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Lamar County High School is a
"5" Star School!


Lamar County High School's overall performance is higher than
59% of schools in the state and is higher than its district.

Our students' academic growth is higher than 74% of schools in the state.

Our four-year graduation rate is 83.3%, which is higher than
28% of high schools.

52.6% of graduates are college and career ready.

Lamar County High School Data

LCHS 1 Barnesville, GA


LCHS Graduation Flyer

The LCHS 2021

   Dual Enrollment Night Meeting 
April 22, 2021
6:00 p.m.
Follow the link below:

Virtual Open House Presentation
Go Trojans!

Yearbook for Sale
Order LCHS Yearbook Online
Senior Ads
Contact Ms. Allen for details

Link for the parents of the Juniors-class of 2022:
Link for Seniors:


Prom 2021


Band Interest Meeting Flyer

Ext Sem

Check out & please complete the LCHS Input Meeting 2020-2021 survey located on the Parent page of the website!

LCHS Parent Engagement Meeting Powerpoint 2020-2021
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LCHS Class of 2021: STAR Student Information

Each year the STAR Student is the individual who has earned the highest score on any single test date of the SAT and must be ranked in the top ten percent of the class. To be eligible this year, students must take the two-part SAT on or before March 13, 2021.  According to the PAGE STAR 2021 guidelines, the former three-part SAT (math, reading, and essay) “will not be accepted for 2021 STAR or going forward.” More information can be found at https://www.pageinc.org/2020-page-star-manual/


#1 Trojan Way
Barnesville, GA 30204

Infinite Campus Parent Portal

Please take time to complete the GADOE Parent Survey
GOSA Lamar Report Card
HMH Site Link

New Student Registration 2020-21
Please select the link below to begin the registration process.


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Lamar County High School Mission Statement  

Learning today to succeed tomorrow!

Lamar County High School Vision Statement:

Lamar County Schools will provide all students with an equitable and excellent education that prepares them for college, career, and life.

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arrowsDress Code
Lamar County High School - Dress Code Requirements A student shall not dress, groom, wear, use emblems, insignias, badges or other symbols where the effect thereof is to distract unreasonably the attention of other students or otherwise to cause disruption or interference with the operation of the school. The principal or other duly authorized school official shall determine whether any particular mode of dress, apparel, grooming or use of emblems, insignias, badges or other symbols results in such interference or disruption as to violate this rule, and shall give notice of such interference or disruption, and its cause, to all students by announcement or posting at the school. The highest priorities of a dress code should reflect these concepts. ♦ Modesty is a priority. ♦ School Spirit and unity is a priority. ♦ Enhanced safety of our students and personnel is a priority. Students at LCHS should dress neatly and safely and in keeping with the following guidelines: Clothing should be worn in a manner that will not be disruptive to the school or classroom environment. Clothing should be clean, buttoned, zipped, and fastened, and should not sag or be worn backwards. Pants should be worn at the waist. All belts and straps should be fastened and secured. Students must wear shoes at all times when at school. Shorts, skirts, and dresses must be no more than three inches above the front, as well as, the back of the knee. (An index card will be used as a guideline to determine if the clothing is within the dress code limits. NO leggings, jeggings, joggers, tights, or yoga tights are to be worn as pants. They may be worn under skirts, dresses, or tunics, that are not see through and are no more than three inches above the knee. All PE clothing is restricted to the PE area. Students participating in field trips or other programs representing LCHS are expected to dress in the school dress code.Students who do not meet dress code on the day of a field trip or program will not be allowed to participate. (Specific attire might be suggested due to the nature of the field trip or program on a case by case basis and approved by an administrator.) Any student wearing clothing NOT acceptable and in keeping with the above guidelines will be referred to the office and dress code procedures followed. Administrators will determine if the student meets the dress code guidelines. All of these guidelines are subject to the interpretation of the administration and are as follows: NO holes, rips, or tears are allowed in clothing under any circumstances. NO clothing that exposes the torso is allowed and NO sheer clothing (see through) is allowed. NO clothing or jewelry related to drug use, alcohol, gangs, pro wrestling, or suggestive language may be worn. NO tank tops, pajamas/loungewear, slides, or bedroom slippers are allowed. NO offensive arm bands, offensive painted or printed words, offensive signs or offensive symbols are allowed on any attire. NO hair curlers, combs, picks, or headbands are allowed. NO halter tops, spaghetti straps, low cut tops (all tops should be at least 3 inches in width across the shoulders). NO head coverings, sunglasses, hats, caps, dew rags, masks, or bandanas are allowed (unless the item has been specified for an administrator approved dress down day). NO flip flops: These are defined as a backless shoe with a 3-point attachment or hitch. NO gym shorts, sweatpants, athletic pants, or overalls. NO sunglasses (shades) are to be worn on the face, head or around the neck. NO gang related clothing, signs, symbols, or tattoos are to be displayed or expressed.
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