Recent News

Congratulations to the following Lady Leopard Volleyball students!

Kendall Johnson - 17-4A Blocker of the Year, Academic All District, Academic All State, Super Centex First Team Blocker; Academic All - State, TGCA All Star Alternate

Kourtney Johnson - First team All District, Academic All District, Academic All State, TGCA All Star Alternate

Kelsie Murie - Academic All District, 17-4A 

Morgan Adams - Academic All District

Callan Holmes - 17-4A Hitter of the Year, Academic All District, TGCA All State, 2nd Team Super Centex

Tracy Jander - 17-4A Honorable Mention, Academic All District

Ashlynn Sorrells - 17-4A 2nd Team All District, Academic All District

Jenna Thompson - 17-4A 2nd Team All District and 2nd team Academic All District

Maddie Miller - 17-4A Defensive Player of the Year, 2nd team Super Centex

Bailey Allison - 17-4A Honorable Mention, Academic All District

Congratulations to Sydney Teer and Blayne Jackson for placing in the Burnet Swim Meet. Sydney placed 3rd in the Girls 200 Yard Freestyle and the 100 Yard Backstroke.  Blayne placed 1st in the Boys 50 Yard Freestyle and 100 Yard Butterfly.  

Lorena High School History Fair Results:

Individual Exhibits:
1st-Haylee Jacobsen-”Brigham Young:Western Colonizer”
2nd-Gage Warren-”Fast Food:No Family Time”
3rd-Kayla Garner-”Nelson Mandela:The Fight Against Apartheid” Group Exhibits:
1st-Carter and Claire Conradt-”The Many Faces of Benjamin Franklin”
2nd-Bradyn Braziel, McKenzie Maldonado, Grace Davis-”Jesus Christ and the Christianity Movement”| Individual Website:
1st-Joel Horton-”Samuel Palmer Brooks:Leading the Baylor Community from 1902-1931” Group Website:
1st-Carter Scherr and Isaac Romer-”Ulysses S. Grant:All-American President and Hero”
2nd-Emily Jander and Sloane Baker-”Theodore Roosevelt: A Leader and His Legacy”
3rd-Jacey Moore, Madi Tatum, and Alana Armstrong-”Winston Churchill”
***All of these students and their projects qualify for the Baylor Heart of Texas History Fair in February.

As part of its DriveitHOMETM parent education campaign, The Allstate Foundation and the National Safety Council are bringing the award-winning ThinkFast Interactive® educational game show to Lorena High School at 6:00 pm, on December 15th. 

ThinkFast Interactive® is a live, exciting, rapid-fire trivia game show that engages the entire audience with chances to win an array of great prizes, while clearly demonstrating the biggest risks facing new teen drivers and what parents can do to reduce these risks, backed by the research driven message of DriveitHOMETM.

Car crashes continue to be the No. 1 killer of teens in the U.S. and in Texas, killing more teens each year than suicide and homicide combined. From 2007 to 2012, more than 2,100 Texas drivers ages 13 to 19 were involved in fatal crashes. Recent research from The Allstate Foundation shows 43 percent of Texas parents don’t know car crashes are the No.1 cause of teen deaths.

This is an excellent opportunity for parents of teens currently driving and for those who aren’t driving yet! The event is free to all who attend and for every parent-teen pair in attendance; our school will receive extra grant funds that will go towards improving our school and classrooms.

Please bring your teen and join us on Monday, December 15th, from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m.!!!

Welcome to LHS

Our Vision 

Lorena High School will assure excellence and readiness for a changing world.
Every One, Every Way, Every Day

Our Mission

In order to fulfill our vision, Lorena High School will facilitate greatness in our students by promoting:
1. academic excellence through high expectations and comprehensive, relevant curriculum;
2. personal integrity by modeling appropriate behavior in all situations;
3. and positive self-esteem through student recognition and positive relationships.
  December 2014  
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Office Open: 7:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

First Bell: 7:45 a.m.

School Begins: 7:50 a.m.

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