Lawton High School
Lawton High School
101 Blue Pride Dr.
Lawton, MI 49065
Office: 269.624.7800
Fax: 269.624.6554
Attendance: 269.624.7802
School Hours:
8:00 a.m. - 2:50 p.m.
Hourly Schedule:
1st Hour: 8:00 - 9:06
2nd Hour: 9:10 - 10:16
3rd Hour: 10:20 - 11:26
Achievement: 11:30 - 12:00
4th Hour: 12:04 - 1:40
5th Hour: 1:44 - 2:50

Tammy Wilson
Principal

Darcy Munro
Guidance Counselor

Chris Richter
Athletic Director


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Lawton High School

LHS Class of 2020 top 10. Congratulations!!!

 


Home of the Blue Devils

Lawton High School is a 9th-12th grade building serving approximately 350 students.  Lawton is a rural Southwest Michigan community located in the heart of grape country.  Our students are provided big school opportunities with small school attention focusing on career and college readiness.  Our staff provide a challenging academic culture while reinforcing positive school values of respect, responsibility and safety.

Beyond the classroom, Lawton High School offers a wide variety of activities including 15 varsity sports that challenge students physically to clubs and organizations that challenge them mentally.  We are one of only a few schools in Van Buren County that have implemented a STEM curriculum through PLTW (Project Lead the Way).  We partner with the Van Buren Technology Center to provide career and Early College opportunities for our Juniors and Seniors.  The staff at Lawton High School strive to ensure every student receives a quality education building the foundation for their future.

Welcome to our webpage.

Tammy Wilson, Principal


Summer Office Hours

Guidance Office Hours

Please contact Mrs. Munro, School Counselor, with any questions you may have regarding scheduling, classes, post-secondary planning options, or any other concerns. She will set up a time to talk with you. Her contact information is as follows: dmunro@lawtoncs.org or 269 - 624 -7806.

 

Notice of Right to Request Personal Curriculum

To be eligible for a high school diploma, Michigan students are required to complete the requirements of the Michigan Merit Curriculum (MMC). Schools are allowed, however, to modify the MMC based on the individual learning needs of each student. These modifications are typically known as a “personal curriculum” (PC). Schools must follow certain guidelines when developing a PC. When those guidelines are met, students with a PC are eligible for a high school diploma.

More Personal Curriculum information

Summer School

Dates: dddi July 13 - 31
Time: ddddi8:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m.
Location: dilLawton Middle School

Questions please contact: Mrs. Munro - 269 - 624 - 7806
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Click here to download registration form for summer school.

We would also like to make you aware that a failed class results in the student athlete not being able to participate in any fall sport for 10% of the season.  If a student makes up a credit in summer school or credit recovery before the start of the next season, they will not have to sit out any contests.  Two (2) failed classes would make the student athlete ineligible for the fall season.