Another successful year for the Mt. Lebanon High School Holiday Show. Student and faculty talents are at their peak. One act was hard to follow. Click the link to see the 2017 faculty holiday show video.
The Mt. Lebanon High School blood drive held on October 20 was selected as Central Blood Bank Blood Drive of the Week.
Congratulations to the following students who qualified by live audition to participate in the PMEA District 1 Honors Band. The concert was held at North Hills Middle School on Sunday, November 19. Pictured left to right Isaac Burton-Perez, Grade 11 - Clarinet Jordana Kleiner, Grade 11 - Flute Jason Cheskawich, HS Band Director Anna Sulecki, Grade 11 - Clarinet Max Siegert, Grade 11 - Bass Trombone Ben Lebowitz, Grade 12 - Euphonium Abigail Dellovade, Grade 10 - Percussion (not pictured)
November/December Counseling Bulletin Available
This November, sixteen students from the High School STEM Academy visited Carnegie Mellon University's Biomedical Engineering Laboratories to learn about careers in biomedical engineering. The students were able to see the forefront of research happening in this field that includes the three-dimensional printing of replacement polymer heart valves, the creation of artificial lungs, the use of stem cells in the creation of replacement tissue for newborns, and the implementing of advanced, portable echocardiogram devices.
"Lucian Mikush (Howe), Atlantic Rajakumar (Markham), and Michael Ferreira (Jefferson) compete with students from other area schools to solve puzzles with math equations at the Heinz History Center. All three students won their division games for their elementary teams and qualifying for placement at the national tournament later this year down in Knoxville, TN. Altogether, Mt. Lebanon's Academic Games club has competed in 3 of their 6 local tournaments already this year, Equations and presidential trivia, and have seen 26 different students qualify for nationals. They're off to a great start and learning a lot along the way!"
Thanks to all of our veterans for their time served. Click the link to learn more.
The Mt. Lebanon High School FBLA participated in the Walk to End Alzheimer's on November 4, 2017 after raising over $1000 for the Alzheimer's Association. Thank you to everyone who helped by organizing and donating!
The Lebanon Log wants YOUR pictures. Parents and students can help the Log best cover the 2018 school year by downloading the Jostens ReplayIt app and sharing school-related pictures right from your phone. Students who share pictures will receive credit in the yearbook. At the end of the year, the pictures will become part of digital time capsule available only to those who purchase a yearbook. Visit the yearbook page under the activities link at the top of the page.
Be sure to secure the laughter, the memories, the friends and the classes for your son or daughter by purchasing the 2018 Lebanon Log. The Log staff appreciates your support of their work.
Interested in study abroad over the summer? Here's an opportunity that you may want to investigate.
The 2017-2018 Student-Parent Handbook is now available. Click the link to get more information.
Student parking at the Lutheran Church lot is no longer available. Please note that this year the following entrances will be open for students (see attached pictures under link for details): C-20 (near Principal's Office), B-9 (near Unit Principals' Office), and AA7 (near Athletic Office). The A-1 entrance on Cochran Road will NOT be open this year (see FAQ in link for more details).
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.
Mt. Lebanon High School has earned accreditation by the Middle States Association Commissions on Elementary and Secondary School.