**The April 15, 2020 date for Meet the Cougars has been canceled. It is possible that this event will be rescheduled later in the spring. In the meantime, registered families can feel free to reach out to our coaches directly to get information.


Registered incoming freshmen and their parents have the opportunity to meet and talk with the coaches for each sport and learn about practices, summer conditioning, etc. as well as meet with our band/choir/drama director, service coordinator, and campus ministry/student activities director at Meet the Cougars Night. This is the event to meet our coaches in person before summer break. If you cannot make this event, please feel free to contact our coaches to find out what you need to know about summer practices, tryouts, etc. You can view the event agenda here.

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Friday, May 1 is our annual day of service, Work-a-thon. All parents, and Alumni are invited to join us from 7:30am until 1pm in working side by side with out staff and students.  This is a great way for adults in our community to model service to our students.  Contact Stacia DeVries to get involved with this awesome day!

Greater Lansing Area

Join us on Monday, May 4th for our 36th Annual Fr. Mac Scholarship Dinner at the Kellogg Hotel & Conference Center at MSU.  This fine dining experience benefits the Fr. Mac Tuition Assistance Fund distributing tuition grants to students in need attending Lansing Catholic High School.  Your participation is a gift of hope to students and their families who wish to experience daily the blessings of Catholic education and spiritual formation, which prepares a child for a future of professional success and service of others in a faith-filled life.

This year's event will feature Keynote Speaker, Jason Hanson, legendary Detroit Lions kicker.  Our 2020 Community Service Award recipient, Mary Lou Heberlein will also be honored.  

Sponsorship opportunities are available, click here.

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If you have any questions, please contact our Event Coordinator.

Kellogg Hotel & Conference Center, Michigan State University

Senior Appreciation Mass is our special, all-school farewell Mass for our Senior class.  Parents attending this event should gather in the auditorium with their student by 7:45 a.m.  Seniors and parents will process into the gym and be seated in chairs on the gym floor.  Seniors may dress up for this Mass keeping in mind school dress code about modesty and respect.  The brunch will take place immediately after Mass in the LCHS cafeteria.  Due to limited seating in the cafeteria, only Seniors and parents may attend the brunch.  Additional seating for brunch will be available in the library if necessary.  Siblings are not invited to attend the brunch and should expect to remain in class.  Seniors are dismissed from school immediately after the brunch.

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Baccalaureate Mass & Awards will begin at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, May 13, 2020 at St. Mary Cathedral.  Senior need to report to the Cathedral at 6:30 p.m. for their class picture wearing dressy attire (shirt and tie for young men and dresses or dress slacks for young ladies) and their graduation gown.  Caps and tassels are not required on this night.  Awards will being immediately following Mass with a reception in the parish hall ending the night.  

To order a copy of the class photo, please contact Okemos Studio.

St. Mary Cathedral

Graduation for the Class of 2020 will be held Sunday, May 17, 2020 at 2 p.m. in the LCHS Gymnasium.  Seniors need to report to the auditorium at 1:30 p.m. in dressy attire, cap, tassel, gown, and any awards that they received at Baccalaureate.  Seniors need to be on time.  

There is no limit to the number of guests that a senior may have at graduation.  Seating will be in the bleachers.  We will begin taking reservations for reserved seating for wheelchairs and elderly adults after May 4, 2020, please contact Cecilia Draminski at 517-267-2105, cecilia.draminski@lansingcatholic.org to make a request.

A note about graduation gowns:

Since we have custom rental graduation gowns, gowns will be collected after the graduation ceremony is concluded.  Seniors should report to the cafeteria after the ceremony to return the gown and receive their diploma insert. If you would like your child to participate in a Senior parish Mass that is scheduled after graduation you will need to check out the gown in the Main Office prior to when you will need the gown.  Failure to return the gown will result in a hold of the final transcript.  

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Incoming freshmen and their parents are welcome to join us in the LCHS cafeteria for this casual event on Wednesday, June 3 from 7pm to 8pm. Students can meet their new classmates, socialize, and enjoy a dish of ice cream. This is also an opportunity for parents to meet and connect with other parents in our LCHS community. Our Spirit Shop will also be open during this event in our cafeteria. (Students are welcome to wear their new class of t-shirt, but it is not required. Please have you student dress neat, clean and modest; we will take a class photo with those who attend.)  Parking is available in our main lot on Marshall Street and families will enter through our main lobby door 1. Parking is also available in our staff lot off Saginaw Street and families will enter door 18 right next to our cafeteria.

Lansing Catholic High School Cafeteria

We invite you to the 32nd Annual Cougar Classic Golf Outing at Forest Akers West.  Join us "fore" a casual and fun golf experience to support LCHS and its students.  The fun begins with a shotgun start at 10 am.  The entrance fee is $135 per golfer or a foursome at $540.  Proceeds from this event benefit the Lansing Catholic Annual Fund which offsets additional operating costs such as campus ministry, counseling, academic and technology expenses. 

Sponsorship opportunities are available, click here.

If you have questions, please contact our event coordinator.

Forest Akers West Golf Course, Michigan State University

Prospective families with children of all ages are invited to learn more about what LCHS has to offer.  Please note that there is a set schedule for this event.  Families are taken on a school tour led by a LCHS student, attend breakout sessions (on curriculum, tuition, college planning, and extracurricular and athletic activities), and attend a question and answer session with our administration, faculty and students to conclude this event.  Registration is not required, but is appreciated, please complete our inquiry form or contact Admissions Coordinator, Karen Gavin if you plan to attend.

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Lansing Catholic High School is hosting its annual Trick or Treating and Costume Concert on Thursday, October 29, 2020. Trick or Treating throughout the halls of LCHS, hosted by school clubs and sports teams is from 6:30-6:55 p.m. A free choir and band concert follows at 7:00 p.m. The Costume Concert includes performances by the LCHS Marching Band and Choir and Lansing Area Catholic Middle School Bands. Don’t forget to wear a costume!

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