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Dear LHS Parents and Students,
Graduation is a joyous occasion that allows the teachers and staff of Lecanto High School to celebrate the accomplishments of the students and of the parents’ hard work in high school!

One of the events that precedes graduation is the Baccalaureate ceremony that is taking place on May 21st at 3PM and will be held at First United Methodist Church of Homosassa.  The service consists of the students processing into the church in their cap and gown where the pastor will recognize them followed by the service which usually runs about an hour, has student involvement in the music and service, and involvement of several religious leaders of our community.  It is a non-denominational event and is followed by a small reception in the FUMC fellowship hall.

The graduation commencement is an ending and a beginning for our students.  We want to celebrate in every way that we can the accomplishments of the LHS graduating class. Baccalaureate is a wonderful opportunity to bless our graduates as they proceed with the next stage of their lives.

Baccalaureate Service
Honoring the LHS graduating class of 2017

Sunday May 21st, 2017
First United Methodist Church
8831 West Bradshaw Street
Homosassa, FL 34448

First Priority Club and the Fellowship
of Christian Athletes


Scholarship Bulletin 10 Posted


New NCAA / NAIA Information Added
Check under "ATHLETICS" tab


Graduation FAQ document added to Graduation section in navigation bar


Clinic Medications End of Year Notice
All student medications in the clinic need to be picked up by a parent or guardian no later than the last day of school (Thursday, May 25, 2017). After this date, all remaining medications will be transported to District Student Services in the Lecanto Complex. If student medications are not picked up from District Student Services in Lecanto by Friday, June 2, 2017 they will be disposed of.


Message Concerning Prom Tickets

Senior Tickets and their off campus guest: https://www.localevelevents.com/events/details/3007

Junior tickets and their off campus guest: https://www.localevelevents.com/events/details/3011

Be aware that you must use your student number to purchase a ticket. Every LHS student that needs a ticket has to use their student number to log in to purchase. The guest tickets are only for approved, off campus guests.

If you are taking an off campus guest, please see Coach Allan to verify that your guest is approved before buying tickets. If they are not, the ticket will be revoked and NO REFUNDS.

Please be aware of the dress code. If you are deemed in violation, you will not be able to enter and we will not refund your ticket.

Students and guests must present the following
to enter the prom:
A valid ID: School ID, driver’s license, passport
Copy of their ticket with the QR code. It can be printed ticket or on their electronic device
Students will be scanned into the prom and out if they leave before 10:30 PM.


Scholarship Bulletin 7 Added


Scholarship Bulletin 6 Added


Information about Withlacoochee Technical
College's Open House on March 9.


3 - 6
Dates of LHS AP Review Sessions
Date of Full Practice Test of the AP Exam


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New Scholarship Application added
under "Students" > Scholarships (community)


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Prom Guest Application added
under PROM 2017 tab. Click here


Prom Dress Code added to
PROM 2017 tab. Click here


Looking to Join AVID?
AVID Application click here
Deadline: March 10, 2017


Lecanto High School Announces Microsoft Office Specialist State Champion Finalist


Scholarship Bulletin 5 now available


regarding Outside Food
Delivery to Lecanto High School


2017 Coastal Camp Citrus Application and Info.


2017 - 2018 LHS Registration Timeline


Attention Seniors:
Grad Bash Tickets will go on sale January 23rd and be available for only a limited time. There is limited space available and the tickets will be sold on a first come, first served basis. All Seniors will receive a Grad Bash packet in their homeroom class next week. In order to be added to the Grad Bash list, you must have all paperwork completed and full payment of $110. NO TICKETS WILL BE SOLD AFTER FEBRUARY 13th. Tickets are ONLY for sale BEFORE school in front of Mrs. Duclos’ room (97-114). Be sure to read the packet carefully and email Mrs. Duclos if you have any questions or concerns.


Students...Click here for link to
CenturyLink's Low Internet Cost Program


Information concerning the Citrus Tech Line


The Citrus County School District would like to remind you of the option to receive text messages from the district, in the event of an emergency. 
In order for parents/guardians to receive emergency related text messages from the school district, the parent/guardian must have their cell phone number on their student’s Emergency Contact Form on file at the child’s school. 

This feature is available for the first three cell phone numbers listed on the student’s Emergency Contact Form.  Text Messages will only be sent for Emergency notifications.  If you currently have your cell phone number on your child’s Emergency Contact Form at your student’s school, and you have not opted in already, you can take advantage of this opportunity by texting ‘YES’ to 67587.”


Attention Mid-Year Graduates
seeking Bright Futures

A mid-year graduate is a student who graduates September 1 through January 31 of an academic year and seeks funding for the spring academic term following graduation. Students who graduate early but do not seek funding until a subsequent academic year are not considered mid-year graduates for Bright Futures.

The student graduating early and seeking funding for the spring term must submit the Florida Financial Aid Application (FFAA) by August 31 PRIOR TO the intended graduation date. There are NO EXCEPTIONS to this application deadline. The student must meet the scholarship requirements in effect for the academic year in which he/she graduates. (Example: A December 2016 graduate must meet the 2016-17 scholarship eligibility requirements as well as the general program requirements as outlined earlier in this document.)

Service hours completed by high school graduation and test scores for test dates through January 31 will be considered in a mid-year graduate’s Final Evaluation. A student’s Final transcript evaluation MUST include a graduation date.

If determined eligible as a mid-year graduate, a student may receive funding for the spring term, if enrolled. These students will be evaluated for renewal of their scholarships at the end of the next academic year of funding.
If a student does not graduate mid-year as planned and wishes to apply as an end-of-year graduate, the student must submit a new FFAA after the new application opens on December 1.

Reference the Bright Futures Student Handbook for the latest updates: