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BETA CLUB

Next meeting will be Sept. 22 at 3:20 in the auditorium. It is a MANDATORY meeting!!!

First Softball Practice Wednesday

Softball practice will be held on the field at 3:30-5:15 p.m. Sept. 10, 2015. You need your equipment, and you will need a current physical to participate. Contact james.marlow@kcsdschools.net for more information.

This week at LEHS

FOOTBALL 9/11  (AWAY) Freshman @ Camden 6:00 9/11 (HOME) JV vs. West Florence 7:30 9/12 (AWAY) Varsity @ West Florence 7:30 VOLLEYBALL 9/9 (HOME) vs. Lexington 5:30 / 7:30 9/10 (HOME) vs Camden and White Knoll 5:30  

Lady Demon Volleyball highlights from Wednesday

Coach Mullins wanted to Congratulate the Lady Demon Varsity Volleyball team for an outstanding win against River Bluff on Wednesday night. All matches were decided by 2 points and every ounce of energy from the players and fans were needed to pull out the victory. Coach Mullins also wanted to congratulate the Maxpreps Player of the Match

Varsity Volleyball Takes Down Riverbluff 3-2

The Lady Demons Volleyball Team won their season opener against River Bluff High School. They lost the first match 23-25, won the second match 27-25, won the third match 28-26, lost the fourth match 26-28 and won the final match 17-15, winning the game 3-2. “The River Bluff game was really intense,” Claire Yount, senior,

ABLE Club Meets on 9/9

There will be a meeting of ABLE Club on Tuesday, September 9 at 6 pm in the LEHS Media Center. Please “like” ABLE Club on Facebook to get all updated information!

Thank you to Carolina Cafe

Carolina Cafe in Camden has graciously agreed to take care of the pre-game meals for our LE 9th grade football team. LEHS is extremely grateful for the local support. We encourage members of the Lugoff-Elgin community to support all of the businesses that support LEHS.

Lady Demons Volleyball take down Riverbluff 3-2

The Lady Demon Volleyball team kicked off the 2014 season by playing host to the Riverbluff HS Gators on Wednesday night in front of an impressive crowd of 176 rowdy fans and they got their monies worth. Every set was determined by two points. Game 1 went to Riverbluff 25-23 but Lady Demons fought back

Environmental Awareness Club

Environmental Awareness Club What: We are a club that wants to make difference in the community. We want to raise environmental awareness and keep our campus clean. We stand by our mission to create a healthier environment starting at Lugoff Elgin High School, but taking our knowledge and benefiting the rest of the World. Why:

LEHS, CHS students raise over $65,000

Camden High and Lugoff-Elgin High students use the week leading up to their rival football game to raise money for the United Way of Kershaw County. This year, that coincided with the first week of school.    As announced at halftime of last night’s football game, Lugoff-Elgin High raised $40,748.20 and Camden High raised $24,825.81, new