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Lyndon High School ACT scores remain above state average
The ACT has released the average test scores for 2017 LHS graduates and graduates throughout the State of Kansas. For the fourth consecutive year, LHS graduates have exceeded the state average score. Lyndon High School graduated 29 individuals in 2017, of that number, 21 took the ACT test. Those 21 students, had an average score of 22.8 while state wide the score was 21.7.
The graph below shows the five year trend in each of the areas tested by ACT and the composite score.
Five Year Trends – Average ACT Scores
|Grad Year||Total Tested||English||Mathematics||Reading||Science||Composite|
Cheer Team places 3rd at State
The Lyndon High School cheer team participated in the first ever KSHSAA Game Day Spirit Showcase on Saturday, November 18, 2017 at the Topeka Expo Center. The Varsity Spirit “Game Day” format was chosen by the KSHSAA as a way to exemplify what cheerleading represents. There were 83 Kansas schools that participated with 9 schools in the class 2A competition. Teams performed three routines consisting of fight song, crowd leading, and band dance. The Lyndon Cheer team scored in the top 6 and were entered into the finals where they showcased their best sideline and crowd leading material in a game day presentation that included an announcer-led situational game day element. Congratulations to Cheer Coach, Teressa Martin and the Lyndon Cheer Squad for placing 3rd in the competition! The team received medals and a 3rd place trophy. Squad members are Lauren Volkman – Senior, Cassidy Anderson – Junior, Regan Martin – Junior, Riley Martin – Junior, Teagan Sturdy - Sophmore, Aubrey Beyer – Sophmore, Alyssa Van Verth – Freshman, and Cleo Feltner – Freshman.
Lyndon High School Marching Band
Awarded a “1” at Kansas State Fair
Mr. Kaufman, Director of Lyndon High School’s Marching Ban is proud to announce the Lyndon High School Marching Band was awarded a 1 rating, the highest rating that is awarded at the Kansas State Fair Marching Competition. A 1 rating is the highest rating a marching can receive in the competition and is defined as outstanding. The competition was held in Hutchinson, Kansas on September 11th. Congratulations to the Lyndon High School Marching Band and Director Michael Kaufman.
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