Blended Learning & Spring Break Feeding

All Huntsville City Schools remain closed through April 3rd.  Beginning Monday, April 6th, Huntsville City Schools will begin implementation of a Blended Learning Plan.  The Rock Worship Center & The Dream Center, in partnership with The Manna House, will be continuing curbside meal distribution during spring break.  We are grateful for the support of our community!  For more information about the blended learning plan, academic enrichment activities, and spring break feeding sites, please use the More Information button below to visit the Coronavirus & Crisis Contingency Plan page.

 

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School History

Lee was originally established as a junior high school during the second semester of the 1957–58 school year. In the 1963–64 school year, Lee became a full high school, due to the procedure of discontinuing the lower grades and adding higher ones. The class of 1964 became Lee’s first graduating class.  Lee was Huntsville's Fourth High School.  Huntsville, Butler and Councill High Schools were operating in 1964.  

In 1986, Huntsville City Schools created the Lee Creative & Performing Arts Magnet Program. This program draws Lee students as well as students from other schools in the city to Lee for study and opportunities in specific areas such as theater, art, dance, photography, and choir.

The current facility for Lee High School was begun in 2010 and has been occupied since the 2012-2013 school year. 

At LHS, we are a FamiLee and proud of our amazing students, parents, and teachers.

Please click here for the school history photo gallery!