Lemont High School provides its students with a number of on-campus and online resources to aid their academic endeavors. Students may utilize these sources for academic support as their schedule permits.
Located in N106 and N129, Lemont High School's Center for Academic Vision and Excellence (CAVE) serves as a hub to support students in all realms of the educational setting.
Faculty members provide academic and instructional support, manage student progress, and serve as positive role models and mentors. Student tutors are selected to assist as well. The faculty stationed in the CAVE not only work with students who need assistance, but also mentor and support the student tutors.
By providing academic and instructional support and highlighting the value of both mentors and positive role models, the CAVE helps fulfill Lemont High School's mission, which is for all students to become life-long learners and productive citizens in a rapidly changing world.
The CAVE is open during all class periods, including all lunch periods. Additionally, it is open from 7:20-7:50 a.m. on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays; from 7:45-8:30 a.m. on Wednesdays; and from 2:45-3:15 p.m. on Tuesdays.
Students are welcome and encouraged to visit the CITGO Innovation Academy as often as their schedule permits. There are specific rules, procedures and guidelines of conduct by which all students must comply.
The CITGO Innovation Academy consistently obtains new materials to benefit the education of Lemont High School students.
All notifications regarding overdue materials are sent to students through their school-issued e-mail accounts.
Technology is a cornerstone of every Lemont High School student's education. In addition to each student being issued a Chromebook through the LNS@LHS 1:1 Teaching and Learning program, the school includes one general computer lab, as well as specialized computer labs for Art, Career & Technical Education, Computer Aided Design (CAD), and Robotics.
All students and staff who use the school's computer network must abide by its Technology Use Expectations. All users of the school's computer network are representatives of Lemont High School and should act accordingly. Violating the Technology Use Expectations results in consequences, which may include, but are not limited to, loss of access to the school's computer network.
Thanks to a grant received through the Illinois Clean Energy Foundation, Lemont High School was able to install a solar panel on campus in Summer 2009. The panel is located in the school's courtyard, and provides students with important information and good "real-life" experiences with renewable energy. The solar panel generates electricity that the school is able to use, and also offsets carbon dioxide emissions.
Lemont High School is part of the exclusive WeatherBug Network, which allows WGN-TV viewers access to powerful, precise and accurate weather information. WGN Chief Meteorologist Tom Skilling has access to many local weather tracking stations in the Chicagoland area, and the MotionCam perched atop Lemont High School assists in providing images for WGN weather coverage.