The Board of Education of the Lakewood City School District ("Owner") is soliciting statements of qualifications for professional design services in connection with constructing, improving and equipping of outdoor athletic improvements that may include but are not limited to track, turf, playing fields, tennis courts, ballfields, bleachers, lighting, parking, signage, plus such additional related improvements as deemed necessary by the Owner (the "Project").
Each new school year the District celebrates its numerous Lakewood High School students who have earned the designation of AP Scholar by virtue of their scores on the college-level Advanced Placement exams taken in May. This year, we add a special congratulations to 2022 graduate Inga Wilhelmy, who was one of only 197 students in the world to earn every point possible on the 2-D Art & Design Exam!
The annual Lakewood High School Homecoming Weekend Spirit Parade will take place this year on Friday, Sept. 30. The parade steps off from Lakewood Park at 5:30 pm and winds its way up to the high school via Belle, Clifton and Bunts. Come out and cheer on all our Ranger sports teams and clubs then stay and watch the Homecoming Court announcement and Ranger football game. Kickoff versus Parma is 7 pm. GO RANGERS!
Lakewood High School seniors Tyler DiLoreto, James Holland, and Madeline Oldfield have been named Semifinalists in the 68th annual National Merit Scholarship Corp. competition. This designation recognizes Tyler, James, and Madeline as among the top students in the nation. LHS also can boast two Commended Students, seniors Alexander Peterson and Lila Wright.
The Lakewood City Schools and the Lakewood Rangers Education Foundation (LREF) are pleased to announce that Howmet Aerospace Foundation has awarded a $26,910 grant to LREF that will be dedicated to purchasing robot kits for students. This is the second consecutive year LREF has received a Howmet grant to benefit the District.
Congratulations to the 10 Lakewood High musicians chosen to be part of the Ohio Music Educators Association’s Northeast Ohio Regional Orchestra and an additional congrats to senior violinist Lydia Kress on being selected for the All-State Orchestra!. Students must qualify for the Regional Orchestra to be eligible for a spot with the All-State Orchestra. Jill King earned alternate status for the All-State ensemble.