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Lassiter Trojans in the News

We know you don’t want to miss a thing, so be sure to check this page often to find out all of the great things happening at LHS.

Service Academy/ROTC Scholarship Night

On Tuesday, September 8 at 7:00 p.m. in ROTC room 715 there will be a service academy/ROTC scholarship night for students and parents who have an interest in the service and/or ROTC. There will be representatives from each branch of service to discuss their academy and college ROTC program.

Homecoming Week Information

Lassiter Student Council is proud to announce the theme for this year’s homecoming is “Game On” highlighting both popular board and video games. The game and parade are both on Friday, September 18. The parade application form, along with the $40.00 entry fee, is due to Ashley Kirby by Tuesday, September 8. You may e-mail the form and submit the payment to the school. Please make checks out to Lassiter High School.

Furthermore, the student council is conducting a t-shirt design contest for the homecoming spirit shirt. We will place the winning design on a white shirt, and we will announce the artist at the whiteout homecoming game during halftime. Submit designs by e-mail either to Ashley Kirby or Kirstene Lohlein by Wednesday, September 9.

Veterans Day Concert

On Wednesday, November 11 at 7:30 p.m., the United States Army Field Band and Soldiers' Chorus will be performing a free concert in the Lassiter Concert Hall. Please check out our poster for more information and take a look at the flyer to learn how to reserve tickets. 

Online Payment Center

The Online Payment Center is now active and ready to access for the 2015-2016 school year, and families can now easily pay for various items such as class dues, the All Sports Pass, and parking. Please visit the Online Payment Center and enjoy the convenience of online payments. 

Earn Free Money and Supplies for LHS!

You can help our school earn free money and supplies just by shopping! LHS is partnering with the community rewards programs at Target, Kroger, and Coca Cola. The rewards we earn just by buying our favorite products will go toward purchasing things like sports equipment and necessary classroom supplies. Please view the flyer for more details on how you can participate in this fun and easy fundraiser!

Earning Credit Through Demonstrating Subject Area Competency (Testing Out)

As of February 24, 2015, the Cobb County School District has made the following announcement:

In response to the state’s recent announcement that local systems could decide whether to offer test out or not, Cobb has decided that we will not offer the test out option this spring since we will not have scores back until this fall to inform necessary placement decisions. We will re-evaluate the option again in the fall and spring of next year. All questions should be directed to the office of assessment and personalized learning at the Cobb County School District website.

Beginning in the 2013-14 school year, students will have the option of testing out of a high school course. The deadlines to submit a registration form to the school counseling office are September 12, 2014, and February 27, 2015.

In order to test out, a student may participate in the administration of an End-of-Course Test prior to enrolling in and taking the course, and if he or she scores at the “exceeds” level on the state assessment, he or she will be awarded credit for that course.

Testing Letter

Rise Above Ordinary

We are Lassiter High! Let us show you how we are anything but ordinary. We invite you to sit back and enjoy our video showcase featuring the best we have to offer--our amazing students! We are dedicated to reaching excellence and climbing higher!

LNN Broadcasts

For Trojan video clips and news broadcasts, visit our LNN Broadcast portal.