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Isaac Romer & Dr. Greg Borchardt
Congratulations to LHS student Isaac Romer! He along with LHS history teacher Dr. Greg Borchardt have been selected as one of only 15 student/teacher pairs in the country to participate in the Normandy: Sacrifice for Freedom Albert H. Small Student and Teacher Institute. After participating in the year long program, Isaac and Dr. Borchardt are traveling to France to the Normandy American Cemetery to honor a fallen American hero. For more information about this prestigious honor, please read the full press release here.


Isaac and Dr. Borchardt are blogging about their trip. Click here to read about their experience.



Summer is a time for students to relax and enjoy! However, it is important for them to keep their minds and bodies active. We encourage students to engage in activities such as reading, working puzzles, playing outside and interacting with friends. Lorena ISD offers several opportunities for students. Check our links below for additional information.





Show your Leopard Spirit by sponsoring a personalized paw print that will be painted on the roads around each of the Lorena Campuses. All sponsorships will benefit Project Graduation.

The paw prints will be about 4 foot by 4 foot near your preferred campus. The paw prints will be painted before the 2016-2017 school year and will persist for the entire school year.

We have a limited quantity, and they will be sold on a first come first serve basis. Get yours today by returning the order form to any campus office.




Congratulations to the following Lorena High School students who based on their scholarship, leadership, and character have been honored with the opportunity to participate in Bluebonnet Girls State - a program of the American Legion Auxiliary.

Rebekah Small
Savana Jones
Katie King
Bailey Allison
Ashlynn Sorrells

For more information about this program, visit the Bluebonnet Girls State website.



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Our mission is to ensure that students achieve their highest potential as responsible, self-reliant, and unique individuals through a system characterized by engaged and motivated students; passionate, dedicated staff; challenging and innovative learning opportunities; state-of-the-art facilities; involved parents and community members; and a safe environment that fosters mutual respect and cooperation.

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