- Laconia High School
345 Union Avenue
Laconia, NH 03246
Laconia High School Profile
Huot Technical Center
*Dates to Remember*
Graduation for the Class of 2013
is Saturday, June 8th, 10AM
at Opechee Park
Here is the link for your Summer Reading requirements
We at Laconia High School
expect our community to be the example
that models leadership, honor, success and pride.
Morning Announcements for Tuesday, May 21, 2013:
Art Club will meet briefly in Mrs. Witham’s room at 2:15 today. If you are an art member. plese plan to attend this meeting.
Thursday will also be the last day for project extra beading. Please be sure to come to finish up projects.
Color Guard practice has been moved to 2:15 – 2:45 today.
Here is… The GOT LUNCH Registration Form!
Providing Laconia’s Children A Summer HEALTHY Lunch Program
Order a Yearbook now before they’re gone! For the first time in history the complete Laconia High School yearbook will be in color! Don’t miss out; you can still order yours in Room 109 with a check or cash or on-line at www.jostens.com by credit card. $50 either way. Preserve your memories
Here’s the 2013 Summer School Brochure
Congratulations to the Varsity Baseball team for clinching the top seed in next week’s State Tournament!
New Hampshire’s first high school 3D Archery Tournament took place this past Saturday at Proctor Academy. Laconia High School’s Archery Athletes did extremely well in this competition.
2nd in the girls division for Traditional Bow – Autumn Ross
3rd in the girls division for Compound Bow – Raina Gately
3rd in the girls division for Traditional Bow – Robin Friend
4th in the girls division for Traditional Bow – Katie Neylon
2nd in the boys division for Traditional Bow – Charlie Clark
Congratulations to the members of the Archery Team as well as Mr. Snow & Mr. Hubbard.
Any girls interested in playing soccer next fall, there will be a meeting during homeroom in room 108 on Thursday the 23rd.
Registrations for AJL Babe Ruth Baseball are still being accepted for the 2013 season. You can register on line at baberuthleague.org or pick up registrations in the office. All registrations need to be turned in by May 29th. All 13,14,and 15 year old are eligible to play. Any questions please contact Jeff Pluskis at 581-5086.
To ALL Athletes, ALL Seasons, and Sports,
please take the 4 question survey on the link below:
For the complete list of students that have been recognized in this section go to the selection on the right called “Categories” then click on “Archived Student Recognition”
Congratulations to all LHS JAG members! Thursday, May 16, 2013 at the annual JAG awards luncheon, LHS JAG won 3 out of 4 First Place prizes! JAG won for best Community Service Project, and best Chapter Scrapbook.
Amanda Goupil took home 1st Place for the Public Speaking competition and Honorable Mention for interviewing.
Caelan Norwood received $1000 Scholarships from NH-JAG for their tuition to Keene State College in the fall.
Cheyenne Noyes received $1000 Scholarships from NH-JAG for their tuition to Keene State College in the fall.
Amanda Goupil received $1000 Scholarships from NH-JAG for their tuition to Keene State College in the fall.
Please congratulate the following Laconia students who have been selected to the National Technical Honor Society. Induction Ceremony is Wednesday, May 1, 2013 at 6:30 pm in Auditorium:
Joshua Allen – Business
Sam Batchelder – Early Childhood Education
Kelsey Dunn – Early Childhood Education
Amanda Goupil – Health Science
Emina Karabegovic – Health Science
Lilli Liss – Health Science
Jordan Lovely – Health Science
Matthew Missert – Culinary
Sara Palmer – Automotive
Chelsey Parent – Health Science
Jeanine Parsons – Health Science
Stephanie Smith – Biotechnology
Korie Toth – Early Childhood Education
Congratulations to the following students who are having their artwork displayed at the Belknap Mill for “Arts Alive”. The Arts Alive Opening Ceremony is Monday, March 18th from 5:30-7:00 and the artwork will be on display for the month of March.
