• 2022 Summer School Credit Recovery and Credit Advancement Opportunity

    Registration Dates: May 16 - June 2, 2022

    June Session Dates: June 6 - June 23, 2022

    July Session Dates: July 6 - July 26, 2022

    LHS and LMS will host our 2022 Summer School  Credit Recovery in the LHS Library beginning in June.  The school will host two sessions, one in June and one in July. Students needing to participate in Credit Recovery must complete the online application by the noted deadline and pay the fee prior to the first day of each session.  Select the link below to register today. 

    Summer School Credit Recovery 2022 Application

    LHS will be hosting Credit Advancement virtually beginning in June. The school will offer two sessions, one in June and one in July. Students wishing to participate in Credit Advancement must complete the online application by the noted deadline and pay the fee prior to the first day of each session. Select the link below to register today. 

    Credit Advancement 2022 Application

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    All seniors must be financially cleared prior to receiving their diplomas. Take this time to check with Ms. Yates, your sponsors, the library, and any other groups to confirm you do not owe anything to the school. Return your Chromebook and your charger along with any books you may have been loaned over the past four years at LHS.
    If you have been offered ANY scholarships (regardless of whether you actually accepted them or not), please send a copy to Ms. Bartee via email.  We would like to recognize all seniors for their accomplishments, including all scholarships offered. Please send this in by Friday, May 13th.
    Cap-n-Gown and Announcement Delivery from Herff Jones
    Tuesday, May 3rd in the commons area from 10:45 to 12:00 pm
    Any remaining balance must be paid in full prior to receiving your items.
    Senior Exams are to be taken during your regular schedule period (no checkouts).
    Monday, May 16th English & History
    Tuesday, May 17th Math & Science
    Wednesday, May 18th Electives
    Senior Picnic at Sparetime in Trussville (open to all seniors, transportation not provided, must sign up to attend-see email)
    Thursday, May 19th, 11:00 am til ready to go
    Senior Awards Night (all seniors, family, and friends are invited) - senior class awards, honors recognitions, the announcement of honor grads, top ten, Val, and Sal.
    Sunday, May 22nd at 5:00 pm in the LHS Auditorium
    Graduation Practice (all seniors participating in the graduation ceremony must attend)
    Wednesday, May 25TH - ALL SENIORS MUST ARRIVE AT LHS NO LATER THAN 8:00 AM AND RIDE THE SCHOOL BUS TO THE CHURCH (This is ALL seniors, both virtual and traditional). Students should return to LHS around 11:00 am.
    Graduation Commencement Ceremony
    Thursday, May 26th at the Church of the Highlands, Grants Mill Campus seniors must arrive no later than 5:15 pm and report to the holding room for lineup. The ceremony will begin at 6:00 pm. Following the ceremony, all seniors must return to the holding area to retrieve personal items and collect paperwork.
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  • LCS Virtual Academy

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  • Parents: Please use the following Google Form to update your email address and SMS text preferences so we can better communicate with you! 

    Parent Email Collection

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  • 2021-22 Back to School Guidance

    Leeds City Schools is providing the following guidance to all stakeholders of the school system:


    1. All students not enrolled in the Leeds Virtual Academy are expected to return to in­ person learning on August 11, 2021.
    2. Vaccinations are encouraged for all persons ages 12 and over. Symptomatic persons will be sent home for 10 days or as otherwise directed by their physician.
    3. Masking Policy Effecitve September 29, 2021  
    4. A.When an individual school’s seven-day percentage of student positive cases reaches 1.00% or below OR when our overall level of community transmission is Moderate (Yellow) or Low (Blue), as determined by the Alabama Department of Public Health, then face coverings will become optional.

      B. We will use our weekly student positive case percentage that is released every Wednesday, and we will require a percentage below or above 1.00% for two consecutive weeks before we will change our requirements between face coverings mandated (over 1.00%) or face coverings optional (at or below 1.00%).

      C. Beginning Thursday, September 30, masking will become optional at school, given that no school has a 1% or greater positive rate over the past two weeks.  

      D. This plan is fluid and subject to change.
    5. Social distancing of a minimum of 3', where possible, will be beneficial in mitigating the spread of Covid. 

      Contact Tracing

      When face coverings become optional, our close contact procedures will have to change slightly. Currently, with all students wearing a face covering, we are only required to identify people who are within 3 feet of the positive person for more than 15 minutes. If a person is not wearing a face covering, then will have to expand that circle to 6 feet around the positive person. We will continue to notify parents of close contacts, ask parents to monitor their children for symptoms, and ask them to make their own decision about isolation from school as long as the child is not exhibiting symptoms. 


      If a change to masking is necessary, we will notify parents on Wednesday afternoons no later than 6pm.

    6. Facial coverings will remain mandatory for passengers and drivers on school buses. The Alabama Department of Public Health has interpreted the federal order regarding facial covering requirements on all forms of public transportation to include public school buses. This requirement supersedes the facial covering policy of the schools.
    7. The school nurse will report all suspected or diagnosed cases of Covid to the local Health Department.
    8. School officials will notify close contacts of Covid positive cases as soon as possible.
    9. Frequent handwashing and respiratory etiquette should be observed by all persons
    10. Anyone showing signs of Covid should remain home and see his/her healthcare provider as soon as possible for testing and care.
    11. There are no restrictions on attendance at extracurricular events presently.


    LCS will continuously monitor Jefferson County and school system Covid numbers on a daily basis. These guidelines are subject to change.


    Please recognize that Covid remains a threat outside of school hours; therefore vaccinations, face coverings, social distancing, and good hygiene are the best-known tools to defeat the virus.


    Revised September 29, 2021

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  • Setting up your Parent Powerschool Account

    You can set up your Parent Access Powerschool Account for all of your students enrolled in Leeds City Schools.

    Parents and students can access their accounts either by using a web browser or by downloading the Powerschool mobile app.

    • You must first set up your account using a web browser:
    • Go to
    • If you have not already, you must create your account by selecting the Create Account tab.
    • Select the blue Create Account button and complete the information fields.
    • Parents can link all of their students enrolled in Leeds City Schools under one account by entering their student's Access ID and Access Password. Both of these are their student's lunch number.

    You can also access your Powerschool account using the Powerschool mobile app:

    • Download the mobile app from Google Play or the Apple App Store - search Powerschool
    • First, you will be asked to enter the district code for Leeds City Schools. This code is MTST.
    • Now simply sign in using the account credentials you have previously created from the web browser.

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