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LO's Varney and Wightman named to Class A All-State Volleyball Team

Congratulations to Lake Orion’s Kori Varney and Courtney Wightman, who were named to the Michigan Volleyball Coaches Association 2015 Class A All-State Team, as a libero and outside hitter, respectively.


Lady Dragons play Wildcats in "Coaches vs Cancer" basketball action this Friday!

Lake Orion’s girls basketball team plays its first home game this Friday, December 4, against rival Oxford in the annual "Coaches vs Cancer" matchup. This is a great event bringing the two schools and communities together for a common cause. Tipoff is at 7 p.m. in the Lake Orion fieldhouse. Go LO!

Dragon Team 302 competes in Oakland County robotics championships

Lake Orion’s Team 302 finished among the top ten schools at the Oakland County Competitive Robotics Association championship in November.  Students designed and built a robot to participate in this year’s competitive game called “8 Ball”.  Their work began in September, as they had a number of design challenges to overcome when building the robot to compete.  At the county championship, Team 302 won two awards – Strategic Design and Simple Solution.  

Pictured at the event: back row (left to right), high school adviser James Stuef, mentor Jim Webb, Nathan Leming, Kyle Anderson, Tommy Shinozaki, Mitchell McNeill, Clayton Smith and mentor Dan McNeill; front row, Jesse Yang, Derick Witcpalek, Jake LeTendre, Kaleb Webb, Maximo Jones, Eric Smith and Joy Thompson.

Enjoy "LOHS by the Numbers"

Students and staff, joined by some special members of our community, gathered last spring with Principal Steve Hawley to bring the idea of telling the LOHS story through "numbers" to life.  CLICK HERE to watch a special video that illustrates what make our community high school unique.  Enjoy and share!

LO girls' swim team finishes ninth at D1 state championships!

The Lake Orion Girls’ swimming team competed in the 2015 MHSAA Division 1 swimming and diving state championships last weekend, finishing in ninth place for its third straight top ten finish at the state meet.

The Lady Dragons were led by senior captain Kirstyn Abbasse, who  finished 14th in the 200- and 100-freestyle events.  She is the school’s first swimmer or diver since the team started in 1998 to place in the top 16 all four years in individual events.  Junior Sarah Hennings received All-State recognition by finishing third in the 100 butterfly and freshman Claire Abbasse finished second in the 50 freestyle and third in the 100 freestyle giving her individual All-State recognition, as well.  The All-State team of Claire Abbasse, Zoe Quinn, Eliana Ritt and Kirstyn Abbasse finished seventh overall in the 200 freestyle relay, setting a new school record with a time of 1:38.05. The Dragons finished the meet with a strong performance in the 400 freestyle relay with the team of Claire Abbasse, Zoe Quinn, Sarah Hennings and Kirstyn Abbasse, finishing ninth with a time of 3:33.01.

LOHS Natatorium News: 2015-16 Open Swim Schedule Now Available

Lake Orion High School's natatorium has updated its open swim schedule for the remainder of the school year.  Kids of all ages and their families are welcome to take advantage of this community resource.  To access the schedule, CLICK HERE.  Also, a Friday morning, 11-11:30 a.m. parent-tot swimming lesson class is being offered at the pool.  To register, call the pool office at 248-814-1715.

Fall 2015 Edition of Dragon News is Here!

The Fall 2015 edition of Lake Orion’s district newsletter is here, complete with details on our new world languages class for sixth graders, MyStop bus locator mobile app, new principals and teachers, update on nonmedical immunization waiver forms, Homecoming 2015, academic support services for elementary students, pictures from the summer and more!  CLICK HERE to read.





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