Welcome to Ludington High School

Ludington High School News

Subscribe to RSS Feed for Ludington High School News View Archives
May 19, 2022
Senior Scholarship Assembly

We will live-stream the assembly on May 19th at 12:30 on our Ludington Athletics YouTube channel.

May 13, 2022
LHS Loves Ludington
Service Day
LHS Loves Ludington by Jennifer Rowe


Welcome back Orioles!

This video contains must-know information for starting the 2021-22 school year. Watch it before coming next Tuesday. Reach out to Mr. Mesyar dmesyar@lasd.net or Mr. Forsberg sforsberg@lasd.net with any questions.



Canvas Instructure Learning Management System

This school year, we are using the Canvas learning management system.  Take a look at the Tech for Parents page to learn how you can create an account which allows you to observe what your child is doing in their courses.

LHS Calendar

LHS Calendar
Last Month Previous May 2022 Next Next Month
1 2 3 4 5
6 7
8 9 10 11 12 13 14
15 16 17 18 19
22 23
25 26 27
29 30
US news 2021

LHS Staff 2021
Ludington High School Staff

 Principal Dan Mesyar and Assistant Principal Steve ForsbergWe have a long tradition of excellence in academics and co-curricular activities at LHS, and are proud to continue that into the future. In addition to strong academics that include eight Advanced Placement offerings, we offer a robust, well-rounded curriculum in all facets of the visual, performing and applied arts. Ludington High School is a place where students can feel safe, be themselves and excel in a variety of areas. We place an emphasis on the relational aspect of teaching and learning, where teachers are devoted to knowing the individual student and his or her needs and helping them move forward. Through our one-to-one technology initiative and an emphasis on engaging teaching, we seek to prepare students for the world, the workplace and continuing education. We look forward to partnering with parents and the community to create highly successful learners for the 21st century. 

LHS Vision

In an environment which recognizes that learning is relational, students will engage in the complex questions that face them--in the world, the workplace, and continuing education--and use the perspective and skills of each field to address these issues.

508 N. Washington Ave.
(231) 845-3880
Office Hours: 7:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.

Attendance Office - Paula Holden
(231) 845-3883

Fax: (231) 845-3881

LHS Handbook

LHS Student Health & Safety Protocols

District Volunteer Opportunities

LHS Staff


Assistant Principal

Athletic Director

Athletic Secretary


Athletic Trainer

Counseling Secretary

Attendance Office

Computer Technician