Welcome to Lake Placid High School, home of the Blue Bombers!
As the high school principal, I am motivated to build upon the Lake Placid Central School mission to provide “a welcoming, stimulating environment that inspires students to achieve their academic, physical, and social potential and to thrive in a dynamic global society.” I look forward to the many exciting opportunities we will experience together. My 18 years as a math teacher at LPCSD has allowed me to learn about the culture of the school and build many professional relationships with the faculty, staff, and the community. I have learned a lot about the history of what makes our school an amazing place to grow and mature while developing a lifelong love of learning. I am committed to nurturing the positive relationships that exist between faculty, staff, students, and the community in an effort to make educating the whole child our biggest success together.
The Lake Placid school staff is committed to establishing an environment where students can be successful in a safe and secure school environment. The staff here is very proud of our rich history and the accomplishments of our students.
I hope that the contents of this website will provide information that is helpful, allowing the school community to stay connected with our school. I encourage you to visit the school website frequently as we continue to keep it up-to-date with information about school activities, parent and community programs, and special events. The high school sends out a weekly electronic newsletter to help parents stay informed of upcoming events and highlight the accomplishments of students. If you would like to register for the eNewsletter, please contact the main office.
Do not hesitate to contact me or stop by my office if you have any questions or concerns.
High School Principal
Phone #: (518) 523-2474, ext. 4005
With approximately 200 high school students, LPHS is a small public school with an abundance of opportunities. Eight Advanced Placement courses highlight a rigorous college preparatory curriculum, and programs in visual arts, music, and performing arts continue to thrive.
Small class sizes allow for close and productive relationships between students and teachers. Eighty-five percent of graduates move on to post-secondary education. Most students participate in athletic programs, honor societies, and community service clubs. A new senior project provides a capstone experience for graduating seniors.
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Seasonal Flu and H1N1 Information
Here is a great 4-minute presentation and website on food allergy safety for children and their classmates. If you need more information about food allergies, let us know!
Lake Placid Cross Country Club
LP ESPORTS Club
National Honors Society
Blue Bomber Weekly News