Welcome to Ludington High School
Ready to serve. The Ludington High School staff assembled for a group photo.
We 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.
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.
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The Tradition of Senior Letters Continues
On Friday, October 5th, AP students met with LHS administration and counselors. During this meeting, students were made aware of changes CollegeBoard has made to the AP exam ordering process.
Students wishing to sign up for the AP Exam(s) need to complete the attached form or pick one up from the counseling office. Please return the completed form to the counseling office by Friday, November 9th by 3 pm! There is a $40 down payment per test due at this time. If paying by check make it out to LHS with AP Exam in the memo line. If you have questions please contact the counseling office @ 231-845-3860.
The Ludington vs. South Christian soccer match is scheduled to be streamed on the internet from this link at 6pm today.
Fitness Walking class taking advantage of a wonderful sunny September morning down at the Harbor Front Marina Park. Groups went to find 9 statues around the park and take a photo of their group showing they had found them all. The weather has been so cooperative the class has logged in a total of 34.50 miles for September.
See attached flyer for the November 11 soccer tryouts.
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.