Bess Hayles,Caitlin McKinney,exchange program,French program,Lee's Summit High,Lee's Summit North,Lee's Summit West,LSHS,LSN,LSW
Eleven students in the LSR7 French program from each high school spent the first two weeks of their summer vacation in France with teachers Madame Caitlin McKinney (LSN) and Madame Bess Hayles (LSHS).
2019 Scholastic Awards,Alliance for Young Artists & Writers,Best Teen Art,Best Teen Writing,Lee's Summit West,LSW,Savannah Meyer
Savannah Meyer, a junior at Lee’s Summit West High School, earned a National Silver Medal for her original painting “Deity” from the Alliance for Young Artists & Writers, a nonprofit that presents the Scholastic Art & Writing Awards.
Education First,Global Education Excellence Award,Lee's Summit West,LSW
Lee’s Summit West High School has received national recognition for excellence in global education for the 2018-2019 school year from Education First (EF) High School Exchange Year, the leader in high school exchange.
graduation,Lee's Summit High,Lee's Summit North,Lee's Summit West,LSHS Graduation,LSN Graduation,LSW Graduation
The culmination of our students’ journeys is upon us. Graduation for each of our LSR7 high schools is next week. Here are the details about each high school’s graduation ceremonies:
KC 4 Refugees,Lee's Summit West,LINC,LSW,Maryam Khalil,Princeton Prize in Race Relations,Princeton University,Superintendent's Student Advisory Council
Maryam Khalil, a senior at Lee’s Summit West High School, has been awarded the Princeton University Prize in Race Relations. This award recognizes high school students who have had a significant positive effect on race relations in their schools or communities through their volunteer efforts.
BroncoBots,FIRST robotics,Josh Rehwaldt,Lee's Summit High School,Lee's Summit North,Lee's Summit West,LSHS,LSN,LSW,Team Driven,Team Titanium,Team Titanium Tech,Zane Dautenhahn
Robotics teams at all three Lee’s Summit High Schools have once again qualified to participate at the World Championship competition this year in Houston, Texas, April 17-21. Last year over 15,000 students in grades K-12, from 25 states and 42 countries, and their custom-built robots, competed in this event with similar numbers expected this year. A second Championship will be in Detroit, Michigan, for even more students from the other 25 states and numerous countries.
Allison Salamone,Kameron Robinson,Lee's Summit High,Lee's Summit North,Lee's Summit West,LSHS,LSN,LSW,MASSP,Megan Carlson,Missouri Association of Secondary School Principals,Missouri Scholars 100,Molly Wooster,Sierra Nyquist
Seniors from each of the LSR7 high schools were honored by the Missouri Association of Secondary School Principals in the 2019 Missouri Scholars 100 program. The seniors include:
- Megan Carlson, LSN
- Sierra Nyquist, LSHS
- Kameron Robinson, LSN
- Allison Salamone, LSW
- Molly Wooster, LSW
Abby White,Abigail White,Lee's Summit West,LSW,MIPA,Missouri Interscholastic Press Association,Student Journalist of the Year,Titan Scroll
Lee’s Summit West High School senior Abigail White has been named the 50th annual Missouri Interscholastic Press Association Student Journalist of the Year. This is the first time in LSWHS school history that a student has earned this honor.
Air Force Academy,Austin Merit,Emanuel Cleaver,Lee's Summit North,Lee's Summit West,Luke Poudel
Congressman Emanuel Cleaver II nominated two students for the U.S. Air Force Academy: Luke Poudel, Lee’s Summit West High School, and Austin Merit, Lee’s Summit North High School.
Luke participates in band, Junior ROTC and soccer. He also volunteers for Harvesters. Austin is involved in National Honor Society, cross country, his church youth group, ROTC and color guard. He is also the AFJROTC Group Commander and Drill Team Commander and an Optimist Student of the Month.
Congratulations, Luke and Austin! We are proud of you.
Bronco Smart,Freeze Out,Lee's Summit High,Lee's Summit North,Lee's Summit West,LSHS,LSN,LSW,Shoes for Orphan Souls,Tiger Smart,Titan Smart
Tiger Smart, Bronco Smart and Titan Smart will participate in our annual “Freeze Out” from 5 to 9 p.m. Dec. 7 in front of Lee’s Summit High School.
Students will remain outside for four hours. During this time, they will collect clothing, especially coats and winter apparel, to be donated to local charities. This year an additional focus will be on collecting donations of new or gently used shoes as part of the Shoes for Orphan Souls program. Community members are encouraged to drop off their donations at the school’s Building A south entrance, near the tiger head.