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Mission Statement

Lawrenceburg Community School Corporation's Mission is to provide academic excellence to all students, preparing them for post secondary opportunities in the changing global economy. From full-day kindergarten to rigorous academic courses at the high school, staff are dedicated to see that learning occurs in a safe, nurturing instructional environment that is focused on the whole child.



LHS Gym Floor Sale Flyer and Order Form

LAWRENCEBURG HIGH SCHOOL GYM (Pictures and Floorplans)

The deadline to accept transfer student applications into LCSC for the 2013-2014  school year was June 28, 2013.

Lawrenceburg Schools Endowment Corporation
2012 Annual Report

Click here to view the Annual Report.


Lawrenceburg Community School Corporation (LCSC) partners with the Indiana Student Achievement Institute (InSAI)

During the 2009-2010 school year, LCSC, as well as each individual school in the corporation, began a partnership with InSAI (www.asainstitute.org). The goal of that partnership is to increase student achievement throughout the corporation. District/school vision and mission statements were developed, data analyzed, targets set, areas of concern discussed, and strategies identified that were incorporated into a plan of action that will reduce barriers to learning and increase the capacity for our students to grow academically. The schools are implementing, reviewing and revising their plans through this continuous school improvment process. Each school's improvement plan can be found under the "Schools" tab on the left of this screen. LCSC encourages active participation from members of the community to work with us to improve our schools and help our students to be more successful. Please contact a school within the corporation with which you would like to be involved through community council meetings.


 

Lawrenceburg Community School Corporation is located in Southeastern Indiana, on the banks of the Ohio River. The county seat of Dearborn County, Lawrenceburg sits twenty-five miles down river from Cincinnati, Ohio.

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