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LOHS Educator Named Michigan's Outstanding Biology Teacher by National Organization

Congratulations to Lake Orion High School biology teacher Andrea Brook, who received this year’s Outstanding Biology Teacher Award for the state of Michigan, presented by the National Association of Biology Teachers. According to NABT leadership, Brook’s passion for teaching biology; her creative approach to instruction, including the use of technology; and professional involvement outside of the classroom helped make the choice. She will receive her award this fall at the NABT annual conference.

2015-16 School Calendars Now Available

Next year's school calendars for Carpenter and Lake Orion's other elementary schools, as well as the district's middle schools and high school are now available through the Quick Link on the left, or by CLICKING HERE.

Dragon Senior Named "Outstanding Graduate" by The Detroit News

Lake Orion High School senior Sara Simpson was named one of 30 outstanding high school graduates this week by The Detroit News in partnership with Sparky Anderson’s CATCH charity. Sara’s list of accomplishments is impressive. In addition to a 3.94 GPA taking primarily honors-level classes, she is the senior captain of the girls’ track team and a four-year letter winner. Last week she captured the 2015 regional championship in the pole vault, qualifying her for the upcoming state meet.Sara also is very active in community service (Hope Project), a member of the National Arts Honor Society and DECA, including qualifying for the state and national competitions this year. She will be attending MSU this fall.

Spring 2015 Edition of Dragon News is Here!

Important information on the high school's accreditation renewal, district energy savings, new transportation director, state championship swimmer, percussion world champs, district-wide art project to help kids heal, battle of the books, student volunteerism and much more can be found in the Spring 2015 edition of Dragon News.  To read it CLICK HERE.

Take the District's Transportation Survey

Every school day, the Lake Orion Community School district transports more than 4,000 students to and from school and extra-curricular activities. Our 68 buses travel approximately 800,000 miles annually. Our goal is to provide safe, efficient and on-time transportation services. Our drivers care for the safety and well-being of every child they transport.  Transportation Director Jamie Stottlemyer is asking parents to take a few moments to complete a survey on the department at the link below.  Its purpose is to determine the level of satisfaction with the services we provide. This will help us make continuous improvements to meet the expectations of our community.  To access the survey, CLICK HERE.


Spring Signing Day at LOHS


The list of 2015 Dragon senior student-athletes playing at the next level continues to grow. This week, a total of 11 signed their national letters-of-intent to compete in various sports at the college level. Pictured, left to right: Devon Nowicki, swimming, Oakland University; Ken Guldi, baseball, Northwood University; Joe Turnbull, baseball, Albion College; Miles Hardy, baseball, Northwood University; Pim Hurkmans, basketball, University of Windsor; Danielle Carr, track/cross country, Butler University; Hannah Murdock, volleyball, Michigan State University; Jeff Snyder, cheerleading, Michigan State University; Emma Berkal, cheerleading, Michigan State University; and Sara Blodgett, cheerleading, University of Central Florida.  Not pictured: Jadin Fields, track, Notre Dame College. Congratulations to all of these students!

LO Engineering Students Take Home State Titles

Lake Orion High School was well represented at the Michigan Industrial and Technology Education Society state finals competition earlier this spring, with the mechanical design drawings of three pre-engineering students taking home state championship titles.  They included the work of Jonah Kettman, pictorial assembly; Cameron Buccellaro, rendered assembly; and Kevin Wilker, presentation package (six pieces).  In addition, three other students finished in the top ten in their respective design categories, earning All-State honors.  They included Andrew Rutt, fourth place; Alec Maresh, tenth place; and Kevin Wilker, second place.  CLICK HERE to read The Oakland Press story leading up to the finals.  

LOHS Senior Named County's "Culinary Arts Student" of the Year

Congratulations to Lake Orion High School senior Zach Breslin, who was named this year’s Oakland County “Culinary Arts student.” He will receive a scholarship from the Pontiac Lions Club to further his education in this field.

Dragon named Michigan's Class A Multi-Sport Athlete of the Year!

Lake Orion senior student-athlete Logan Shadaia was named the 2015 recipient of the inaugural Michigan High School Coaches Association Class A, Multi-Sport Athlete of the Year Award. He has participated and earned all-conference and honorable mention all-state honors in football, wrestling and track. Shadaia was also selected captain by his coaches and teammates. He carries a 3.6 GPA and has earned both the Lake Orion and Oakland Activity Association scholar athlete awards. Congratulations to Logan and his family!



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