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{{Infobox School
| name = Louisa County High School
| image = LouisaCountyHS.png
| imagesize = 120px
| streetaddress = 757 Davis Highway
| city = [[Mineral, Virginia|Mineral]]
| state = [[Virginia]]
| zipcode = 23117
| country = {{USA}}
| coordinates =
| type = Public
| schooltype = [[High school#United States|high school]]
| established = 1940
| district = Louisa County Public Schools
| ceeb = 471445
| principal = Mr. Tom Smith
| asst principal = Ms. Ayanna Jones<br>Mrs. Deborah Coles<br>Mr. David Blanchard<br>Mr. Shaun-Michael Woody| staff =
| teaching_staff = 99 (as of 2006-07)<ref name="nces">{{cite web |title=School Detail for Louisa County High |url= |publisher=National Center for Education Statistics }}</ref>
| ratio = 14.0 (as of 2006-07)<ref name="nces"/>
| grades = 9-12
| campus type = Rural
| conference = [[Virginia High School League|VHSL]]<br>[[AA Region II]]<br>[[AA Jefferson District]]
| motto = P.R.I.D.E.
| mascot = Lion
| colors = [[Green]] and [[Gold (color)|Gold]] {{colorbox|#014421}} {{colorbox|#C5B358}}
| yearbook = ''Reflector''
| newspaper = ''The Lion's Roar''
| enrollment = 1,523 (as of 2008-09)<ref name="vdoe">{{cite web |url=|format=PDF|title=School Report Card |accessdate=2009-09-05 |publisher=Virginia Department of Education}}</ref>
| footnotes =
| homepage = [ Louisa County High School]
'''Louisa County High School''' is a [[secondary school]] for students of [[Louisa County, Virginia]] in the United States. It serves as the school for students in the county in grades 9-12.
Louisa County High School was created by the consolidation of Louisa, Mineral, and Apple Grove high schools, opening for classes in 1940. The high school was integrated in the fall of 1969.
The largest class of LCHS was the Class of 2009, which graduated 358 students.
The [[2011 Virginia earthquake]] caused significant damage to the school. Following an investigation, the building was condemned. As a temporary measure, the high school students shared the middle school for the next several months. High school students attended on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, while middle school students attended Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday. As this was going on, a system of modular buildings were set up in the high school parking lot. Starting the first of February, the high school students began attending class in the modular buildings. It has not yet been established when a new high school will be built.<ref name=wjva_damage>{{cite web|title=Earthquake damage to Lousia County schools could reach $60M|url=|work=[[WJLA-TV]]|accessdate=30 August 2011}}</ref>
The high school offers courses in a wide variety of departments, including Alternative Education, Career & Technical Education, English, Fine Arts, Foreign Language, Guidance, Mathematics, Physical Education, Science, Social Studies, and Special Education.
The school also offers several [[Advanced Placement Program]] (AP) classes and dual-enrollment courses with both [[J. Sargeant Reynolds Community College]] and [[Piedmont Virginia Community College]].
==Extracurricular activities==
Student groups and activities at Louisa County High School include anime club, band, Ex Libris, [[FBLA-PBL|FBLA]], [[Family, Career, and Community Leaders of America|FCCLA]], [[National FFA Organization|FFA]],SCA, fishing club, foreign language club, gospel choir, guitar club, [[Health Occupations Students of America|HOSA]], Impact club, [[Rotary International#Interact|Interact]], juggling club, [[National Art Honor Society]], [[National Honor Society]], newspaper, [[Odyssey of the Mind]], Renaissance club, [[Quizbowl|Scholastic Bowl]], [[SkillsUSA]], SCUBA Club, Student Organization for Developing Attitudes, Thespians, [[Tri-M]], [[Technology Student Association|TSA]], Varsity Club, and yearbook.
Louisa County High School is a member of the [[Virginia High School League]] and belongs to the [[AA Jefferson District|Jefferson District]] in [[AA Region II]]. The school's teams, known as the Louisa Lions, compete in baseball, basketball, cheerleading, cross country, field hockey, football, golf, soccer, softball, tennis, indoor/outdoor track, volleyball, swimming, and wrestling.
Louisa is known for having a heavily supported football program, due to success in the years since 2004, reaching the state championship game in 2006. The football field known as "The Jungle" was awarded the 2011 Best School and Parks Football Field in America.
The Lions have won a few Virginia state titles during their history. The most recent one was by the boys' indoor track team in 2009.<ref>[ Lions roll to state indoor track title]</ref> The Lions have also had luck in Baseball, having won a state title in 1990, and cross country back in the late 1990s.
==External links==
*[ Louisa County High School]
[[Category:Educational institutions established in 1940]]
[[Category:Public high schools in Virginia]]
[[Category:Schools in Louisa County, Virginia]]
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