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Welcome to Lake View High School

The Home of Champions

Grades 6th – 12th

PO Box 624
401 East Third Avenue
Lake View, SC 29563
(843)759-3009 phone
Principal: Mr. Chris Ray
Assistant Principal:  Ms. Angela Gordon


Important Dates
2024-25 First Day August 5, 2024

LVHS Class of 2024

Class of 2024

LVHS Class of 2024

Valedictorian:  Anna Camp
Salutatorian:  Jacob Kirby
2024 Valedictorian and Salutatorian

LVHS 2024 Junior Marshalls


2024 Junior Marshalls

2024-25 Teacher of the Year: Lauren Ray

2024 Teacher of the Year

Beat the Summer Slide with
online Enrichment Tutorials!

Summer Enrichment Tutorial Middle School
Summer Enrichment Tutorial High School
Spanish Version - Summer 2024 Enrichment Tutorials MS
Spanish Version - Summer 2024 Enrichment Tutorials HS
Adult Ed GED Ready Tutorials

Business Survey (Various business across the career clusters)


CTE Educators Survey (Secondary Educators)

Guardian Survey (Secondary Educators)

Things to Remember

All student fees need to be paid.
Any missing textbooks, tablets, or library books
need to be returned to LVHS as soon as possible.


Please take the time to read the Student Handbook
for the 2023-24 School Year!

Student Handbook 2023-2024.pdf





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What's Going on @ Lake View High School

The Lake View Lady Gator Basketball Team are Lower State Champs!
Girls Basketball Lower State Champs
1A Lower State Softball Champions

1A Lower State Champs

The Lake View High School/ NETC Workforce Science class is OSHA 10 training with PPE (personal protective equipment). These students will leave LVHS workforce ready!

Pictured below:

Bill Heering, Holden Huggins, and Mason Floyd
PPE training

The Lake View High School Attendance Manual has been updated.

Please take the time to read over the policies. 

Review a copy here.

Whooping Cough Vaccine Required for Rising 7th Graders

The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control is working to prevent the spread of pertussis, an illness that can be fatal to infants, by requiring older children to get vaccinated.

Rising seventh graders must be immunized for pertussis, commonly known as whooping cough, with the Tdap vaccine.  The shot’s name is short for tetanus, diphtheria and acellular pertussis.  Many children receive the Tdap vaccines during infancy.  The vaccines are designed to jointly boost immunity.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices recommend that 11-year-olds receive the Tdap vaccine.  Students must present a certificate of immunization to schools obtained from county health departments or from their doctor’s office.

Whooping cough is especially contagious, and symptoms include severe coughing that sounds like a high-pitched breathless gasp.  Teens and adults who catch pertussis can rupture blood vessels and get cracked lips.  Infants can die.

Dillon School District Four school officials and health professionals urge parents to get their children vaccinated as soon as possible.  Vaccination appointments should be made with the local health department or with a family physician. 

Once a student has had their vaccination, an updated South Carolina Immunization Record should be taken to the child’s school.  District nurses will maintain records denoting which students have had the vaccine and which students need the required vaccine.

Students have until the beginning of next school year to receive this immunization. If they have not received it by the beginning of next school year, they will be excluded from school until the immunization is received and the updated immunization record is on file. The only exception is for those with a religious exemption.  Religious exemptions can only be issued by the local health department.  If parents have questions about the vaccine, they should call and ask to speak to the nurse at their child’s school. 


Fallon Walker, RN BSN

School Nurse  


Title IX Coordinator for Lake View High School

Chris Ray, Principal
401 E. 3rd Ave
Lake View, SC  29563
[email protected]

LVHS Mission Statement
Lake View High School will provide a safe and challenging learning environment that inspires all students to be life-long learners and to capture their dreams.

LVHS Vision
The vision of Lake View High School is to empower students with critical inquiry and research skills, problem-solving skills, and a value for intellectual curiosity and social responsibility so they can be future leaders and thinkers to advance the roles of science, technology, engineering, arts, and mathematics in society.

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