Lynchburg City Schools offer educational services to more than 8,000 students enrolled in preschool through adult classes in two high schools, three middle schools, and eleven elementary schools. Alternative elementary, middle and high school programs, gifted programs, and programs for the disabled are also available. Our elementary schools provide an optimal academic environment and accelerated learning opportunities. Along with basic learning skills, students are taught basic concepts of character development and citizenship.

LCS Mission Statement
Every Child, By Name and By Need, to Graduation.

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Jon Roark

Heritage High School art teacher Jon Roark was chosen for first place at the Hill... [read more]

City Council Tours the New HHS

On June 8, 2015, city council and school board members toured the new Heritage High... [read more]

writing

Summer School Registration will occur on Tuesday, June 23, 2015 from 8:30... [read more]

GO Center Economics Project

This spring, the students in the 3rd-grade Gifted Opportunity Center at R. S. Payne... [read more]

Teacher of the Year gets new car

Each year Mabry Automotive Group grants the LCS Teacher of the Year a lease to a... [read more]

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