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Life High School Waxahachie News & Notes

  • 2021 Pandemic Electronic Benefit Transfer Application

    Dear Parent or Guardian,

    Texas Health and Human Services is partnering with the Texas Department of Agriculture and the Texas Education Agency to provide summer 2021 Pandemic Electronic Benefit Transfer (P-EBT) benefits to eligible children.

  • Cheerleading Adapts to Virtual Tryouts

    As Ellis County continues the “shelter-in-place” orders to manage the COVID-19 curve, the Life High School Waxahachie and Life Middle School Waxahachie cheer teams are proving their resilience through a virtual solution of online tryouts.

    “We still wanted to give our girls the opportunity because it means a lot to them to be able to try out for the team. They put in a lot of work this year and they really wanted to see the fruits of their labor,” expressed Kirstein Andrew, LHSW Head Cheer Coach.

  • Golf Tourney Raises Over $10k

    In a swinging success, the Life School Education Foundation (LSEF) raised over $10,000 in student scholarships and educational grants during its Fairway for Leaders Golf Tournament on Sept. 21st.

  • Inspired Life School Parent Joined Life School as Educator to Inspire Others

    Life School parent Johnnie Ware of Life Middle School Waxahachie (LMSW) brings a unique perspective to what it means to be a part of the Life School family. Her journey began when her children, Denys and Dennis, were accepted to Life School Red Oak (LSRO) when the campus first opened in 2003.

  • Lady Mustangs Take First Place At UIL District Cross Country Meet

    Both Life Varsity Cross Country teams qualify for Regionals on Nov. 10

  • LHSW Cancels Games | 9.17.20

    UPDATE [5:30 PM] -- LHSW Homecoming has been canceled. We are exploring alternate dates to reschedule. 

    Dear Life School Families,

    On September 16, 2020, the Life School Athletic Department was notified by an administrator with Life High School Waxahachie’s (LHSW) opponent of concerns related to COVID-19.

  • LHSW Cheer Leads Cheer Clinic

  • LHSW Cheerleader to Perform in Rome

    Mariah Bell from Life High School Waxahachie is one of over 300 high school dancers, cheerleaders, and drum majors from across the U.S. who will be performing in the historic city of Rome on New Year’s Day. Mariah also represented her high school in the London New Year’s Day Parade last year. 

  • LHSW Drive-In Lifts Spirits for Class of 2020

    Amid Gov. Greg Abbott’s closure of schools due to COVID-19, Life High School Waxahachie hasn’t missed a beat when it comes to celebrating its Class of 2020.

  • LHSW Grad Goes from Track to Courtroom

    Meet Kayla Jenkins: A Life High School Waxahachie graduate, track star, and soon-to-be Criminal Justice Lawyer. Currently attending Texas Southern University on a track scholarship, Jenkins is running her race with her sights set on a Criminal Justice degree. 

  • LHSW Head Coach Earns 300th Win

    On January 2nd, 2020 the Life High School Waxahachie Boys Varsity Basketball team defeated Midland Greenwood by a margin of 50-38 to give Coach Eddie Berumen his 300th win as the Head Varsity Coach.In his 12th season with Life School, the goal-oriented Berumen remains committed to building one of the strongest basketball programs in District 17-4A. Coach Berumen became the Life High School Mustangs’ first-ever varsity boys basketball coach in 2008 competing in Division 1A.

  • LHSW Head Track Coach Receives '600 Career Points' Track Plaque

    Congratulations to Life High School Waxahachie (LHSW) Head Track Coach Lyle Linscomb on being awarded the Texas Girls Coaches Association (TGCA) '600 Career Points' Track Plaque

  • LHSW Names New Head Football Coach

  • Life High School Athletes Compete at the State Track Meet

    Several goal-oriented athletes from both Life High School Oak Cliff and Life High School Waxahachie are realizing all of their hard work is paying off. They traveled to Austin to compete in the recent Track & Field UIL State Championships at The University of Texas at Austin.

  • Life High School Waxahachie Donates Water to Hurricane Ida Victims

    Over the span of two days, Life High School Waxahachie (LHSW) students donated over 160 cases of water to help aid those struck by Hurricane Ida.

  • Life High Waxahachie Baseball Team Makes School History

    On Thursday, May 6th the Life High School Waxahachie (LHSW) varsity baseball team made school history by winning their first ever playoff game. The Mustangs hosted the 11 & 12 4-A Bi-District Playoff game and defeated Dallas Pinkston 11-0.

  • Life High Waxahachie Hosts Media Day to Spotlight Track & Field Season Expectations

    Last Friday, Life High School Waxahachie (LHSW) took a proactive step to set season expectations by hosting a media day for its track and field athletes. Local Ellis County media outlets showed support as coaches and students were interviewed about the upcoming season.

  • Life High Waxahachie Lady Mustangs Cross Country Team Is State-bound on Nov. 24

    Bound for state, the Life High School Waxahachie (LHSW) Lady Mustangs took third place during the UIL 4A-Region 2 Regional Cross Country meet in Dallas, Texas, Tuesday morning.

  • Life High Waxahachie NHS Students Kickoff Giveback Initiative With Bus-Wash

    During a time of social distancing, sometimes the solution to give back to a community can be as simple as washing a bus. Last Thursday, Life High School Waxahachie’s (LHSW) National Honor Society (NHS) kicked-off its campus initiative with a good ‘ole fashion bus-wash.

  • Life School Athletic's Spotlights February's Coaches Of The Month

    Life School's Athletics Department names February's "Coaches Spotlight," recognizing coaches who demonstrate LifeLeader attributes daily. 


Dr. Brent Wilson - President
Sharon Williams - Secretary
Christopher Clemmons - Treasurer
Dr. Sharon Lee - Board Member
Ruben Martinez - Board Member
Chris Ransbottom - Board Member


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