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.
Juniors and Seniors interested in International Colleges... The International College Options Fair is November 16th @ Seneca Valley Senior High School.
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).
Mt. Lebanon High School's Global Studies Program to Receive "2017 Bringing the World to PA Award" by the PA Council on International Education Mt. Lebanon High School's Global Studies Program has been selected to receive the "2017 Bringing the World to Pennsylvania: K-16 Collaboration Award" from the Pennsylvania Council on International Education. The "Bringing the World to Pennsylvania Award" gives support and visibility to international/multi-cultural collaborative projects between K-12 and higher education institutions in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. The High School Global Studies Program is directed by Social Studies Department Chair, Mrs. Julianne Slogick.
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.
Freshman Orientation, known as Link Crew, will be held on August 23 in the South Gym from 8:30 am -12:30 pm.
Check out our NEW online Driver Education classes at www.mtlsd.org/ae. Classes are offered year round at the high school. Contact Ray Schrader or Larry Johnson at 412-344-2020 for more information.