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Leesburg, GA
Students enrolled: 1,300
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1 Trojan Way
Leesburg, GA 31763

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(229) 903-2260
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January 14, 2014
Look, no school is perfect. No school is without crime, and bullying. No school is without cliques, and moody teachers. All schools have problems. I was born in Lee County, and raised there. I have attended all of the Lee County Schools, and my honest opinion, no matter how many times I complain, is that it's a great school system. There is a homey environment. Everyone knows everyone. Everyone watches out for their friends, and the other way around. The teachers teach you how to think, as well as the criteria. The administrators, and teachers care about your well being. There are fights, and there are unruly neighborhoods near bye, but overall Lee County is one heck of a school. For all of those people who are complaining about it, why don't you send your child to Sumter county for a year, and see how they like it. Rather than caring about social status, care about the quality of the education your child is getting. I am glad to be a Trojan!

- submitted by a student
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December 29, 2007
i love this school we've been here 12 years no problems what-so-ever

- submitted by a parent

October 04, 2007
i really hate this school.too much crime i will be moving my kids to another school system next year.i just want to ride myself of lee county.

- submitted by a parent

February 11, 2007
I think this school system is great! I attend school there as a freshman. While there are many things that I love about LCHS, there are also many things I would like to change. For example, the hallwyas are definetely over crowded, and because of the over-crowdedness, there is not enough time for each student to do what they need to do between classes (in five minutes). I agree with Mr. Bacon, his son and I were talking about why the Board won't expand the High School. Currently, there are many expansions happening in Leesburg. Both the primary school, and the Twin Oaks are getting expanded or remodeled, but the school that is in dire need of expansion, doesn't get it. There is also being a new school built. But, overall, Mr. Kevin Dowling does a great job controlling his school, and it is a wonderful institute! -LCHS Student :]

- submitted by a student

December 14, 2006
My girls are in 10th and 12th grade. They have been in the school system all there life. I think that it has been a great school system with some conflicts with handling things at the high school or helping single parents. When I call to talk with a teacher or advisor you can't never get in touch with them. And they never remember talking to you a couple of months in advance.

- submitted by a parent

December 01, 2005
I agree with the first reveiwer. The schools are overcrowded. There are too many displinary problems. And sports are considered too important. But, the school has excellent teachers and if you children are willing to learn there are plenty of things they can get out of this school.

- submitted by a student

November 21, 2005
Lee County High school provides a high quality education to those that wish to seek it. The administration and teachers are mostly of superb quality. The education obtained here is one of the best in the state and this region provides a progressive and safer education than the surrounding areas. One problem is the system is growing very rapidly so crowding is starting to occur. Also Lee County is VERY sports oriented to a fault. Other extra curricular activities sometimes seem neglected for the sake of sports. Also parents of Lee County are too free with their children and many lack consequences. This has sparked a rise in inappropriate behavior. All in all the school system does an excellent job with education in spite of lack of constant support by some of the county citizens.

- submitted by a student

March 26, 2004
We have lived in the Lee County area for 2 years now. Our son is a Freshman at Lee County High and for the most part, we are pleased with the school environment. Unfortunately, I don't believe the county supports the school system enough with tax revenue as it should. Lee County population continues to outgrow the school system and if the county doesn't proactively invest in an infrastructure for future growth, the quality of a school sytem of excellence will be greatly hampered.

- submitted by a parent
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Lee County High School
1 Trojan Way, Leesburg, GA  31763
(229) 903-2260
Last modified Lee County High School is a Public school that serves grades 10-12. It has received a GreatSchools rating of 7 out of 10 based on academic quality.
Lee County High School Rating: 4 out of 5 based on 18 reviews. Top