Two hundred juniors and ten seniors were inducted into the James McKinnon Smith Chapter, National Honor Society on November 10, 2022. These students met the criteria set forth by NHS of scholarship, service, leadership, and character.
The Lockport Township High School Board of Education, administration, and staff wish to recognize the 147 students who were named AP Scholars for their performance on AP tests given in the spring of 2021. To receive AP Scholar recognition, a student must receive a score of 3 or higher on 3 or more Advanced Placement exams.
Lockport Township High School is proud to announce that 120 students have been named Illinois State Scholars for the graduating Class of 2022. Presented annually by the Illinois Student Assistance Commission, this prestigious recognition honors approximately the top ten percent of high school seniors statewide for their academic performance. Standardized test scores and performance-based academic data are key factors in the formula used to determine eligibility.
Lockport Township High School and the Lockport Rotary Club take great pride and pleasure in announcing the 114 Class of 2022 Top Ten Percent Students. This year, the ceremony took place on April 27, 2022, at DiNolfo’s Banquets in Homer Glen.
The 2022 Senior Awards Night was held on Wednesday, May 18th at 7 PM in the East Campus Auditorium. Thank you to the many scholarship sponsors who so generously support our students!
Lockport Township High School District 205 has announced its High Honor Roll and Honor Roll for the first semester of the 2021-2022 academic year and certifies that all students listed have completed the requirements for the Honor Roll.
The French, German, Japanese, and Spanish Honor Societies are national organizations that select students of the highest caliber and recognize their dedication to the language and culture. Students must maintain an overall GPA of 3.0 in their classes as well as a 3.5 GPA in their world language course. The students pledge to attend meetings and work within the society to increase further their understanding of their world language and grow culturally and charitably. Most importantly, students must possess a desire and passion to continue with their study of the language and culture in order to make meaningful contributions to our global society and increase cultural awareness for others.
The Illinois State Seal of Biliteracy provides recognition to high school students who have attained a high level of proficiency in speaking, reading, listening, and writing in one or more languages in addition to English. In order for students to be considered candidates for the Seal of Biliteracy, they must meet the established criteria for the award. Once the criteria have been met, students will receive the Seal of Biliteracy on their transcript and on their high school diploma.