finals after a hard fought 5 set loss to Giles High School. Lee High ended the season as the Conference 40 regular season champions, Conference 40 tournament runner-up to Gate City and in the top 16 of the state. Lee High loses only one senior. Congratulations on a great season.
An Important Fashion Message: The Sandals Timeline: When to Ditch Those Open Toes
Here at Lee High School, we believe in keeping our students up to date with all the important information they will need to improve their lives, not only educationally and athletically, but in the fashion world, as well. As many of you former students and present Lee High Students know, Open Toe Season is not only a date we all can expose our toes to the world, but it is also a reason to have a parade. But do you know when Open Toe Season actually ends? Well, fear not fashion faux pas-ers...that's French for Ewww! What are you wearing? Today, we will give you a little lesson on when you should hide those phalanges of the foot.
August Fall, shmall. The sun is out and we’re in no rush to speed up the end of the summer. Flaunt that pedicure in all its polished glory. It’s still sandal season, after all.
September Pre-fall. It’s a season now (well, in the fashion world, at least). And the first day of school – for you, or your little ones – is always full of outfit planning. So, until the last day of summer hits on September 21, you’re free to rock gladiators and wedge sandals as you please. Just leave the flip-flops for dorm showers and pool visits.
October It’s officially autumn – which means it’s time to pack up your jewel-clad thong sandals and gladiators and break out those lug-sole boots. Open-toed wedges can stay around, though. Just pair them with dainty ankle socks. Come Halloween, though, toes should be covered. No excuses.
So remember...don't be a FASHION FAUX PAS. Know when Open Toe Season begins and ends.
Online Dangers in the Digital World
The Lee County School System takes seriously the dangers for our students concerning the online world . Please click on the following link to read about the dangers of the digital world. Click here for the link.
Hoax firebomb, explosive, construct, use or send punishable by 1 year to 5 years imprisoned. However, be aware that the laws may also include a change depending on the circumstances on the federal level: Whoever, through the use of the mail, telephone, telegraph or other instrument of interstate or foreign commerce, or in or affecting interstate or foreign commerce, willfully makes a threat or maliciously conveys false information knowing the same to be false, concerning an attempt or alleged attempt being made or to be made, to kill, injure, or intimidate any individual or unlawfully to damage or destroy any building, vehicle, or other real or personal property by means of fire or an explosive, shall be imprisoned for not more than 10 years or fined under this title, or both.
All pictures and images on the Lee High website and the Lee High Gallery are the property of Angela Thomas. No reproduction or reprint is allowed without the written consent of Angela Thomas and Lee High School. Please contact Angela Thomas at Lee High School if you are interested in purchasing any of the pictures on the website.
Parents who are interested in keeping up with the materials on which your child will be testing throughout the year in your child's classes may see the Pacing Guides on our website. English Pacing Guides are available by clicking onto the side link or by clicking here.
The Lee County School System prohibits all Electronic Cigarettes on all of its school grounds. Please see the Student Code of Conduct or the Student Handbook concerning tobacco products or electronic cigarettes. Any questions concerning the policy or questions concerning violation and/or action should contact the Lee County School Board at 276-346-2107.
Please refer to the side link for information concerning disciplinary violations and actions. Please contact Michelle Warner or Stacey Belcher if you have any questions concerning a disciplinary action.
Crisis Management Committee
In response to Governor Bob McDonnell's announcement of a state plan to review school safety in Virginia to ensure the safety of all children in the classroom, Lee High School has comprised a goup of leading educators, public safety experts, local leaders and legislators to review school safety, including established policies and procedures, crisis and emergency management plans, threat assessment protocols, as well as to share best practices and identify resource challenges. The Crisis Management Committee includes: Jill Carson
Melanie Jorgensen, Jennifer Napier, Melissa Barrier, Charles Barrier, Lena McCall, Ben Sadler, Hope Yeary, Angela Collingsworth, Angela Thomas, Sheilah Spivey, Edie Cope, Alexis Carson, Terry Welch, Stachey Belcher and Michelle Warner.
Indistar® plan is a web-based system implemented by a state education agency, district, or charter school organization for use with district and/or school improvement teams to inform, coach, sustain, track, and report improvement ac-tivities.
Similar to a global positioning system (GPS), Indistar® tells you where you are and helps you get to where you want to be — every child learning and every school improving. Indistar® is stocked with indicators of evidence-based practices at the district, school, and classroom levels to improve student learning. But Indistar® is also customizable, so that the client (SEA, LEA, or charter organization) can populate or enhance the system with its own indicators of effective practice. The system also accommodates rubrics for assessment of the indicators.
Parents may log onto Indistar to view the School Improvement of Lee High School. The following is a list of the reports that Parents may view:
Celebrate Our Success!
This report shows indicators which have been determined by the Leadership Team to be fully implemented, either in the team’s initial assessment or after meeting the objective for the indicator. These indicators are the school’s norms, what is done routinely and with high quality.
Where Are We Now?
This is an overview of the school’s execution of its plan for improvement in graph form, as well as a list of fully implemented and completed indicators.
Here you will see a detailed description of the improvement plan including all assessments, plans, tasks, monitoring, and implementation information.
This report displays summary information such as the number of meetings held, number of indicators assessed and planned, number of coaching comments, and forms submitted as well as district leadership team information.
Here you will see indicators asessed as fully implemented or indicators for which plans were created and the objective is now met.
To login to the Indistar Plan, please click on the following link and login with the following: GuestS12167
Khan Academy, SOL Practice Tests and other Educational Resources Now Available
The Khan Academy is an organization on a mission. It is a not-for-profit academy with the goal of changing education for the better by providing a free world-class education to anyone anywhere.
All of the site's resources are available to anyone. It doesn't matter if you are a student, teacher, home-schooler, principal, adult returning to the classroom after 20 years, or a friendly alien just trying to get a leg up in earthly biology. The Khan Academy's materials and resources are available to you completely free of charge.
How it works for students
Students can make use of our extensive video library, practice exercises, and assessments from any computer with access to the web.
Over 2100 videos
The Academy's library of videos covers K-12 math, science topics such as biology, chemistry, and physics, and even reaches into the humanities with playlists on finance and history. Each video is a digestible chunk, approximately 10 minutes long, and especially purposed for viewing on the computer.
As a world-class research facility, Jefferson Lab is a valued partner to the local, regional and national education community. Jefferson Lab's long-term commitment to science education continues to focus on increasing the number of teachers with a substantial background in math and science, strengthening the motivation and preparation of all students, especially minorities and females, and addressing the serious under representation of minorities and females in science, math, engineering and technology careers.
Lee High School’s beliefs are:
We believe in the worth of all students and believe that their worth will be increased by providing tools to be life-long learners.
We believe that students must understand that they are the ones ultimately responsible for their learning.
We believe that diversity is a strength and should be celebrated, both in the content of our curriculum and the make-up of our student body.
We believe that a safe, positive, and supportive atmosphere is invaluable.
We believe that instruction should meet the needs of all students, regardless of the level of learning or the way in which they learn.
We believe that technology positively impacts student achievement as it changes the teaching and learning environment.
We believe that Respect, Attitude, Cooperation, Effort, and Responsibility (R.A.C.E.R) are integral to success, and we strive to model and teach these values as a part of our curriculum