Lakeshore Public Schools

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     Welcome to Lakeshore Public Schools
     

    You won't find a town called Lakeshore on a map, but you'll soon feel the Lakeshore community - and LANCER PRIDE - in your heart. We believe all children deserve an engaging and inspiring education - and the opportunity to discover and pursue their own paths. With Passionate educators, the latest technology and unique opportunities, Lakeshore does more than equip our students to succeed in life - we empower them to lead their lives with character and integrity.


    ANNUAL EDUCATION REPORTS

    Annual Education Report Cover Letter     District Scores

    High School Education Report Cover Letter     High School Scores 

    Middle School Education Report Cover Letter     Middle School Scores

    Hollywood Education Report Cover Letter     Hollywood Scores

    Roosevelt Education Report Cover Letter     Roosevelt Scores

    Stewart Education Report Cover Letter     Stewart Scores


      Lakeshore Excellence Foundation

    LEF

     Through the generosity of our donors, the LEF has funded more than 70 academic projects, 40 hardware and software projects, and a wide variety of outreach, cultural and aesthetic programs, many open to the entire community. In 2016, we successfully completed our largest infrastructure project to date by investing $600,000 to transform all of our libraries into 21st Century Learning Centers. We are now poised to again reach higher: we’re reaching out for contributors to help us support the implementation of STEM throughout all grades levels at Lakeshore Public Schools.

Announcements

  • 2018 Homecoming Parade

     

    Parade Entry Form

     

     

    Looking for a place to showcase your club/school/team, etc. and show your Lancer Pride? If so, join us for the 4th annual LPS Homecoming Parade!!!
     
    Homecoming Parade: The Lakeshore Homecoming Parade is intended to recognize and celebrate organizations and institutions whose focus is education and whose membership includes a preponderance of Lakeshore students, K-12 (ex: sports teams, Boy/Girl Scouts, clubs, Youth Groups, Tae Kwon Do, etc.). If your organization or institution would like to be a part of the Homecoming Parade, please fill out and submit this application. Entry into the parade is by application only. The Homecoming Parade committee will determine parade participants based on the aforementioned criteria as well as space and time limitations.
     
    If you're wondering if your group is a good fit for this parade, consider the parade's previous participants: Lincoln Township Police and Fire, Baroda-Lake Township Police and Fire, Homecoming Class Floats, Homecoming Court, previous year's Homecoming King and Queen, cross country, soccer, electric car club, robotics, LHS Llamas (yes, Llamas!), international club, choir, Lancer Marching Band, Rocket football, Younglife, Abraham Lincoln impersonator, LPS elementary schools, and many, many more!
     
    Date and Time: The parade takes place on Homecoming Friday, September 28th at 5:00 pm. 
     
    Parade Route: The parade marches in a loop through the Wyndstone neighborhood, which is located across the street (Cleveland Ave.) from Lakeshore High School. The parade begins at the corner of Longhorn Trail and Racine Drive. The parade marches on Longhorn Trail, right on Wyndstone Drive, right on Racine Drive, and finishes at the corner of Racine Drive and Longhorn Trail. The approximate distance of the parade is one mile. 
     
    Participant Information: Participants in the parade should enter on Longhorn Trail using the Cleveland Avenue entrance. Parade participants will marshal on Longhorn Trail between Cleveland Avenue and Racine Drive. All participants must be lined up in their designated location by 4:40 pm. A Student Council member will take parade participants to their designated area.
     
    Spectators and Parking: Spectators are encouraged to park outside of the Wyndstone neighborhood parade route (parking options - Lakeshore High School, Softball and Baseball Parking, etc.). The parade route will be closed by the Lincoln Charter Township Police from 4:45 pm-5:45 pm.
     
    A parade map will be available to participants and spectators in September on the Lakeshore Public Schools website. 
     
    Participation in the parade is limited to community organizations located in region and LHS Fall sports/clubs.  Participants are encouraged to apply early.Thank you for applying!
     
    Following the Homecoming Parade, directions will be available to the Elementary Tailgate (more information to come)!
     
    If you have questions, please contact LHS Principal Brad Brunner at bbrunner@lpslancer.net
     

     
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