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Lindsay High School

Matt Brennan, Principal – – (940) 668-8474 x113

Steffani Cornelison, Counselor – – (940) 668-8474 x209 

Nikki Swaney, Secretary – – (940) 668-8474 x113

Chasity Forson, Attendance Clerk – – (940) 668-8474 x104

High School Bell Schedule

High School Bell Schedule | Pep Rally Schedule

Graduation Ceremony is History
Tatum Fleitman gives the Valedictory speech at graduation.

Commencement exercises for the Lindsay High School class of 2023 were held on May 19 in the LHS gymnasium. We have photos of the event in these galleries:

Pre-Ceremony pictures
Presentation of Diplomas
Post-Graduation activities

Westbrook Honored on Retirement
Mr. Westbrook and Mr. Cope with the retirement plaque.

LHS Math teacher Darrel Westbrook was honored at the employee luncheon on May 19 with a retirement plaque and a cake. Mr. Westbrook has blessed a large number of students who have passed through his classroom over the years, and he will definitely be missed at Lindsay ISD. He is pictured with Superintendent Steve Cope. Thanks to Mrs. Westbrook for the picture.

Students Enjoy Color Day
Lindsay High School students experienced the annual Color Day on May 12. We have photos of the fun here.

LHS Conducts Awards Ceremony
The annual Lindsay High School awards ceremony was held on May 9. We have photos of the event in these galleries:


Senior Walk is History
On May 9, the class of 2023 participated in the annual Senior Walk through the elementary. We have video of the event here.

Gage Ahlmark with his design.

Ahlmark Competes in State Contest
Lindsay Senior Gage Ahlmark qualified for the state Theatrical Design competition! He traveled to Austin May 1 to show off his design and competed for a medal on May 3.



Greenhouse/Floral Design News
Students in Ms. Pavliska's classes have been really busy with projects in April. The floral design class made crepe paper corsages to practice necessary taping and wiring skills. The greenhouse class is enjoying the newly-constructed greenhouse and have been working in there on projects. Photo gallery.

Career Class Volunteers at VISTO
students at VISTO volunteering to help.

Students in Mrs. Hedrick's Career Preparation class volunteered at VISTO on April 21, begging and boxing up 350 Backpack Buddies packs. VISTO distributes over 900 Backpack Buddy packs every week.

Wolf, Foster Sign with A&M Commerce
Nicholas Wolf and Dawson Foster sign with A&M commerce.
Lindsay High School Bass Fishing standouts Nicholas Wolf and Dawson Foster signed a letter of intent to compete at Texas A&M Commerce on April 20. They are pictured with Tristan White, president of the college’s Bass Fishing team. The ceremony was attended by family and friends. We have a photo gallery of the event here.

Students Enjoy Prom
Coltan Hanks and Kyla Metzler at prom.

On April 15, Lindsay High School held the annual prom at the Gainesville Civic Center. Coltan Hanks and Kyla Metzler were crowned prom king and queen. We have photos of the fun in these galleries:

Introductions, camera one
Introductions, camera two
Parent/student dances
Miscellaneous photos
King and Queen ceremony

Graduation is May 27
Graduation for the LHS Class of 2023 will be on Friday, May 27. The event will be in the main gym and will begin at 7:00 pm.

8th Grade Concludes Study of Shakespeare
Students in Mrs. Dunlap's 8th Grade Literature class enjoyed a "High Tea" at the end of the the Romeo and Juliet unit on February 24. In addition to tea, there was also a large amount of food for the students to enjoy. Photo gallery.

Fishing Team Enjoys Success
Bass club picture taken after Lake Ray Hubbard tournament.

The Lindsay Bass Fishing Team had a great day fishing February 11 on Lake Ray Hubbard. They finished 2nd overall as a school and had 3 in the top 25. Nick Wolf and Dawson Foster finished 3rd overall with 12.18 pounds and won a $500 scholarship. Cutter Cheaney and Lane Foster finished 19th with 4.80 pounds, and Corey Metzler and Dayne Meurer had 4.38 pounds.

Floral Classes Work on Projects

Students in Ms. Pavliska's Floral Design classes have been hard at work completing various arrangements. Thanks for Ms. Pavliska for the pictures.

Boys work on arrangements.

Austin Henderson works on an arrangement.

Biology Class Completes DNA Project

High school students pose with their DNA project.

Mrs. Keith's Honors Biology class spent time in January learning about the process of DNA replication. Students then built a paper model of DNA to simulate replication. It was a great hands-on learning opportunity for all to participate in.

8th Graders Work on Project in Literature Class
Students in Mrs. Dunlap's 8th Grade Literature class are in the process of reading "Romeo and Juliet," and part of that unit is creating masks that infer things about the characters in the play. We have a photo gallery of the fun here.

A&P Class Dissects Cow Bones

On January 13, students in Mrs. Barnhill's class dissected cow bones to get a first-hand look at bone and joint structures. Our high school students gave some 7th grade science students a demonstration of the process as they looked on. Thank you Hess Meat Market & Grocery for providing the materials!

A&P class dissects cow bones.

A&P class dissects bow bones

A&P class dissects cow bones.

JH UIL Winners Honored
Junior high UIL group picture.
Lindsay Junior High held a ceremony on January 13 that recognized those who won awards at the recent Academic UIL Competition, which Lindsay won. Pictured are all of the students who placed in an event.

HS Class Visits Kindergarten

Principles of human services students lined up to present snowmen.

