Beginning Tuesday, January 23rd, Seminole County Public Schools will have the opportunity to take part in the development of a new method to showcase what makes each of our schools unique. SCPS has partnered with Datanautix, a local data analytics firm, to create a new, more transparent school report card that will feature a snapshot of parent, student and school staff perceptions as well as other critical data points.
Please click on the link below to access the survey. The survey will ask how likely you are recommend Lyman High School to others and will provide an opportunity for you to tell us about your experience.
All responses are collected anonymously and no personally identifiable information will be included as a part of the survey. The survey will be open from January 23rd to February 23rd.
Congratulations to our sports teams who have earned outstanding records and accomplishments this season as we “Start the Chase”!
Finished with a record of 19-8 an improvement from a 9-win season, two years ago!
Girls Slow Pitch Softball
Finished as the Seminole Athletic Conference CHAMPIONS!
Currently 5-5 with one remaining BOWL Game vs. West Orange! This was in improvement from last year’s 3-7 campaign!
Finished 3rd in District Competition and advanced to FHSAA Regional Championships!
Golfer Emma H. (Freshman) advanced to the FHSAA Regional Championships!
Finished as the District Runner Up, losing to Oviedo by only 7 pins. Advanced to FHSAA State Championships! At state, the team finished in 9th place out of 248 teams and Christian McKenzie finished 5th overall!
Boys Cross Country earned a 3rd Place Finish at the Seminole Athletic Conference Championships with lead runner, Bryce B. finishing in 1st place with the only Sub 16-minute run of all runners across the State of Florida! Boys finished as the Regional Runner Up and will compete Saturday for the State Championship!
The swim team has grown from 12 swimmers 2 years ago to almost 50 swimmers this year. Men’s swimming finished 4th in the Seminole Athletic Conference (SAC) and Women’s swimming finished 6th in the Conference. Congratulations to Aiden Snively who will be competing this weekend at the State Championships.