Sperreng Middle School students have been collecting books and funds all year to create a library in Swaziland, Africa, and on Monday, May 6, they learned that their donations are a part the 1,000th library to be sent overseas, as part of the African Library Project. African Library Project founder and president Chris Bradshaw traveled [...]
Lindbergh Schools extends our thanks and well wishes to this year’s class of 22 retiring faculty and staff members. These longtime employees have served the district for a combined total of more than 400 years, and their ongoing dedication to Lindbergh and commitment to the success of our community’s children is much appreciated. This year’s [...]
Lindbergh High School has once again earned the “Triple Crown” of national academic honors. Newsweek, U.S. News and World Report, and the Washington Post all rank LHS on their 2013 lists of America’s best high schools in the country. In 2012, Lindbergh High School also was named a 2012 National Blue Ribbon School for academic [...]
“Fish” quietly swam in circles on a recent Saturday, oblivious to the surrounding flurry of activity and unaware of the extreme home makeover his pond and the courtyard at Long Elementary School had been undergoing for the past several months. The somewhat famous fish and his little pond used to be the only sign of [...]
Truman Student Earns U.S. Citizenship, LHS Students Selected for STARS Program, Kennerly Robotics Team Hosts Australian Visitors and more . . .
The Lindbergh High School Class of 1968 water polo team reunited recently during the current team’s “Senior Night,” to celebrate with teammates and fans. The alumni team, which placed third in state in 1968, was celebrating its 45th reunion. Coach Andy Butler recognized the former players during halftime of the current team’s game against Chaminade. [...]