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2017 LHS Summer Camp Registration

Rising 4K-5th Grade students may now be enrolled for the 2017 Summer Youth Camps sponsored by Latta Schools. The registration form can be downloaded HERE. The form lists the categories of camp offerings and which week they are held. More information will follow, or you may contact Kim Bean at kbean@mail.dillon3.k12.sc.us.

Lady Vikings, State 2A Softball Champions!

2016-17 2A State Champions for Varsity Women's Softball

Congratulations to our Latta Lady Vikings Varsity Softball team for winning the STATE 2A Softball Championship for 2017!

LHS Alumni Yearbook Recognition

The Lattatude staff would like to offer LHS Alumni the opportunity to be recognized in the 2018 Lattatude. See the attached form for information regarding Alumni Recognition Ads. Click HERE to download the form.

Latta High School Ranked Nationally

Latta High School is ranked nationwide in US News & World Report’s tenth annual list of America’s Best High Schools. This is the tenth year that Latta High School has been ranked. The school earned a bronze ranking. US News & World Report started ranking high schools nationally in 2006.

The magazine and its partner in the rankings project, School Evaluation Services, examined 21,035 public high schools nationwide. US News uses a three-step process that analyzes how schools are educating all of their students, minority and disadvantaged students’ achievement, and finally college-bound student scores on state tests, Advanced Placement exams and International Baccalaureate tests.

Nationwide the 500 high schools with the highest college readiness scores were ranked and awarded gold medals. Silver winners are high-performing schools with lower college readiness, and bronze honors are given to high-performing schools based on state exam performance.

The state has 230 high schools. Two SC high schools received gold medals. Twenty-two high schools received silver. Thirty-seven high schools earned bronze.

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