LPHS Open Enrollment Tour Dates
BE A RANGER!
Are you considering Lewis-Palmer High School for the 2019-20 school year? If so, LPHS will be offering school tours (by appointment only) on:
Friday, December 7th at 8:00 a.m. - CLOSED
Friday, January 18th at 8:00 a.m. - CLOSED
Friday, February 8th at 8:00 a.m.
Please contact Ms. Verrie at 719-488-6186 to make a tour reservation.
Registration and open house for current District 38 eighth grade students who live within the LPHS boundaries will be held on 8th Grade Night, Thursday, February 28th from 6:00 p.m.-7:30 p.m. School tours will be available that evening.
Incoming Freshmen Registration Information
- Feb 19th - LPHS will be handing out registration packets at LPMS
- Feb 20th - LPHS will be handing out registration packets at MA
- Feb 21st
- LPHS counselors will be at LPMS PTO Meeting for Q&A
- LPHS Student Council will be at LPMS for Q&A
- Feb 28th
- 8th Grade Registration Night 6:00 p.m.
- Sign up for your registration time HERE (coming soon)
Course Handbook - will be available February 19th
(online ONLY on the website under Student/Back To School Documents/Course Handbook)
8th Grade Registration Form (incoming freshmen) - coming soon
Honors and AP Information
Prom night is a very special night for our juniors and seniors who attend Prom and After Prom. Many students, staff, and parents have put in countless hours to make this a memorable event. We want this night to be a positive, lasting memory for all attendees. Safety and security of our students is a top priority for us. Appropriate dress by our students will help us achieve this goal.
As you are searching for prom attire with your students, please help us by reminding them that prom is a formal event and even though it is offsite, it is a school sponsored activity and school dress code policies apply.
All Prom attire should be formal in nature and reflect a dressing “up” for the occasion. Young men should wear a suit or tuxedo, and young women should wear a dress. Casual dress, or clothing that is low cut, too tight or too sheer that bares or exposes traditionally private parts of the body including, but not limited to, the stomach, the buttocks, back, and chest could be considered inappropriate.
Students wearing inappropriate prom clothing may be:
- Required to leave the event
- Required to cover the questionable attire with more appropriate clothing
If you or your student have any concerns about their clothing choices, please feel free to ask our opinion ahead of time. Thank you for your continued support of our school community and for your help in maintaining a safe and enjoyable environment for our students.