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Ask any educator, and he/she will tell you that one of the things most appreciated about the field is the opportunity to annually begin anew. Lessons that could have been better can be improved upon. ...
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Middle/High School News

ACT for All Juniors on March 9 ACT

We need 100% of our juniors here on campus for the ACT on March 9!  Please bring your charged laptop with you.  See our ACT FLYER for details.

Confirm or Change Your 4th Quarter Plan by March 3 strong

Please take some time to review our 4th Quarter Plan.  Beginning March 11, students will have the opportunity to return to in-person classes FULL TIME, Monday through Friday.  If you intend to change your child's plan, please contact the school's counselor by March 3.  

Grades 9-12 Planning News & Reminders lifeafterlhs

Parents & Students, please take some time to read through our most recent planning newsletters for Grades 9-12.  They provide lots of resources and tools to help guide our students with their planning for life after high school, as well as offer some great activities they can do NOW while at LHS.

Freshmen & Sophomore News

Junior News

Senior News

Download Our Mobile App for Easy Access! app

Download our mobile app for easy access to our Events Calendar, News, our COVID Dashboard, our Menu, social media links, and more!  Go to your mobile device's App Store and search for Ludlow Independent Schools.  Using our mobile app is a great way to stay connected!

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Events & Calendar



Ludlow High School Receives National Recognition!

Bronze Medal

Congratulations to the students, faculty, and families of Ludlow Independent Schools!  Ludlow High School was awarded a BRONZE MEDAL from U.S. News & World Report in 2018!  That ranks us in the Top 29% of school nationally, and in the Top 23% in Kentucky!  Way to go, Panthers!

Our Mission
The Ludlow Independent School District is committed to fostering a culture
of rigor, excellence, and personal accountability by developing meaningful relationships with students, families, and community members to support and empower students to graduate with college and career readiness skills.

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