Lewis County High School

About Our School

Lewis County High School is located in northeastern Kentucky, near the Ohio River.  LCHS serves grades 9-12, with an enrollment of 600 students and a teaching staff of 40. 

LCHS has an excellent academic program that offers rigorous courses and a wide variety of extra-curricular activities. LCHS offers a dual credit program that includes up to 53 college credit hours. 

Mission Statement

"Our mission at Lewis County High School is to prepare all students for lifelong success." 

We will ensure a safe and orderly environment staffed by competent, professional, and dedicated individuals.

In order to be successful, students must be able to:
1.  Work through and solve problems
2.  Develop skills in reading, writing, speaking, and listening
3.  Develop good character and self-respect
4.  Develop a desire for learning now and in the future
5.  Learn how to examine and use information.

LCHS begins instruction each day at 7:55 am and the instructional day ends at 2:50 pm.

A Message from the Principal

"Welcome to the Lewis County High School website. Within the site, you will find many links that can be useful. Some of the more important links can be found under the “Quick Links” tab. Other links, such as our staff directory, staff emails, and student links can also be found there. Upcoming events and recent accomplishments can be found on the scrolling marquee at the top of the page. We hope that you find everything that you need and we appreciate everything you do to help Lewis County High School be a great learning environment."
Lewis County High School
79 Lions Lane, P.O. Box 99, Vanceburg, KY 41179
Phone: 6067962823 | Fax: 6067963066
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