Lakeview School District has been selected for the College Board’s 8th Annual AP Honor Roll. Lakeview is one of only 447 districts in the U.S. and Canada to achieve this status. Twenty one Michigan districts made the list this year. “This is an honor that reflects the commitment of our high school staff to engage and support all students in achieving at a high level,” said Lakeview Superintendent Blake Prewitt. The College Board annually recognizes districts for increasing student access to Advanced Placement (AP) courses while maintaining or increasing the percentage of students who pass AP exams. Lakeview offers 13 AP courses including English, statistics, economics, physics and history. Enrollment in AP coursework continues to increase, with almost 30% of LHS students enrolled in AP courses this year.
Riverside Robotics Club members welcomed Ryan Katz, President of Katz Well Drilling, and had the opportunity to learn about different types of wells. Pictured, Ryan Katz, President of Katz Well Drilling, shows members of the Riverside Robotics Club different types of drills. The drill pictured has a synthetic diamond and can drill through almost anything.
The Lakeview School District Board of Education is now accepting nominations for its Annual Distinguished Alumni and Outstanding Young Alumni Awards. Nomination forms and award criteria are available on the district website at www.lakeviewspartans.org/alumniawards. The deadline for submission is March 1st. The Awards recognize Lakeview graduates who, through their careers and community service, have distinguished themselves amongst their peers. Past recipients of the Distinguished Alumni Award include Broadway star Doug LaBrecque ’82, and local community and business leaders Mary Jane Cipcic ‘67, Charles Burnham ‘69 and Dr. Peter Colquhoun, Class, ‘74. Jenn Gibbons ‘03 and Caitlynn Shump ’10 received the district’s first two Outstanding Young Alumni Awards.