School Safety Checks
As part of ongoing and routine efforts to increase campus safety, Lynnville-Sully CSD participates in random safety checks as led by school resource officer: Dept. Corey Van Kooten.
These efforts are part of a "see something, say something" campaign that encourages students, staff, parents and other stakeholders to speak up if they see something that seems strange or out of the ordinary.
At the most recent safety test, multiple staff members used the proper channels to communicate a potential concern and were rewarded with a gift certificate from Dept. Van Kooten. Bottom line: Hawks look out for each other!
Lynnville-Sully High School receives national recognition
Lynnville-Sully HS has again received national recognition by US News and World Report. Schools are ranked on their performance on state-required tests, graduation and how well they prepare students for college.Read more about this honor by clicking here:
2021 Statewide Graduation Rates Announced
The Iowa Department of Public Education publishes an annual report which details gradation and dropout rates for all public schools in Iowa.
In the most recent report, Lynnville-Sully High School achieved a graduation rate of 100%. The state average is 90.2%.
Find more information about statewide graduation rates by visiting https://educateiowa.gov/graduation-rates-and-dropout-rates
ALumni Volleyball Tournament
State Academic Achievement Awards for Spring / Summer Sports
L-S Summer Camp INformation
Lynnville-Sully boasts 100% graduation Rate
According to the Iowa Department of Education, Lynnville-Sully High School recently obtained a 100% graduation rate for the four year co-hort of the class of 2020!