Remote Learning to continue until end of school year

Senior Information - 2019-2020

2020 Graduates--

Please check the list of potential 2020 graduates posted on the Attendance Office window to make sure your full LEGAL name is spelled correctly. Diplomas will be printed as shown. See Mrs. Cornell, Registrar, if there are ANY changes.


2020 Graduation will be held Sunday, May 24 at the Bob Devaney Center at 1:30 pm. No tickets are required for family and friends.  Seating is on a first come first serve basis.  Please note that we are required to follow the Nebraska Athletics’ clear bag policy. Complete Bag Policy Here



Graduation Speakers

Seniors interested in speaking at commencement can pick up a form in the main office after spring break.  Deadline to submit an application is Wednesday, April 15.

Announcements and Cap/Gown Distribution

Lincoln Graduation will be here on March 17 during the lunch hour to distribute announcements to students that purchased them.  They will be located in front of the trophy case. 

Caps and gowns will be delivered to school in May and will be distributed to students after the senior meeting on Tuesday, May 5th.  

Senior Academic Reminders

  1. It is YOUR responsibility, if you are transferring from outside LPS, to provide documentation regarding Honor Roll from another school in order to be eligible for LSW 7 Semester Honor Roll. Do NOT wait until the last minute to address this issue.
  2. If you are graduating early as a JUNIOR, please let Bre Wright (main office) know if you would rather be honored at the LSW Honors Convocation with the junior class, or if you would rather be honored at the Senior Honors Program.
  3. Any academic achievement awarded at the senior honors convocation and/or at graduation are based on a student’s GPA through their seventh semester. Academic achievements, such as Top 3%, are subject to change after the final semester grades are included in the overall GPA. It is important to remember that taking a lighter course load in your final semester could affect your GPA and academic standing.

Government and Politics

As part of this class requirement, students need to fulfill 20 hours of community service. All seniors are required to take Government and Politics their senior year.  Please encourage your student to START their volunteer hours. FIFTEEN of the twenty hours of community service can be completed prior to them taking the course. The remaining five hours will need to be completed the term that they actually take the Government and Politics Course. Seniors have until graduation to complete GoPo (Government & Politics) hours. However, if their hours are not complete by the time they complete the course, they will receive an incomplete (Inc) on their report card. This means they will not eligible for Honor Roll/Letter/Pin/7 Semester Honor Roll. Below is a link with information regarding what qualifies for the 20 hours:

Due dates for Government and Politics volunteer hours: