Littlestown High School News

LHS Junior, Owen Yingling, will be singing in a free recital at the Gettysburg College on May 8, 2016 at 2:00 p.m. Bring your Mother for a special Mother's Day event!

Children ages 3-5 are welcome and Preschool runs from the end of October until the end of April/beginning of May, Monday through Thursdays from 7:45 until 9:15 am (1st and 2nd periods here at the High School). Cost will be $75 for the entire year.

Want an advanced degree and a rewarding career without the burden of tens of thousands of dollars in student debt? Then consider a technical or trade school or a community college associate degree or certification program in a professional field.

The last couple months have been hectic with all the fundraisers, collections, requests for donations and special events to help others. I’ve been very touched by the amount of generosity I see in the LASD community.

Riding The Bus

January 14, 2016

Riding a school bus is a great way for your child to get to school. In the United States, 23 million students take the bus to and from school each day. Unfortunately, you may already know that the greatest risk involved is not riding the school bus, but getting on and off the bus.

Tour Dates: June 19 - 28, 2017. It's easy to enroll, just go to the website and fill in the blanks. The only money down is the $95 enrollment fee. The balance can be divided into monthly payments payable on the date of your choosing.

If you’ve considered enrolling in the next LASD European tour but are concerned about safety, rest assured you’re not alone. And, neither will our group be alone!

The Littlestown chapter of the Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) is quite busy this time of year, as we enter the upswing in our competitive events and fundraising campaign.

On November 12th, the LHS Social Studies Club visited the Pennsylvania State Capitol.  We took a group picture with State Senator Rich Alloway then had breakfast with stude...

Showtimes are Friday, December 4, 2015 and Saturday, December 5, 2015 at 7:30 p.m. Click on the Headline to order Tickets.

On Oct. 27th through the 31st, eight Littlestown FFA members traveled to Louisville, Kentucky to participate in the 88th National FFA Convention to compete in two different Career Development Event Contests (CDE’s). The two competitions they participated in were Forestry, and the Environmental and Natural Resource. The Littlestown FFA students qualified to compete at the national competition since they won 1st place at the Pennsylvania State competition in June.

Orders must be received by November 13th. Payment must be included and made payable to: Littlestown FFA Complete Order Form Here

NHS "Red Out" for Heart Disease

September 30, 2015

In order to raise awareness and money to combat this disease National Honor Society is running a district-wide “Red Out” on December 17, 2015.

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.

Advanced Placement courses provide students with access to college-level curriculum and success on the AP Exams correlates highly to success in college. LHS offers AP courses in Physics, Chemistry, Biology, English Literature, Computer Science, Calculus, and US History.

Click here to see the required summer reading for all high school students.

The Registration form and information are in the link below.

High School Seniors are able to request transcripts online!  They will each receive an individual registration code from their guidance counselor which allows them to creat...

When students work together across grade levels, magical things can happen!

On May 9th, three Littlestown FFA members participated in the Adams County Envirothon held at the McSherrystown Fish and Game. There were 15 teams from 6 county schools in the competition.

On May 28th, 2014 the Littlestown FFA held it’s 29th annual FFA Banquet at the high school Cafeteria. Ninety two members and guests were in attendance. Numerous awards were given out during the event.

Kudos to Justin Redman, Nick Kraus, Taylor Hahn, and William Eckard, FFA students, who unveiled a restored tractor they have been working on for a year! Check out the before and after picture!

The cast and crew of "Anything Goes" were nominated for 9 out of 16 awards. They took home quite a few wins at the recent Totem Pole awards! Congratulations!!!