Students in Mrs. Hedrick's Principles of Human Services class made a visit to the Kindergarten on December 6 to prevent the snowmen they made to each of the kindergarten students. The snowmen were made out of pictures that the kindergarten students had colored. Photo gallery.

Bass Club Season is Going Well

Bass club picture of Nicholas Wolf and Dawson Foster.

Congratulations to the Lindsay HS Bass Club. Lindsay as a school is currently in 5th place in the North Texas Division of the Texas High School Bass Association. There are 44 schools with approximately 243 boats in the North Texas Division. They have 2 more tournaments left in regular season: February 11 and March 11.

Overall Standings
1st place-Dawson Foster and Nick Wolf
13th place-Jaret Dulock and Hunter Sandmann
58th - Lane Foster and Cutter Cheaney
75th - Dayne Meurer and Corey Metzler

8th Graders Complete Projects

Students in Coach Duncan's 8th Grade Science classes recently completed roller coaster projects. Students were learning about gravity, friction, and acceleration for these projects.

8th graders with roller coaster project

8th graders with roller coaster project

Students Participate in Red River PromiseSeniors pose at the end of the Red River Promise program.
On October 27, LHS students participated in the Red River Promise program that was sponsored by NCTC. Photo gallery.

Child Development Class Visits Tiny Trails
Students in Mrs. Hedrick's Child Development class visited Tiny Trails in October. Photo gallery.

JH Girls Dress up for Athletics

Group photo of the junior high girls in Halloween costumes.

The Junior High girls athletics group had a Halloween theme for practice on October 19. We have a photo gallery of the fun here.

Students Do Good Work at LHS

Group picture of the greenhouse class students.
Students in Ms. Pavliska's Greenhouse class have been busy re-working the high school flower bed in the front of the building.

Mason Jar Vases are Ready to Go

Toby and Nate holding their vases.

Ms. Pavliska's Floral Design classes have been working on painting their Mason Jar vases for their Fall arrangements.

Metzler is Crowned Homecoming Queen

Dayne Muerer and Kyla Metzler after she was crowned Homecoming queen.

LHS Senior Kyla Metzler was crowned Homecoming Queen during halftime of the football game on October 7. Escorted by Dayne Meurer, she was crowned by last year's queen, Trinity Williamson. A large photo gallery of the event can be found here.

Powderpuff Tradition Continues

Sophomores celebrate a touchdown

Lindsay High School held the annual powerpuff football game on October 5, and we have pictures of the fun in these two large galleries:

First gallery
Second gallery

Homecoming Court Announced

Homecoming court group photo.

Lindsay High School has named the Homecoming Court for the 2022 year. In front are the Queen candidates: Audrey Colwell, Mary Doughty, Kyla Metzler, and Kortnie Reiter. In the back are the Princesses: freshman Sadie Wolf, junior Mia Hunt, and sophomore Mary Colwell.

Students are Ready for Game Day

High School kids greeting little kids in cafeteria.

Lindsay Elementary students were greeted by football players and cheerleaders on September 30.

Floral Classes are Working on Mums

Students in Ms. Pavliska's Floral Design classes are busy working on Homecoming mums.

Austin Henderson works on a mum.

Rae Ann Wolf works on a homecoming mum.

Floral Design Classes Create Arrangements

Girls create floral arrangements.

Students in Ms. Pavliska's Floral Design classes were busy making round centerpiece arrangements on September 23. Photo gallery.

Game Day Tradition Continues

Football players and cheerleaders at elementary on September 23.
On September 23, the elementary students were greeted by a group of football players, cheerleaders, and Sir Henry.

It's Game Day!

Football players and cheerleaders at the elementary on September 16.

Students at Lindsay Elementary School were greeting by a group of football players and cheerleaders on September 16.

A&P Class Performs "Pickle Autopsies"

One of the Branson twins performs a pickle autopsy.

Students in Mrs. Barnhill's Anatomy and Physiology class practiced using dissection tools by doing pickle autopsies on September 1. Injuries consisted of strangulation, parasites, brain tumors, explosions, gunshots, and stab wounds. We have a photo gallery of this event here.

The Tradition Continues

Football players greeting elementary kid.

Students at Lindsay Elementary School were greeted by a line of football players on August 26.

2022-2023 LHS Class Officers

President - Jaret Dulock
Vice President - Avery Dieter
Treasurer - Camille Buckaloo
Secretary - Davin Meurer

President - Abby Brennan
Vice President - Addison Lawson
Treasurer - Jennifer Brandle
Secretary – Madeline Neu
Student Council Representative - Madeline Neu

President - Maddie Wiliams
Vice President - Katelyn Fuhrmann
Treasurer - Autumn Hedrick
Secretary - Diya Dax
Student Council Representative - Landry Rogers

President - Yash Patel
Vice President - Riya Dax
Treasurer - Audrey Colwell
Secretary - Abby Hellman
Student Council Representative - Kortnie Reiter

School Supplies Lists are Posted
Here are the school supplies lists for Lindsay Junior High and High School:
Junior High (7-8) | High School (9-12)

Important Lindsay High School Documents

Here are useful documents for Lindsay High School students:

Bell Schedule | Student Handbook | Code of Conduct | Changes to Student Handbook & Code of Conduct

Career and Technical Education Public Notification of Nondiscrimination - English | Spanish

Lone Star Cup History

Coach Neighbors’ Career Cruising link