Plan to attend the High School Art Department's Annual Art Show on April 20 from 7:00 p.m.-9:00 p.m. The show will feature over 500 outstanding works of art. Our student artists have worked very hard to create an exciting and visually spectacular show. Artwork will be displayed in the C-20 Lobby, the Library and Center Court with a special unveiling of the Annual Senior Blue Devil Mural at 7:00 p.m.
Click the link to find out the start dates in our athletic program. You can also find a new website being used for online registration for our athletic programs. Click the link to find out more.
The Class of 2019 is sponsoring the "AMERICA" informal dance for all students on Friday, April 27 beginning at 7:30pm and ending at 10:30pm in the South Gym. A signed dance agreement is needed before purchasing a $5.00 ticket. Dance Agreements and tickets can be obtained in the Student Activities office (AO). Ticket sales end at 3:30pm on Thursday, April 26, 2018. Come join your friends for a fun evening of dancing on a Friday night!
MOUNT LEBANON HIGH SCHOOL AND COMMUNITY BLOOD DRIVE Parents and students are invited to participate in the upcoming Mt. Lebanon High School blood drive. By doing so, you will save up to 3 area patient's lives and help Mt. Lebanon students earn scholarship funds through Central Blood Bank's scholarship program. When: Monday, April 30 2018 8:15am to 1:15pm Where: Mt. Lebanon High School Room D205, 2nd floor To make an appointment to donate on April 30: -Students turn in the attached forms at the Student Activities Office asap. -Parents call the AO at 412-344-2057. Members of the community and parents may also donate at any Central Blood Bank community donor center April 30 to May 25. Just reference Mt Lebanon High School group code HS010046 to credit the school. To make an appointment at a Community Donor Center call1-866-DONORS-1. Students: note that 16 and 17-year-old students may not donate without both of the attached consent forms. 18 yr. old students need only the Mt Lebanon High School Blood Drive Pledge Form (parental consent not required). Remember to drink plenty of non-caffeinated beverages, eat a meal within two hours before donating and bring a photo ID. Appointments are encouraged. Walk-in welcome.
The Mt. Lebanon High School FBLA (Future Business Leaders of America) competed at the state level April 9-11, 2018 in Hershey, PA. Accompanied by adviser Mrs. Amanda Checque, those competing included Anand Bhambhwani, Justin Chin, Carter Hall, Andrej Momiroski, and Robert Shniper. Congratulations to everyone on a great year! A special congratulations to Andrej Momiroski, who placed 9th in the Global Business event. This competitive event consisted of a multiple-choice exam and a presentation. He achieved a top-ten spot as an individual competitor in a predominately team event. Way to go, Andrej!
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.
The Annual Art Show is on April 20th from 7:00PM-9:00PM. This year, we will have over 500 outstanding works of art on display. The students have worked so hard and are eager for an audience. Please, please consider stopping by for this awesome event. And if you have school-related social media, please help us market this worthwhile event!
The school district has confirmed that the snow days will be made-up on June 15, 18, and 19. (These school make-up days are designated on the district calendar.) Therefore, the high school calendar has been revised. Click the link to learn more.
On March 23rd six students from Mt. Lebanon High School participated in the Covestro Pittsburgh Regional Science and Engineering Fair.
The Pittsburgh Concert Society has announced the winners of the 2018 Young Artists Auditions. Congratulations to Mt. Lebanon High School senior violinist Hannah Ishizaki and sophomore violinist Sein Lee.
The Steelers are coming to Mt. Lebanon on Friday, May 4th at 7 PM for the Steelers vs. Mt. Lebanon All Stars Basketball Game. Tickets are $7 at the door. Proceeds benefit Relay for Life and The Caring Team For Children. Autographs at half-time. Questions can be directed to Mark Debernardis at 412-344-2000 x 10170
Community College Beaver County Aviation Academy offers High School students the opportunity to work toward a career in the Aviation Sciences.
The Mt. Lebanon High School blood drive held on October 20 was selected as Central Blood Bank Blood Drive of the Week.
The 2017-2018 Student-Parent Handbook is now available. Click the link to get more information.
US News and World Report released their 2017 rankings of the Best High Schools in America. Mt. Lebanon High School achieved a Silver Award ranking #11 in PA, #2 in Western PA.