LOCS receives 2018-19 audit from Plante Moran

By Megan Kelley Review Writer Representatives from Plante Moran attended the Lake Orion Community School’s Board of Education meeting on Nov. 6 to present the board with their annual audit. Plante Moran partner Donna Hanson addressed the board beginning with an audit summary. “We have issued an unmodified opinion on the district’s financial statements,” Hanson […]

LOCS board discusses possible new course electives for LOHS

By Megan Kelley Review Writer During their Nov. 6 meeting, the LOCS school board heard from several Lake Orion High School teachers regarding new electives. On the list of new course requests is African American History, AP Environmental Science, Interior Design, Honors Architecture, Intro to Theatre and Mechanical CAD. LOHS teachers Michelle Cureton and Marie […]

DTE increases graduation fee, LOCS considers future options

Lake Orion Community School’s Superintendent Marion Ginopolis informed the school board of a DTE Energy Music Theatre fee increase at the Nov. 6 Board of Education meeting. According to Ginopolis, LOHS’s usual home for their graduation ceremony, DTE Energy Music Theatre, has increased the fee for all high school graduations. “It’s about a $10,000 more […]

LOCS snags first snow day of the new school year

Lake Orion Community Schools called their first snow day of the 2019-2020 school year on Tuesday. Last year the district called a whopping 11 snow days, two more than the allotted days forgiven by the State. On Monday, as snow fell at a rapid pace, LOCS announced that the high school and all three middle […]

LOHS Thespian Troupe 2898 to perform ‘Brighton Beach Memoirs’

The cast is rehearsing their lines, the stage sets are underway and the Lake Orion High School thespians are set to “break a leg” when they present Neil Simon’s “Brighton Beach Memoirs” next week. Performances are at 7 p.m. Nov. 21-23 and 2 p.m. Nov. 24. in the Lake Orion High School auditorium. Tickets are […]

Dragons’ football season ends with District Championship loss to Eagles

Dragons’ football season ends with District Championship loss to Eagles

By Joe St. Henry Review Sports Contributor Lake Orion’s second half comeback fell short and the Dragons fell to Utica Eisenhower, 27-20, in the MHSAA District Championship football game last Friday. After falling behind 27-10, Lake Orion quarterback Blaze Lauer connected with receiver Mitch Howell for a four-yard touchdown pass with :23 left in the […]

LOCS board votes to adopt International Academy resolution

By Megan Kelley Review Writer For some time now, Lake Orion Community Schools has had a portion of its students make the switch to attend International Academy (IA) instead of Lake Orion High School. International Academy is a school of choice option for students across Oakland County. In recent months, some controversy has arisen between […]

Lake Orion Community Schools are Positively Positive!

Lake Orion Community Schools are Positively Positive!

LOCS Superintendent Marion Ginopolis will regularly share thoughts and updates about district-related topics in The Review. Developing and sustaining positive relationships has become the norm in Lake Orion Community Schools through programs at several schools in the district. One of these programs is the Positivity Project (P2) that has taken hold and is having a […]

LOHS marching band takes second in state finals

LOHS marching band takes second in state finals

Lake Orion High School’s marching band headed to Ford Field to compete in the MCBA (Michigan Competing Band Association) Flight 1 state finals. Up against nine other schools, LOHS performed their show, ‘Serpentine.’ ‘Serpentine’ did the Dragons well, receiving a score of 92.55, falling only to Rockford High School, which scored a 94.325. This second […]

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