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Lansing High School Named in Top School in Central New York
LCSD Recognized With Prestigious Statewide Recognition as Reward School
Lansing Named Top School District for Syracuse Area by Business First
Lansing HS ranks among top 50 schools for SAT scores
 
July 13, 2017
Lansing HS ranks among top 50 schools for SAT scores
Lansing Central School district is proud to announce that Lansing High School has placed among the top 50 schools in upstate New York for SAT scores. LHS placed 17 on the list, with a composite average total of 1113 for math and reading scores. Students had an average score of 547 for the reading section of the exam and 566 for the math section. LHS exceeded both the average composite and individual section scores for New York State.

To learn more about the top 50 schools, click here. Congratulations, LHS!

June 8, 2017
Lansing Named Top School District for Syracuse Area by Business First

Business First, a business newspaper in Buffalo, N.Y., has named Lansing Central School District one of the top schools in the Syracuse area. Lansing ranked seven among 54 districts in Cayuga, Cortland, Madison, Onondaga, Oswego and Tompkins counties. Congratulations on this great accomplishment, Lansing! To view the list of all district ratings, click here.

May 26, 2017
LCSD Recognized With Prestigious Statewide Recognition as Reward School by NYSED

New York State Education Department (NYSED) Commissioner MaryEllen Elia has named the Lansing Central School District (LCSD) a Reward School for the 2016-17 school year. LCSD is one of 185 high achieving and high progress schools to receive the title of Reward School.

“These schools serve as models to other schools in the state to inspire them to achieve a high level of accomplishment and improvement,” Commissioner Elia said. “Schools that excel should be recognized, and I am thrilled that many of these schools continue to demonstrate high achievement year after year.”

To earn this distinction, Reward Schools must demonstrate either high academic achievement or the most progress with minimal gaps in student achievement between certain populations of students.

According to the NYSED website, Lansing and all other Reward Schools were required to:
  • For the 2014-15 and 2015-16 school years, be among the top 20 percent of schools in the state for English language arts (ELA) and math performance for or for the 2015-16 school year be among the top 10 percent of schools in terms of gains in ELA and math performance.
  • For the 2014-15 and 2015-16 school years, have made Adequate Yearly Progress for all groups of students on all measures for which the school is accountable. This included the requirement that 95 percent of all groups participate in ELA and mathematics assessments.
  • Not have unacceptably large gaps in student performance on accountability measures between students who are members of an accountability group (e.g., low-income students) and students who are not members of that group.
  • Elementary and middle schools must demonstrate that more than 50 percent of students are making annual growth in ELA and math; and that more than 50 percent of the school’s lowest achieving students are also making gains.
  • High schools must have graduation rates above 80 percent to be a high achieving school and above 60 percent to be a high progress school.
  • The percentage of students in the school who graduate with a Regents diploma with advanced designation or a Career and Technical Endorsement must exceed the State average.
  • High schools must show that students are graduating students at a rate that exceeds the State average for students who didn’t demonstrate ELA proficiency when they first entered the school.
For more information about Reward Schools, as well as a list of all other recipients, visit the announcement on the NYSED website. Congratulations to LCSD on this wonderful accomplishment! 

April 25, 2017 
Lansing High School Named in Top School in Central New York by
US World News
The 2017 list of the Best High Schools across the U.S. and in every state has been released by U.S. News & World Report – and Lansing High School (LHS) has made the list! LHS was ranked among the top 100 schools in New York State, ranking 70th in the state and 686 nationally. LHS also ranked as one of the top schools in the Central New York region. LHS has a graduation rate of 95 percent and a 50.8 college readiness score. The scores for the Best High Schools rankings are based on graduation rates, performance on state proficiency tests and college-level coursework, enrollment, diversity, and participation in free and reduced-price lunch programs. Congratulations, LHS and the Lansing Central School District! 
 

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