Beginning with the 2018-19 school year, Lemont High School students were afforded the opportunity to be recognized by the State of Illinois for earning proficiency in English and one additional language.
The line-ups both for entertainment and food and drink have been established for the Lemont High School Educational Foundation’s “Food for Thought: Taste of Lemont”, which will be held from 5-11 p.m. on Saturday, September 7, near the Metra Lot in downtown Lemont.
The newest members of Lemont High School’s Athletic Hall of Fame will be introduced at a ceremony on Sunday, September 15, at Cog Hill Golf Club in Lemont. Included among the hall of fame’s 15th induction class will be Eugene Goldsmith ‘77, Rich Jakusz ‘74, Kyle Spoo ‘10, Jason Taylor ‘97 and Melanie (Waszak) Martinez ‘10.
Lemont High School District 210 Superintendent Dr. Mary Ticknor has been elected to the prestigious Suburban School Superintendents organization.
From 5-11 p.m. on Saturday, September 7, the Lemont High School Educational Foundation will host “Food for Thought: Taste of Lemont” near the Metra Lot in downtown Lemont.
Kurt Korte, a long-time Lemont resident who has served the community in a variety of roles, has been appointed by the Lemont High School District 210 Board of Education to fill the vacancy left by the resignation of former board member Mike Shackel last month.
Lemont High School senior Taylor Shimkus has achieved something only a handful of high school students ever will accomplish.
Five Lemont High School students earned “medalist” status on the 2019 National Spanish Examinations (NSE), which were administered earlier this year.
Ten-year member Mike Shackel has submitted his resignation from the Lemont High School District 210 Board of Education.
Golden Apple Scholars of Illinois annually honors the “cream of the crop” of future teachers, and for the first time since 2015, a Lemont High School student can lay claim to this most prestigious of awards.