On-line registration for next school year  is now available for Lima Senior High Students. All students must register and it must be done on-line. Register here. Parents needing help with registration can come to the school between 8 a.m. and 3 p.m. Mondays through Thursdays. Students

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The Lima Senior Class of 2018 has earned more than $2.5 million in scholarships. Scholarships were announced at Wednesday’s Convocation. Scholarships have come from alumni classes, individuals, families, organizations and others. A big thank you to all those who make these scholarships possible
     Lima Senior High School students who have committed to higher education or the military recently participated in the school’s Academic Signing. This is the fourth year of the event, with 110 students participating this year. This is more than in past years. The event

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Lima Senior High School senior Matthew Burden has passed all 10 of his Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) certification tests, a first for any student in the school’s automotive program. These nationally-recognized certifications will be valid for two years and are presented to employers to obtain jobs

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Forty-three juniors were recently inducted into the Lima Senior High School National Honor Society. Students must have a 3.3 cumulative GPA and be good representatives of the Lima City Schools (good character, community service, etc.). Students inducted were Hailey Bartels, Jatanya Battle, Cora Bicknell, Bryce Binkley,

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A team of Lima Senior High School DECA students finished in the top 10 at the DECA International Career Development Conference this week in Atlanta, Ga. Amiah Allen, Syrus Mason and Kate Woods presented the Big Spartans Little Spartans program in the Community Service division. The

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Seventeen Lima Senior High Schools students have met the criteria for the chance to win a blue PT Cruiser. To qualify students must have no absences, tardies or referrals all school year and maintain at least a 3.2 grade-point average. Students must also be at least

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