February 26th - an overview of the financial aid process. March 9th & April 3rd - FAFSA Completion Workshops available.
Project Prom is offered through the Department of Health and Human Services in conjunction with the National Council of Jewish Women. This decade-long tradition assures that all local students have the opportunity to go to their prom affordably, with confidence and in style! The program will be held in March this year. Information on how to volunteer, donate, or particpate in this program is now available.
Please see the attached letter and campus map information from Mr. McFeeley regarding safety reminders around vehicular traffic and student drop-off/pick-up around the high school campus.
This issue contains information regarding Scholarships for Seniors, the Richard J. Madden Scholarship for Juniors, Mid-year transcript requests, Parkway West and the shadow experience opportunity, Cum Laude, NCAA Night, upcoming College and AP Testing, 10th Grade Career Unit, NACAC College Fair & Summer Enrichment opportunities.
PASCH stands for the "Schools: Partners for the Future" initiative. This year, 2018, marks the tenth anniversary of PASCH. Mt. Lebanon High School celebrates ten years as one of only eleven original, specially-designated PASCH Fit-Schools in the US. These eleven schools share a long tradition of German instruction as well as emphasis on STEM subjects and the arts, and over 44 all-expenses paid trips have been awarded to our students in the last decade.
Mt. Lebanon High School's Little Lebo Preschool Program is accepting registrations for the Spring Program which runs from March 11 through May 24, 2019.
Mt. Lebanon High School was named among 46 schools across the country to be a "Green Ribbon School" by the U.S. Department of Education. This school got this award for the many ways they're helping the environment in their school facilities, classes and programs.
Mt. Lebanon High School was voted as one of the best high schools according to US News and world report. Click the link to see more.
Purchase your yearbook or senior recognition ad at jostens.com using Mount Lebanon High School for search terms. Yearbook prices will increase Nov. 16. Contact Bev Jones at email@example.com with any questions.
Forty-six schools and six districts were honored on September 19, 2018 at the 2018 U.S. Department of Education Green Ribbon Schools ceremony for their innovative efforts to reduce environmental impact and costs, promote better health, and ensure effective environmental education. Mt. Lebanon High School was selected as one of only two Pennsylvania Schools to receive this distinction this year.
Click the link to access and print the pre-approved absence form.
The 2018-2019 Student Handbook can be accessed by clicking the link.
The Mt. Lebanon School District, in partnership with the Mt. Lebanon Police Department, has launched the MTLSD Student Protect app, a new mobile alert and suspicious activity reporting app.
Congratulations to High School Social Studies Teacher Mr. Peter DiNardo on his selection as the 2018 recipient of the Mt. Lebanon Community Service Award, selected by a committee of evaluators from the Mt. Lebanon Community Relations Board.