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March 10, 2017

Is your child missing something?  The Transportation Office has collected many items that were left on a bus!  Coats, sweatshirts, hats, gloves, water bottles, and ...

Come out and see our talented students perform Crazy For You on March 17th and 18th. Click the title above for ticket information.

Congratulations to the Varsity Boys Basketball Team for their win last night over Susquehanna Township in overtime 45-41. We are so very proud of these boys and coaches for all of their hard work!!!

Keystone Exam Dates!

January 3, 2017

Algebra Keystone Exam - January 9-10, 2017 Literature Keystone Exams - January 12-13, 2017 Biology Keystone Exams - January 12-13, 2017

Field Hockey Reunion

January 1, 2017


Field Hockey Reunion

January 1, 2017



December 7, 2016

ATTENTION Class of 2017 Parents CAP & GOWN ORDERS ARE DUE NOW!!!!  The cost is $25 Payable to LHS. Please see Mrs. Strevig in the main office.

Class of 2017 Senior Parents GRADUATION ANNOUNCEMENT orders are being accepted NOW.  Information was handed out to your student on December 7,2016.  For mor...

This is a reminder that yearbooks are currently on sale online and for a limited time! The deadline for purchasing a yearbook is December 16th, 2016. If you are interested,...

Love Sick

November 29, 2016

A romantic comedy featuring nine scenes concerning love and loss, from the writer of Almost, Maine

Keystone Testing Information

November 22, 2016

Littlestown High School will administer the Keystone Winter Exams January 9th - 19th. The testing window is only for students who are retesting or who are in 11th grade ...

New Counselor at HACC

November 21, 2016

Littlestown High School is pleased to announce Sara Maines, Harrisburg Area Community College Admissions Counselor, will now be available for regular office hours, student an...

Bullying Survey for Students

November 4, 2016

Littlestown High School is participating in the Olweus Bullying Prevention Program. Students will receive directions from teachers to use this online survey.

Purchase Yearbook On-line

October 25, 2016

To order a yearbook, please click on this link to the publisher's site for your convenience.  Yearbooks can be ordered until December 12, 2016.  Shop Balfour.

Attention Parents: The Byrnes Center will be hosting a CyberWise Digital Citizenship Program for parents and families to learn how to discuss the everlasting nature and potential consequences of actions online with their children. More details on the attached flyer.

Pre-Sale Tickets are on sale in the Athletic Office for this Friday's football game vs Delone Catholic. They will be available from 9:00 am until 2:00 pm.

HACC, Gettysburg Campus will be hosting Health Career Discovery Day Friday, October 21st 9:00am-12:00pm Students will have an opportunity to speak with program directors, professors, and local employers about HACC’s several health career program offerings!

The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) would like to inform you about several entry-level positions that are ideal for a student's first step into the professional workforce.

College Fair

September 7, 2016

A College Fair will be held at Gettysburg College (Hauser Field House) tomorrow, Thursday, Sept 8th between 6:30 and 8 pm ...

Back to School night August 17, 2016 at the High School from 6-8

First Day of School

August 15, 2016

Reminder the first day of school is August 24,2016.

Back to School Night

July 28, 2016

Back to School Night August 17, 2016 6-8pm

The Agriculture Construction Students this past year built three storage shed and a chicken coop. Two of the sheds built (8’ x 12’) and the chicken coop were built as projects to be sold. Students learned basic residential construction by building the floor, walls, rafters, roof, doors, and then installing vinyl siding on the sheds.

Advanced Placement (AP) courses are designed to provide a college-level educational experience to high school students. Many colleges grant credits for high scores on AP Exams, and research shows that a score of 3 or higher is predictive of college success and graduation.