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EOCT Testing
April 28th-May 2nd

Test Prep
Mission & Vision Statement

Lovejoy High School

The mission of Lovejoy High School is to produce academically competitive students on a global scale, so that they will become effective communicators, lifelong learners and productive citizens.

The vision of Lovejoy High School is to provide every student with a solid foundation of knowledge, wisdom and power to operate and compete in a multicultural society and global economy.

Clayton County Public Schools

Vision Statement

The vision of Clayton County Public Schools is to be a district of excellence preparing ALL students to live and compete successfully in a global society.

Mission Statement

The mission of Clayton County Public Schools is to be accountable to all stakeholders for providing a globally competitive education that empowers students to achieve academic and personal goals and to become college and career ready, productive, responsible citizens.

Info Center
School Improvement Plan
Administration & Counselors

Administrative Team
Dr. Keith Colbert, Principal
Rogena Ellison, Assistant Principal
Dr. Dwayne Lawyer, Assistant Principal
Arthur Carter, Assistant Principal
Arlando Dawson, Assistant Principal

Dr. Catherine Roberts 9th Grade
Stephanie Williams, Lead Counselor 10th Grade
Donna Baynes, 11th Grade
Talib Ennaemba, 12th Grade
Jacqueline Cook 9R/10R At-Risk Counselor
Ms. Lawrence Guidance Secretary

Coach E.Carson Athletic Director

PTSA Executive Board Members
Shayla Johnson - President
Renamae Pintard -Vice President
Juanita Carmichael -Treasurer
Mary Russell -Secretary
Connie Schley-Membership Chair

Contact Information:

LHS Safety Contacts
Dr. Keith Colbert

Deputy Jeff Laws
School Resource Officer

Mrs. Luvenia Jackson


Georgia Help Line
Annonymous and toll free
(to report weapons, violence,
gang activity)                                

Clayton County Gang Task       
Wildcat Bulletin

Resume Writing

Pam Ambles

Human Resources Officer, Clayton County Board of Commissioners

will present this workshop on

Thursday, April 24, 2014

6:00 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.

 Room 206



      Lovejoy High School students brought home several first place winning projects from the Clayton County Regional Science Fair. Some students worked as teams and some students had individual projects.  The students really showed off their research skills as they presented projects in an array of science areas. Their teachers are so excited and proud of them for expressing detailed knowledge of the research process.  Several students received second place and honorable mention.  Lovejoy High School will be sending six of the counties ten high school projects to State Science Fair in Athens, Georgia. Congratulations to the students for a job well done.

The students are pictured from left to right (standing): Makenna Jones,  Jayla Clay,, Chuks Odikpo, Tia Brown, Sharmaine Fisher, Christina Onunha, Kazendi Simon

(Sitting) left to right: Joshua Robinson, Emmanuel Ojo-Osagis,  Markeyah Green,  John Marvin,  Ilia King,  Joshua Ojo-Osagie

Not pictured: Dominick Harris


Thank You for Attending
Hispanic Parent Night!!!!!


Progress Reports will be delivered to students in 1 weeks!


EOCT Study Guides

GHST this week
School Testing Calendar Below:


Lovejoy High School
is an
Anti-Bullying Zone

For More Details and Resources Click Below:
This is a Bully Free Zone!!!!!!


LHS Uniform Dress Standards
2013-2014 School Year
Please make note of NEW restrictions.  All students are expected to follow the following Uniform Dress Standards:


Collared, polo-style or button-up shirts in White, Navy Blue, or Light Blue only.  No Stripes, No T-Shirts.

Navy Blue, Khaki, or Black bottoms.  No jeans, denim-like, or "stretch" bottoms.
FRIDAYS (Spirit Day):   School paraphernalia encouraged.  Relaxed dress code.  Jeans allowed on Fridays only.  This privilege is conditional, based on student behavior and adherence to uniform dress on all other days.
  • Shorts and skirts cannot be more than 3 inches above knee.
  • Skirts and dresses should not be form-fitting.
  • NO JEANS (Except on Spirit Day)