2014 U.S. News and World Report Award
Lindbergh High School has earned another national academic honor. LHS received a Silver Medal of Distinction from U.S. News and World Report's Best High Schools. LHS was ranked 8th in Missouri and 832 nationwide. In all, 19,411 public high schools across the country were eligible for the rankings and 4,707 received Gold, Silver, or Bronze distinction.
LHS Teacher of the Year and Support Staff of the Year
Congratulations to Mr. Jason Wolfard for being named the LHS Teacher of the Year and to Mr. Keith Loveless for being named as the LHS Support Staff of the Year.
STUCO Wins National Award
Lindbergh High School STUCO has been awarded the National Gold Council Award by the National Association of Student Councils. Only 200 high schools of the 24,000 high schools in the U.S. earned this award.
2014 Washington Post Challenge List
National Merit Finalists
The National Merit Scholarship Corporation has announced the names of the 2014 Finalists. There are 11 Lindbergh High School students who have earned this recognition: Aarthi Bala, Brian Barrett, Caleb Codding, Shravan Dommaraju, Ryan Firth, Katie Hufker, Brenna Kizer, Bridget Kohl, Ben Ledeaux, Eric Lewis,and Sam Stephens.
Congratulations to Mrs. Laura Conti and Mr. Irv Mueller for being named 2014 Lindbergh Leaders!
Congratulations to the Varsity Flyerettes. They competed in the 2014 State Championship in Kansas City, where they earned 1st Place in Pom and 1st Place in Kick, making them the 6A State Champions.
The Thank-a Teacher program allows parents to donate to the Teacher Grants program. This is an endowed fund and all donations are added to the principle of the fund, which is invested and administered by the Lindbergh Schools Foundation. The interest earned yearly by the fund is used to support yearly teacher grants throughout the district. Click this link for the donation form: Teacher Grant