Congratulations to Life High School Oak Cliff student Ja’Marion Richardson and Life Middle School Oak student Sharayah Richardson! These students were recognized as ACE (Academic and Citizenship Excellence) Award recipients by Sonja A. Brown, Mayor of the City of Glenn Heights. We are proud of your efforts to display excellence as a LifeLeader in your school and community.
This year, in honor of Veteran’s Day, Life School Lancaster Elementary held Operation Pringles, a drive for students and families to bring cans of Pringles to send to U.S. soldiers serving in other countries. From November 11-18, the campus collected donations. Together, students and families supported the initiative by bringing a total of 1,192 containers of Pringles.
During November 'Coaches Spotlight,' Life School's athletic department recognized Ashley Jackson and Caleb Veteto for their sacrifice of time and passion for Life School athletics.
The Life High School Waxahachie (LHSW) Theatre Program proudly presents “Cinderella” on Friday, December 2, and Saturday, December 3, 2022. The performance is based on the musical by Rodgers and Hammerstein. Open to the community, the musical will take place at the Waxahachie Chautauqua Auditorium.
The Life High School Waxahachie (LHSW) Theatre Program proudly presents “John Lennon & Me” on Saturday, November 19, 2022. The play is based on the comedic drama by Cherie Bennett. Open to the community, the performance will take place at the LHSW Black Box Theatre.
To shore up safety and security in Texas public schools, the Texas School Safety Center (TxSSC) began performing random intruder protection audits in Fall 2022. According to TxSSC, the goal is for 100% of school districts and 75% of campuses across the state to be audited by the end of the school year. In October, two Life School campuses were audited with no findings and no issues.
During October 'Coaches Spotlight,' Life School's athletic department recognized Andrew Duzyk and Colten Oder for their sacrifice of time and passion for Life School athletics.
n February, Life Middle School Waxahachie Principal Freddie Stanmore and his wife, Tiffany, will participate in Dancing with The Ellis County Stars. The event raises money for the Texas Baptist for Children (TBHC) Foster Care and Adoption.
In September, Life High School Oak Cliff (LHSOC) National Honor Society (NHS) students modeled the school's mission by partnering with World Vision to complete service projects. World Vision is a humanitarian organization working to help communities lift themselves out of poverty. Part of the organization's work includes supporting schools, churches and shelters.
During September 'Coaches Spotlight,' Life School's athletic department recognized Nicholas Perkins and Haleigh Boyce for their sacrifice of time and passion for Life School athletics.