Lebanon High School

Click here to stream our virtual event from Saturday, May 16th

Lebanon City School District is proud to honor our alumni who serve in the American Armed Forces through our Military Roll Call Wall, located in the Student entrance of the High School.

If you know of a Lebanon student who has served, or is currently serving, please follow this link. Names are collected and verified throughout the year, and the wall is updated annually in December.

Lebanon High School, Grades 9-12

Phone Numbers     Principal  
513.934.5100 - Office   Scott Butler  
513.934.5113 - Attendance Line    
513.933.2150 - Fax    Assistant Principals
Address   Butch Ferrero (10th and 12th) 
1916 Drake Road   Casey Wood (9th and 11th) 
Lebanon, OH 45036    
School Hours   Student Service Administrator
7:20am - 2:30pm (M, T, Th, F)   Matt Hopkins
7:20am - 1:30pm (Wednesdays)    
    Athletic Director
    Bill Stewart
     

Use our SAFE SCHOOL HELPLINE to report a safety concern. You don't have to give your name. 513-934-1167. 

Class of 2020 Farewell Video

Posted on: May 8, 2020

It's the LAST DAY of school for the CLASS OF 2020! In the last couple years, LHS has established a new tradition for this day - the Through the Years Senior Farewell Tour. The seniors don their caps and gowns, load up on buses and visit every school. Students

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Kindergarten and New Student Registration By Appointment Only

Posted on: April 23, 2020

We are now scheduling registration appointments for Kindergarten students and new students in all grades who will be attending Lebanon City Schools in the fall. To protect the health and safety of our visitors and employees we have incorporated social

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Project Excellence Nominations Being Accepted

Posted on: February 6, 2020

The Project Excellence Committee of the Area Progress Council of Warren County, Inc. seeks to recognize and honor excellent teachers within the public schools in Warren County. We ask your assistance in identifying exceptional educators who demonstrate

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Neighborhood Bridges-Lebanon to Help Address Community Needs

Posted on: February 6, 2020

Neighborhood Bridges, a non-profit charity headquartered in Westerville, Ohio will be launching its Gateway for Kindness to serve the Lebanon Schools community in Lebanon, Ohio. A 501(c)(3) organization, Neighborhood Bridges has driven direct support and care

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Resiliency Survey

Posted on: January 13, 2020

Due to technical issues, the Resiliency Survey scheduled for grades 3-12 has been canceled indefinitely. 

 
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