• The mission of Loranger High School is to instill high standards for learning, honor, and service.


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  • Hawthorne Excitement

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     Mrs. Tallo's English III classes created their own Scarlet Letter that represented silly mistakes they made, such as an "S" for "spilling my coffee" to get excited about reading The Scarlet Letter. Pictured L to R:  Miracle Robinson, Cameron Faust, Lily White, and Avie Thompson.


    Service & Leadership
    Members of the LHS Football Team assist with carpool at Loranger Elementary to help fellow pack members start their day of with pride!
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     Desktop Publishing T-Shirt Designs
     Desktop Publishing students were tasked to fully design a new  unique font. These had to be 100% drawn and rendered by each student. All designs were judged and the winning  design was placed on a t-shirt to demonstrate real world applications and production process. The Winner is Abby Garaudy. 
  • Girls' Basketball Bi-District Playoffs
     (1) Loranger vs. (24) Madison
    Thursday, February 21, 2019
    6 p.m. @ home
    Admission $8
    Boys Basketball Bi-District Playoffs
    (30) Loranger vs. (3) Wossman
    Friday, February 22, 2019
    @ Wossman; Time & Admission TBA

    Prom Design Contest
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    Adobe students in Mrs. Heather Husser's Desktop Publishing class were tasked with creating the upcoming prom poster and ticket designs. Winners of the contest are Jenna Morel and Daniel Griffin. 

    FCA/FCS Food Drive
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    LHS FCA/FCS members collected non-perishable food items to donate to the New Life Mission Outreach in Loranger during November and December.  Donations fed over 300 people during the holiday season.  Ms. Zahn's advisory class won the donation competition, and they will recive breakfast.  The total number of items collected was 1,466!  Our Wolf Pack did a great job of displaying Honor and Service.

  • FBLA District Competition


    FBLA members recently competed at SLU's district competition.  Several students scored 1st Place and are going to the State Conference.  They are Jason Lewis, James Butler, Isiah Winn, Heather Habby, Hannah Habby, and Roger Robertson.
    Bottom Row: Left to Right, Jason Lewis,  Hannah Habisreitinger, Heather Habisreitinger, Adrianna Lambert, Megan Almanza and Brooke Castella
    Top Row:  Left to Right, Roger Robertson, Thenia Perkins, Isaiah Winn,  Ariyanna Nichols, Elajah Ricard, James Butler, Bryce Ross

    Lab Safety Breakout

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    Mrs. Verberne's Anatomy and Physiology students completed a Digital "Lab Safety" Breakout Activity on Oncourse Classroom and Google Forms today to review their Lab Safety rules.  They all broke out of the Lab Room!! Students pictured include: Evelyn Brazil, Keniya Brooks, Ivy Carr, Brooke Castella, Kiana Foster, Ashely Green, Rakiah James, Hayley McLain, Haley Porter, Jamika Smith, Hope Stevens, Desiree Wright, and Jamaya Mingo-Young.






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    Student of the Year 
    Kassidy Bailey

    A+ Score!

    Tyrus Selders passed his PowerPoint Credentialing exam with a PERFECT score of 1000.

    50th Anniversary of
    Pride of the Pack Band
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    Loranger High Pride of the Wolf Pack Band was begun in 1968 by Mr. Russ Ronquillo.  2018 marks the 50th anniversary for the band. In honor of this anniversary, Mr. Ronquillo's family was presented with a gift commemorating the uniforms that were worn during his final year with band.
    Pictured:  Linda  Ronquillo, Emily Ronquillo Gautreau, Titan Gautreau, and family.

      Visual Arts Society Tours SLU Art Department


     Students from the Visual Art Society visited SLU's Art Department on Friday, November 10th for a series of workshops and tours of the department. Students learned new processes, got a sampling of art student life, and were given information on scholarship and job placement opportunities the Art and Design Department has to offer.  Club sponsors are Jordan Kenning and Heather Husser.


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    American Literature Students Discuss Opinions

     Mrs. Tallo's class completed a 4 corners activity (from Learnzillion) on the statement: “Without the influence of religion, America would not be what it is today.”  Pictured is Javion Haywood defending his opinion to his corner.

      Other corner members: Paul Caulfield, Truman Faust, Breyer Zahn, Conswella Johnson, Isaiah Keys, Lyndee Gill, Starr King, and Kortavious Spears. 


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