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LHS at sunset

Lehman High School is located in Kyle, Texas. The school opened its doors in August 2004 to about 900 students who ranged from eighth to tenth grade. The high school was named after the family of Ted Lehman, a former Hays CISD School Board President, who donated the parcel of land where the school is located. Part of Mr. Lehman’s legacy, that also included his work on three area school boards within Hays County, was part of his rich farmland that is now the site of Lehman High School. “He has always been interested in schools and children,” said his wife, Hazel. “He has dedicated his whole life to schools and farming.”

Elsa Hinojosa was the first principal at Lehman High School. She believed the quote by James Comer that, “No significant learning occurs without a significant relationship.” She wanted students to “leave this school full of hope and with the right tools and resources needed to succeed.” 

All around Lehman High School are symbols that are rich in meaning and tradition. The windows in the library resemble arrows pointing up to serve as a constant and positive reminder to students. The huge star above Main Street serves as a reminder for students to aim for the stars. The totems also located on Main Street represent integrity, wisdom, and pride.

School colors are Royal Blue and Silver, and the Lehman mascot is the Lobo. Our Lobo’s name is Louie. The Alma Mater was written by HaysCISD teacher, Dawn Taylor. The school’s motto is:  Achieving Excellence as One with Integrity, Wisdom, and Pride

Students are also encouraged to remember the Lehman Way- Respect People and Property

 


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LHS during construction

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Lobo Star

Lobo Gym
Lobo Gym

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LHS Main hall