The Green Schools Challenge is an opportunity to teach young people how to make our world a better place in which to live by showing them ways to conserve energy, keep clean water ways, and keep our resources renewed. Lake Hamilton EAST has chosen to collect aluminum cans for cash and redistribute the funds to purchase motion sensors for the lighting in dressing rooms, restrooms and other rooms where lights are often left on without any occupants.
Lake Hamilton High School will host a Financial Aid Workshop on Monday, January 14th at 6:00 p.m. in the high school cafeteria. Lisa Hopper, Director of Financial Aid at NPCC, will present the latest information on the PELL Grant/FAFSA, scholarships, grants, work study, and more. There will also be a drawing for a $250 scholarship. Parents of Seniors and Seniors are urged to attend.
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reports that this year's flu season is one of the worst seasons in the last few years. The flu virus is spread in droplet form and is very contagious. The risk of infection and spread of influenza viruses can be reduced by taking a combination of actions.
School closing announcements due to inclement weather will be made through local media, on the district website and by telephone. If you have changed your primary contact number since initial registration or if you have not received any calls from the district this year, you should update your telephone number in order to receive automated notifications. Please contact your child's school office to update your contact information.
Twenty-nine students at Lake Hamilton High School have earned AP Scholar Awards in recognition of their exceptional achievement on AP Exams. Read more...
Formerly known as Newsweek’s America’s Best High Schools, the list of America’s best high schools is now known as The High School Challenge and published as a part of the Washington Post. Lake Hamilton High School is one of only thirty Arkansas high schools to make the list. Read more...
How am I going to afford college? How do I find out if I qualify for financial aid? When should I start applying for college?
The answers to these questions, and many more, can be found at tasseltime.com. They have helpful information and sites designed to help all students, starting as early as third grade and continuing through graduate school. Just click on member log-in in the top right corner and use our Lake Hamilton School District account for access. The username is LHWOLVES and the password is WOLFPAW.
Check out this informative page created by our high school EAST students about the Lake Hamilton School District Wild Wolf Park.
Lake Hamilton High School serves as a bridge into adulthood by enabling all students to acquire knowledge of mathematics, reading, writing, technology, and healthy lifestyles. The educational experience, connecting educators, students, parents, and community members, will produce global citizens of tomorrow.