Kelsea Columb, Jada Staples, Aidan Dean, Jannesa Mingo, Shaylyn Mowery, Amy Ostrand, Sam Ramsay, Chloe Cray, Troy Harper, Taylor Coveney, Katelyn Bailey, Susan Ross, Emily Cormier, Emma Horton, Meredith Vachon and Katelyn Doherty
Congratulations to the following students on being inducted into Tri-M “National Music Society:
Mitchell Bailey – Voice
Katelyn Doherty – Voice
Andrew Emanuel – Clarinet
Troy Harper – Percussion
Marissa McDermott – Flute
Mikayla Minor – Trumpet
Stephanie Polidoro – Voice
Michael Tarling – Voice
Jada Staples for being accepted at the New Hampshire Institute of Art.
Kayla Phelps came in 2nd place in the backstroke for Division II at the State Swimming Championships. She also finished 6th in the state in the 200 meter Individual Medlay.
Congratulations to the following Winter Scholar Athletes:
Jessica Goulart, James Guyer, Samantha Hicks, Victoria Holmes, Emma Horton, Andrew Kerns, Cameron Lyons, Rebecca Mitchell, Thomas Monico, Susannah O’Brien, Susan Ross, Jennifer Russell, Peter Stivali, Meredith Vachon
Graham Nyhan was chosen as WMUR TV’S “Home Town Hero”.
Please congratulate the following students on earning entrance into the LHS chapter of the National Honor Society:
Abigail Bennett, Brady Caldwell, Jessica Carbone, Scott Compton, Emily Cormier, Danielle Cote, Aidan Dean, Rebecca Dragon, Kelsey Dunn, Matt Engelsen, Garett Guilmett, Amila Hadzic, John Hammond, Erma Krupic, Mikayla Minor, Matt Missert, Stephanie Polidoro, Brittney Pond, Anna Stivali, Peter Stivali and Emma Walker
Mitchell Bailey – on a successful audition into the NHMEA Jazz All-State. He competed amongst the top students in the state on bass voice and was successful in singing jazz and improv. Mitchell will represent LHS in the 3 day All-State Jazz Festival at Pinkerton High School in February.
Sami Hicks - the State Cross Country Champion! Sami came in first in Div. 3 at the NHIAA State Meet on Saturday in Manchester. She will compete at the State Meet of Champions next Saturday.
Sachem Cheer Team – They came in first at a meet in Concord on Sunday . They will be competeing at the NHIAA meet next Sunday at Southern N.H. University.
Amanda Goupil – Senior & President of the LHS JAG chapter for being selected to attend the National Leadership Conference for JAG in Washington D.C. in November. She and Mrs. Roberts will be traveling to D.C. with 3 other students from NH to represent the program.
Congratulations to the following students on being selected to represent Laconia High School at the PSU on Monday, November 19th at the All New England Band Festival. They will rehearse all day with guest composers/conductors and perform that evening. They were selected from among 500 students:
Jasmine Blais - Flute
Gwen Huot – Clarinet
Andrew Emanuel – Clarinet
Mikayla Minor - Trumpet
Quinn Davis - String Bass
Congratulations to the following students on being selected to represent Laconia High School at the PSU All New England Choral Festival:
Destiny Demond – Soprano
Samantha Batchelder – Alto
Stephanie Polidoro – Alto
Bryson Haddock – Tenor
Mitchell Bailey – Bass
They will participate in a one day festival with a concert in the evening with 200 students from the New England area on Thursday, November 1st.
Brandon Alger for placing 2nd and Bryson Haddock for placing 3rd in their wave in the recent Renegade Playground 5K race. They ran to represent Freedom Found and Laconia High School.
Katharina Beliveau – on your college acceptance to Louisiana State University! LSU is located in Baton Rouge, Louisiana and has over 26,000 students. LSU has won 45 national athletic championships and has one of the premiere marching bands in the country. We’re proud of you Katharina!
Mrs. Deb Gibson – The NH Band Director’s Association annually presents an award to an outstanding band director in NH. Mrs. Gibson received the “Band Director of the Year” Award this past year. She was recognized by her colleagues for outstanding instrumental music education for over 20 years. As a teacher here at LHS she has taught many students that have made All-State festivals and some becoming music educators as well. Mrs. Gibson started the Laconia Solo and Ensemble Festival for students grades 5 – 12. She has students receiving Outstanding Adjudication at both State & National levels. Students have also performed at Disney World, Toronto, Williamsburg & Washington DC.
Mark Lagueux – has been chosen to represent Laconia, NH in the Special Olympics Winter Games 2013 in South Korea!